The relational causes of crime by Jubilee Policy Group

By JubileeCentre 28 Jun 1993

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This paper considers the relevance of Relational thinking to an understanding of the causes of crime. Relationships are regarded as a distinct category of social analysis and the natural forum within which societies and individuals strike the balance between choice and obligation. Relational proximity, it is argued, is essential to the good self order of society...S

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