ABSTRACT. Crime declines do not inevitably produce decreasing rates of imprisonment. Understanding the social roots and distribution of serious crime are important elements in understanding and controlling crime. (Zimring) Destruction of elements of the built environment is part of a wider formation of political violence. An assault on buildings can comprise a destruction of the plurality characteristic of urbanity. (Coward) pp. 355–360


Keywords: political violence, urbicide, crime, imprisonment, security 

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