Rising Crime In Australia.

Sullivan Lucy

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Cover Type: Softcover
Book Condition: Fine
Jacket Condition: None Issued
Publisher: The Centre For Independant Stu
Publisher Place: Unknown
Publisher Year: 1997
Edition: First Edition

Description: 76 pages. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in Fine condition throughout. This Book Provides A Long-term Perspective On Crime. For Much Of The Twentieth Century Crime Rates Were In Decline Or Stable, But Have Risen Alarmingley Since The 1970s.Dr. Sullivan Uses Time Trends In Other Social Factors As A Source Of Possible Explanation. She Finds That Changes In Family Structure And Funtioning-divorce, Ex-nuptial Birth, Sole Parenting, And Women's Employment Trends-appear To Be Related Closely To Increasing Crime, Thus Suggesting Inadequate Socialisation Of Children As A Possible Cause.

ISBN: 0001581260

(130682)

76 pages. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in Fine condition throughout. This Book Provides A Long-term Perspective On Crime. For Much Of The Twentieth Century Crime Rates Were In Decline Or Stable, But Have Risen Alarmingley Since The 1970s.Dr. Sullivan Uses Time Trends In Other Social Factors As A Source Of Possible Explanation. She Finds That Changes In Family Structure And Funtioning-divorce, Ex-nuptial Birth, Sole Parenting, And Women's Employment Trends-appear To Be Related Closely To Increasing Crime, Thus Suggesting Inadequate Socialisation Of Children As A Possible Cause.

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