Residential territories: cues to burglary vulnerability

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Social & Behavioral Science
Department Family & Consumer Studies
Creator Brown, Barbara B.
Title Residential territories: cues to burglary vulnerability
Date 1985
Description Newman's work on defensible space and Altman's work on territoriality were used to formulate a hypothesis that certain design elements enhance or reflect residential territoriality and thereby influence burglars' target selections. Specifically, evidence on the links from real and symbolic barriers, traces, and detectability features to burglary vulnerability and residential territoriality are reviewed.
Type Text
Publisher Locke Science Publishing Co., Inc.
Volume 2
Issue 4
First Page 231
Last Page 243
Subject Burglary; Residences; Territoriality; Homes
Subject LCSH Burglars; Dwellings
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Brown, B. B. (1985). Residential territories: cues to burglary vulnerability. Journal of Architectural Planning and Research, 2(4), 231-43.
Rights Management These publications are reproduced with the permission of the Journal of Architectural and Planning Research and Locke Science Publishing, Inc., in Chicago, IL. They are the copyright holders.
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Date Modified 2021-05-06
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