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The Mythical Connection Between Immigrants and Crime

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My point is to say how can we not notice the environment that folks are born into, especially when folks who don’t have any of these predictors almost never become gang members. Remember, I am not excusing being a gang member, but just asking folks to consider what a child could become if you removed (unless we find a way for newborns to buy a house, get his/her parents back together, eliminate access to drugs in the neighborhood, get other kids to stop doing crime, etc.) some of these poverty related predictors from the equation. Thanks and happy reading!

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I am participating in a study of the connection of crime and poverty at my school. CCNTH or Central Coast New Tech High. I read your report and would like to ask you a question. What types of crime is related more to poverty? Like mugging, drug dealing, or other? Pleas reply back to me through Email or other. Thank you
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But most importantly, what reveals the unmistakable connection between poverty and crime is that they’re both geographically concentrated – in a strikingly consistent way. In other words, where you find poverty (minority neighborhoods) is also exactly where you find crime. Of course this doesn’t include “softer” crimes such as corruption which causes massive damage to people’s lives but in a more indirect type of violence.

Starting from the 1970s, studies in the US pointed more and more at the link between unemployment, poverty and crime. After that other connections with income level, time spent at school, quality of neighborhood and education were revealed as well. Fresh research from the UK even indicates that economic cycles may affect variations in property and violent crimes.

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Tonry, Michael, and James Q. Wilson, eds. 1990. Drugs and crime. Vol. 13 of Crime and justice: A review of research. Edited by Michael Tonry. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press.

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A comprehensive review of concepts, theories, and research on the drugs-crime relationship. Suggests avenues for future work based on the limitations of and gaps in previous research. This work is especially useful for persons interested in the economics of drugs and drug control. Available .

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National Institute of Justice. 2003. Toward a drugs and crime research agenda for the 21st century. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice.

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Provides a general overview of illicit drugs and drug use. One section, however, consists of a series of papers on the drugs-crime relationship. Included are discussions of the “date-rape drug” and Paul J. Goldstein’s classic article () on the drug-violence connection.

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Provides the conceptual foundation for much of the post-1985 work on the drugs-violence relationship. This is a necessary read for all persons interested in the link between drugs and crime, especially violent crime.