BURGLARS ON THE JOB STREETLIFE AND RESIDENTIAL BREAK-INS PDF

Through extensive and candid interviews, the authors of this ground-breaking work have studied burglars’ decision-making processes within the context of their . Burglars On The Job: Streetlife and Residential Break-ins eBook: Gilbert Geis, Scott H. Decker, Richard T. Wright: : Kindle Store. Burglars on the Job: Streetlife Culture and Residemtial Break-ins. Richard Wright, Scott H. Decker · Social Science Research, Institute for (ISSR). Research.

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Burglars on the Job: Streetlife Culture and Residemtial Break-ins

Wright and Scott H. Drawing on extensive interviews with active burglars in St. In this volume they present their findings in the areas of motivation, target selection, methods of entering and searching a residence, and methods of selling stolen goods, concluding with a discussion of the theoretical implications of their research.

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Feb 11, Angela rated it liked it. As a result, Wright and Decker were able to obtain more honest and forthright responses from the offenders, and they were able to study the burglars’ decision-making processes within the context of streetlife culture.

Chapter 2 Deciding to Commit a Burglary pp. Burglars on the Job concludes with an insightful discussion that considers the implications of the authors’ findings for theories on criminal decision-making, crime prevention policy, and field research. Burglars On The Job: Lists with This Book.

No trivia or quizzes yet. WrightScott H. Louis, Missouri, Burglars on the Job presents offenders’ perspectives on the process of burglarizing a residence.

Burglars On The Job: Streetlife and Residential Break-ins by Richard T. Wright

Open Preview See a Problem? One of the best written academic studies that I have seen.

As a result, Wright and Decker were able to obtain more honest and forthright responses from the offenders, and they were able to study the burglars’ decision-making processes within the context of streetlife culture. Chapter 5 Search and Departure Strategies pp. Aleesha rated it really liked it Aug 18, Account Options Sign in.

Other editions – View all Burglars on the Job: Decker, consider motivations for the decision to burglarize a dwelling, explore how and break–ins the burglar selects targets, examine how the offender executes the break-in, discuss strategies for searching a residence, and detail the ways in which the burglar disposes of stolen goods.

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Burglars on the Job: Paperbackpages. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Decker, consider motivations for the decision to burglarize a dwelling, explore Sampson Limited preview – This is a very interesting book about burglary.

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Jul 25, Donnie Edgemon rated it liked it. Their burglaries are conducted rssidential fulfill an immediate need for cash, usually to support a drug habit – The average burglar commits fewer than 10 burglaries per year. Other editions – View all Burglars on the Job: Amy rated it liked it Nov 12, Deciding to Commit a Burglary.

Chapter 4 Entering the Target pp. I’m not sure why I thought I would be interested in a study of burglary. The authors, Richard T. Decker, consider motivations for the decision to resodential a dwelling, explore how and why the burglar selects targets, examine how the offender executes the break-in, discuss strategies for searching a residence, and detail the ways in which the burglar disposes of stolen goods. Gareth Robinson rated it it was amazing Apr 23, Although primarily an academic study, “Burglars on the Job” is a fascinating bit of criminology from which we can all learn something.

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