Space, Place & Crime

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  • Grade Level: Senior High (10-12)-Adult
  • Subjects: Social Studies
  • Produced By: ShortCutsTV
  • Year: 2018
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Language: English
  • Running Time: 7m
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Spatial criminology asks whether it's possible to reduce crime by changing social spaces. This film begins with Zimbardo's influential abandoned cars experiment and the development of Wilson and Kelling's broken windows theory. It looks at the impact of broken windows policy on crime in New York in the 1990s and concludes by looking at recent experiments in the Netherlands by Keizer that demonstrate the effect of environmental change on crime.

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