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Helmut Hirtenlehner, Monatsschrift fur Kriminologie und Strafrechtsreform (0026-9301), 93 (5) The authors succeed where European criminology seldom does, a meeting and fusion of elaborate theoretical views and extremely valuable empirical methodology. Therefore this work has to be viewed as exemplary.
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Dr. Stephen Farrall is a Senior Research Fellow in the Institute of Law, Politics & Justice, Keele University. He previously worked at Center for Criminological Research, University of Oxford and the Department of Law, University of Sheffield. Stephen has several years experience of quantitative data analysis, and is the author or co-author of over 50 books, articles and reports. Dr. Jonathan Jackson is Lecturer in Research Methodology at the Methodology Institute, London School of Economics (LSE). A psychologist by training, his research centers on public attitudes towards crime, policing and punishment. He completed his Doctorate on the fear of crime at the LSE and is the author or co-author of many articles and book chapters. Emily Gray is a Research Fellow in the Institute of Law, Politics & Justice, Keele University. She previously worked at Center for Criminological Research, Universities of Oxford and Edinburgh, and has co-authored a book on Serious Offenders.
PART I; 1. Introduction; 2. The Provenance of Fear; 3. What is the Fear of Crime? A Rhetorical Question with No One Clear Answer; 4. Theorising the Fear of Crime: The Cultural and Social Significance of Insecurity; PART II; 5. Conversations about Crime, Place and Community; 6. Types and Intensities of Fear; 7. Experience and Expression in the Fear of Crime; PART III; 8. The Anxieties of Affluence; METHODOLOGICAL APPENDIX