criminogenic

(redirected from crimogenic)

crim·i·no·gen·ic

 (krĭm′ə-nə-jĕn′ĭk) also crim·o·gen·ic (krī′mə-)
adj.
Producing or tending to produce crime or criminality: "Alcohol is the most criminogenic substance in America" (James B. Jacobs).

criminogenic

(ˌkrɪmɪnəˈdʒɛnɪk)
adj
causing or promoting crime
Translations
kriminogen
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Rather, the purpose should be to address the socioeconomic and crimogenic conditions of the district that likely result from societal racial discrimination regardless of what race might be benefited by the state's investment.
That America is regarded as a crimogenic society (the social structure inevitably produces criminality, see King, 2007; Wilson, 1990, 1992) is a position sustained by the existence of nihilated African identities disorder (as articulated here) and idiomatic purposelessness.
The Deviant Tourist and the Crimogenic Place-The Case of the Tourist and the New Zealand Prostitute.
The explicit reasons for such exclusions relate to identifying and reducing the risks associated with lower spending, lower status, and supposedly more crimogenic socio-economic groups.
lack the freedom that adults have to extricate themselves from a crimogenic setting")).
responsibility for crimogenic conditions and the imposition of
The concern here is not so much a "hollowing out of the state" but rather a diminution in the ability of local communities to govern themselves and (in terms of the concerns that animate this paper) specifically to govern the crimogenic features of globalisation, for example that of criminal despoliation of the environment (Block, 1993; Pearce and Tombs, 1993; Brack and Hayman, 2002).