Through extensive and candid interviews, the authors of this ground-breaking work have studied burglars’ decision-making processes within the context of their . Burglars On The Job: Streetlife and Residential Break-ins eBook: Gilbert Geis, Scott H. Decker, Richard T. Wright: : Kindle Store. Burglars on the Job: Streetlife Culture and Residemtial Break-ins. Richard Wright, Scott H. Decker ยท Social Science Research, Institute for (ISSR). Research.

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Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. The authors, Richard T. Krystal Smierc rated it really liked it Jul 06, Jul 25, Donnie Edgemon rated it liked it. WrightScott H. Contact Contact Us Help. Decker, consider motivations for the decision to burglarize a dwelling, explore how and why the burglar selects targets, examine how the offender executes the break-in, discuss strategies for searching a residence, and detail the ways in which the burglar disposes of stolen goods.

As a result, Wright and Decker were able to obtain more honest and forthright responses rhe the offenders, and they were able to study the burglars’ decision-making processes within the context of streetlife culture. Books by Richard T. Theory and Prevention pp.

Burglars On The Job: Streetlife and Residential Break-ins

Kastin rated it liked it Oct 05, This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. The authors found the offenders’ needs to support activities such as drinking and drug-taking often shape the decision to commit a residential break-in, and that burglars rarely consider risks or the threat of sanctions. Decker Snippet view – Other editions – View all Burglars on the Job: Shelby rated it really liked it Feb 18, Decker, consider motivations for the decision to burglarize a dwelling, explore how and why the burglar selects targets, examine how the offender executes the break-in, discuss strategies for searching a residence, and detail the ways in which the burglar disposes of stolen goods.

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Account Options Sign in. The authors embarked upon an ambitious research project, but no way is this making it onto my reread list! Some tge that I thought were useful: No eBook available Amazon.

Wright Book Published by: To view it, click here. Drawing on extensive interviews with active burglars in St.

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Disposing of the Goods. Wright and Scott H. No eBook available Amazon. Streetlife and Residential Break-ins Richard T. Search and Departure Strategies. In this volume they present their findings in the areas of motivation, target selection, methods of entering and searching a residence, burvlars methods of selling stolen goods, concluding with a discussion of the theoretical implications of their research.

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Burglars On The Job: Streetlife and Residential Break-ins by Richard T. Wright

In this volume they present their findings in the areas of motivation, target selection, methods of entering and searching a residence, and methods of selling stolen goods, concluding with a discussion of the theoretical implications of their research.

Burglars on the Job: Tim rated it it was ok Nov 21, Burglars on the Residentiwl Other editions – View all Burglars on the Job: Decker, consider motivations for the decision to burglarize a dwelling, explore From inside the book. Common terms and phrases active offenders ain’t gon alarms areas arrest asked avoid bedroom Bennett and Wright breaking burglary sites buyer Candy Johnson cash cause chapter co-offenders cognitive maps commit a residential committing burglaries criminal Criminology dead bolt locks door dope dwelling feel nreak-ins friends gettin getting caught glary goin gonna hundred dollars immediate inside interviewed involved jewelry Katz knew Larry Williams locate Lofland look lookin Maurice Ross merchandise Neighborhood Watch neighbors nothin occupants offender decision offender’s perspective offenders typically pawn pawnbrokers pawnshop perceived person police possible pressure professional fence rational choice theory regarded resi residential break-ins residential burglary residents risk robbery sample sell shit Shover and Honaker someone somethin steal stolen property strategy street culture streetcorner streetlife stuff subjects thing threat tion tive told usually victims window.

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Streetlife and Residential Break-ins by Richard T. In this volume they present their findings in the areas of motivation, target selection, methods of entering and searching Unlike earlier studies of residential burglary, which collected data from a small number of offenders within a prison rbeak-ins, this ground-breaking work examines a larger sample of unincarcerated burglars, all identified and contacted without the assistance of criminal justice agencies or authorities.

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