Social capital economic development and homicide a cross-national investigation

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Dec 10, 2009  Frederic Lemieux, Economic Recession and Homicide Rates in Globalized Cities: A CrossSectional Analysis, Economic Development, Crime, and Policing, 10. 1201b, (316), (2014). Crossref Laura E. Agnich and Yasuo Miyazaki, A CrossNational Analysis of Principals Reports of School Violence, International Criminal Justice Review, 23Social Capital, Economic Development, and Homicide: A CrossNational Investigation Article (PDF Available) in Social Indicators Research 105(3): February 2012 with 119 Reads social capital economic development and homicide a cross-national investigation

Soc Indic Res DOI Social Capital, Economic Development, and Homicide: A CrossNational Investigation Blaine Robbins David Pettinicchio Accepted: 9 January 2011 Springer ScienceBusiness Media B. V. 2011 Abstract This article draws from an ongoing debate over explanations of homicide.

Within this debate, we investigate the prosocial effects of civil society and social capital. Few crossnational studies explore whether elements of social capital either increase or decrease homicide. The crossnational work that does is often characterized by small, homogeneous samples and the use of inappropriate statistical techniques. Jan 19, 2011 Within this debate, we investigate the prosocial effects of civil society and social capital. Few crossnational studies explore whether elements of social capital either increase or decrease homicide. The crossnational work that does is often characterized by small, homogeneous samples and the use of inappropriate statistical techniques.social capital economic development and homicide a cross-national investigation This article draws from an ongoing debate over explanations of homicide. Within this debate, we investigate the prosocial effects of civil society and social capital. Few crossnational studies explore whether elements of social capital either increase or decrease homicide. The crossnational work