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Principal Investigator(s): Lane, Jodi; Petersilia, Joan
Summary: This study was designed as an exploratory study to understand fear of gang crime among residents living in an urban area plagued by gangs. During the Summer of 1997, six focus groups were conducted in Santa Ana, California -- two in lower income neighborhoods, two in middle income neighborhoods, and two in upper income neighborhoods. After the focus groups ended, participants were asked to take disposable cameras with them and take pictures of examples of neighborhood factors that prompted them ... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR32161.v1
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