Maxfield, Michael G. Clarke, eds. Understanding and preventing car theft.
Crime Prevention Studies Edited collection that provides excellent research that relates to car theft, rational choice, and situational crime prevention. Includes research from several countries. Walsh, Jeffrey. Motor vehicle theft in middle America, — Community social structure and ecological change over a decade.
Frankfurt: VDM Verlag. Constitutes the first book-length research devoted to auto theft. It uses longitudinal statistics to examine the relationship between motor vehicle theft rates and ecological change over a decade. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content on this page.
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Subscriber sign in. Our justice system, like our personal moral intuitions, combines a commitment to the absolute wrongness of certain actions — theft, murder, and rape, for example — with the recognition that different contexts make some such actions worse than others. And in fact, the law concerning shoplifting already distinguishes between more and less serious offences on consequential grounds.
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These judgments are currently based on the value of the items stolen. Moral values, on the other hand, can be debated endlessly. However, whereas moral values may be treated as absolute — for example, by claiming that stealing is always wrong — monetary values are always relative to overall resources. Moral absolutism is certainly compatible with an acknowledgement that monetary value depends on circumstance.
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Trends and Distribution A. Trends in the United States B.
Distribution within the United States C. Types of Auto Theft V. Victims and Victimization Risk A.