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Professor, alumnus find socioeconomic status, racism fundamental causes of street criminality - College of Liberal Arts and Sciences - University of Maine
Repost from UMaine News Socioeconomic status and racism are fundamental causes of violent and property crime, according to a University of Maine professor and an alumnus, who argue the factors must be considered in order to drastically reduce street criminality. Steven Barkan, a UMaine sociology professor, and alumnus Michael Rocque, now a sociology professor at …