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Lifestyles: Staying single and Public places at late night, association with
young men, urban residence, Homeless population (mental
hospitalization, depression, physical harm )---
)---UCR,
UCR, NCVS

Equivalent Group Hypothesis (Same age, same criminal Group, Victim-


Victim-
association), ex; Juvenile Delinquency, Gang or Mafia
offender association),
Proximity Hypothesis: ƌ Wrong places in the wrong timeƍ; close proximity
to crime zone; Where one lives than how one lives

Deviant Place hypothesis (Natural areas for crime):


crime):
(Rodney Stark)
1. poor areas, densely populated, highly transient neighborhood (Rodney

(Wiliam Julias Wilson)


2. Racial and social composition of an areas (Wiliam Wilson)

3. Victim lifestyle and place of domicile interact (Rountree,


(Rountree, Land & Tarence Miethe)
Miethe)
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R    Motivated Offenders, Lack of Capable
Guardians, Suitable Targets




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