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A quantitative and qualitative analysis of the relationship between community cohesiveness and rural crime

Abstract

The possible associations between the economic and social characteristics of rural communities in New South Wales are examined. The project seeks to assess how important demographic characteristics and community structural characteristics are in the causation of crime. The reports of this project are entitled "A qualitative and quantitative analysis of the relationship between community cohesiveness and rural crime : part 1" and "A qualitative and quantitative analysis of the relationship between community cohesiveness and rural crime : part 2" and were written by Patrick Jobes, Joseph Donnermeyer and Elaine Barclay, with Herb Weinand assisting with Part 1.

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