Browsing Masters Degrees (Criminology and Forensic Studies) by Subject "Socio-economic inequalities."
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An exploration of communal responses to burglary at residential premises in the Cato Crest informal settlement of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal province. (2019)Violence and crime in countries such as South Africa are shaped by deep socio-economic inequalities; however, the spatial designs of urban areas and housing also play a role, but often in differing ways. There is little ...