Responsibilisation Revisited: From Concept to Attribution in Crime Control
To date, most discussions of responsibilisation have been conceptual - suggesting what the term may mean, and what its impact may be. This study explores factors that influence people to accept more responsibility for protecting themselves against the risk of crime victimisation. Using data from a random postal survey in an Australian jurisdiction, we explain variation in citizens responsibilisation for crime control. We find that people's views of police, particularly expectations of police...[Show more]
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