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Does Urban Crime Increase When or Where Racial Residential Segregation Exist?
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Name: Instructor’s Name: Course: Date of Submission: Does Urban Crime Increase When or Where Racial Residential Segregation Exist? Abstract Recent assessments into the aspects related to urban crime in America have uncovered that while; crime rates and crime victimization have been decreasing for most racial groups within the U.S the same observation is not discernible for African American communities across the nation.
Racial residential segregation has been a cause of grave concern for policymakers and researchers alike, primarily because of its association with racial inequality and disparity. After undertaking a comparative analysis and assessment of data from 1980, 1990 and 2000, the research paper validates the findings of prior literature by stating that there exists a strong correlation between racial residential segregation and urban crime, additionally, the paper also assesses trends in racial residential segregation and crime for the period of 1980 to 2000. Types of crime such as homicide, assault, theft and robbery are also assessed with regards to their relation with racial segregation. In conclusion the literature cited in the paper is evaluated and the causes behind the positive correlation between racial segregation and urban crime such as poverty, unemployment, illiteracy, the role of dominant subcultures and unavailability of welfare services to black communities and neighborhoods are also discussed. 1. ...
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