Chamlin, Mitchell B., and John K. Cochran: Social Altruism and Crime

Mitchell B. Chamlin and John K. Cochran's (1997) social altruism theory departs from traditional macro-social theories in its explanation of crime rates in aggregates (e.g., communities, cities, states) in two ways. First, while most macro-social theories of crime focus on the ...

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