Principal Investigator(s): Loftin, Colin
Summary: Crime and other matters of criminal justice were the main focus of inquiry for this Detroit Area Study. Respondents were asked to report on incidents of crime against themselves, relatives, and friends. They also were queried about their fears of being victimized by crime and about measures they had undertaken to protect themselves against crime. In addition, the survey elicited views on wide range of criminal justice issues such as the death penalty, the causes of crime and ways to reduce it, t... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR09301.v1
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