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|Longitudinal Study:||HILDA||Title:||Tough on crime: The rhetoric and reality of property crime and feeling safe in Australia||Authors:||Baker, D||Institution:||The Australia Institute||Publication Date:||2-Aug-2013||Publisher:||The Australia Institute||Pages:||31||Keywords:||crimemedia
|Abstract:||There is a reality gap between declining crime rates and the popular rhetoric of ‘tough on crime’ media stories and political policies. As the property crime rate has fallen, there has been a corresponding increase in reported feelings of safety. Perceptions of social disorder had the greatest overall influence on people's reported feelings of safety, followed by reported levels of nervousness.||URL:||https://australiainstitute.org.au/report/tough-on-crime/||ISBN:||ISSN 1836-9014||Keywords:||Stress -- Life events; Life Events -- Crime; Beliefs and Values||Research collection:||Reports and technical papers|
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