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ERIC Number: EJ464592
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1992
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ISSN: ISSN-0036-0112
Crime in Nonmetropolitan America: A National Accounting of Trends, Incidence Rates, and Idiosyncratic Vulnerabilities.
Bachman, Ronet
Rural Sociology, v57 n4 p546-60 Win 1992
Analysis of national crime data, 1973-90, indicates that central-city residents have the highest crime risk, although rural residents are more likely to be victimized by acquaintances or relatives. Other factors associated with differential vulnerabilities are age, educational attainment, income, marital status, gender, and race. (TES)
Publication Type: Reports - Research; Journal Articles
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Language: English
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