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Social crime prevention in late modern Europe: towards a comparative analysis

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Evelyne Baillergeau and Patrick Hebberecht recall the theories that are possibly involved in social crime prevention, and explore their connection to policies that have been designed under the banner of social crime prevention. Secondly, their intention is : to reconstruct the important changes in the development of social crime prevention; to analyse new forms of social crime prevention; to look at the countries that played a pioneering and innovative role in the elaboration of these new forms, taking into account their political context; and to search for the transfer of these new forms of social crime prevention to other countries in Europe. Finally, they try to make a prognosis about the future of social crime prevention during the coming decades of the 21st century and, more specifically, question the fate of the inclusive trend in crime prevention in the age of late modernity.
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social crime prevention, inclusive crime prevention, Crime theories, the future of social crime prevention, transfer of social crime preventioon policy

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Baillergeau, Evelyne, and Patrick Hebberecht. “Social Crime Prevention in Late Modern Europe: Towards a Comparative Analysis.” Social Crime Prevention in Late Modern Europe : A Comparative Perspective, edited by Patrick Hebberecht and Evelyne Baillergeau, VUBPRESS, 2012, pp. 21–36.
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Baillergeau, E., & Hebberecht, P. (2012). Social crime prevention in late modern Europe: towards a comparative analysis. In P. Hebberecht & E. Baillergeau (Eds.), Social crime prevention in late modern Europe : a comparative perspective (pp. 21–36). Brussels, Belgium: VUBPRESS.
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Baillergeau, Evelyne, and Patrick Hebberecht. 2012. “Social Crime Prevention in Late Modern Europe: Towards a Comparative Analysis.” In Social Crime Prevention in Late Modern Europe : A Comparative Perspective, edited by Patrick Hebberecht and Evelyne Baillergeau, 21–36. Brussels, Belgium: VUBPRESS.
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Baillergeau, Evelyne, and Patrick Hebberecht. 2012. “Social Crime Prevention in Late Modern Europe: Towards a Comparative Analysis.” In Social Crime Prevention in Late Modern Europe : A Comparative Perspective, ed by. Patrick Hebberecht and Evelyne Baillergeau, 21–36. Brussels, Belgium: VUBPRESS.
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Baillergeau E, Hebberecht P. Social crime prevention in late modern Europe: towards a comparative analysis. In: Hebberecht P, Baillergeau E, editors. Social crime prevention in late modern Europe : a comparative perspective. Brussels, Belgium: VUBPRESS; 2012. p. 21–36.
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E. Baillergeau and P. Hebberecht, “Social crime prevention in late modern Europe: towards a comparative analysis,” in Social crime prevention in late modern Europe : a comparative perspective, P. Hebberecht and E. Baillergeau, Eds. Brussels, Belgium: VUBPRESS, 2012, pp. 21–36.
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