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EXPLAINING FEAR OF CRIME
FEAR OF CRIME AND PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS
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actual risk analysis anxiety about personal anxiety about street anxiety for personal anxious Area crime rate avoided believe Beta Unstan borstal bothered by strangers British Crime Survey burglary and mugging burgled Chapter Claire Austin common contact with crime David Moxon DEPENDENT VARIABLE differences elderly Estimated personal risk EXPLAINING FEAR fear of crime feel unsafe felt very unsafe gender Home Office Hough and Mayhew housing conditions impact Inner city residence inner-city residents Martin Davies Maxfield RESEARCH Mike Hough mobility neighbourhood and personal neighbourhood crime neighbourhood streets older persons perceptions personal crime personal risk assessment personal safety police predictor probation question regression respondents were asked risk of crime risk of victimisation risks of burglary sexual assault Source 1984 BCS street safety Table teenagers Unit Papers Unweighted degrees vandalism victim of crime violent crime weighted data women and older worry about burglary worry about mugging worry about rape worry about victimisation