36 propositions for a home by Peripheriques

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2014) Crime on Public Transport. In Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. London: Springer, 709–720. Pain, R. (2009) Critical Geopolitics and Everyday Fears. In Lee, M. and S. Farrall (eds), Fear of Crime: Critical Voices in an Age of Anxiety. New York: Routledge-Cavendish, 45–58. , Berube, A. and Deakin, E. (2006) Socioeconomic Differences in Household Automobile Ownership Rates: Implications for Evacuation Policy. Earlier Faculty Research series, A, 197–221: University of California Transportation Center.

2 An example of a public transportation system: Stockholm metro system Reproduced with permission of SLL (Stockholms läns landsting) includes modes of transport provided for a larger number of travellers and available for all public use, and is often publicly funded. Systems may also include mobility service, as specific transport services designed for disabled persons can be categorized as public transport, and are often provided as a public paid service and connected to certain timetables and routes.

This chapter includes a description of the conceptual framework which has been used to structure the volume, and some key definitions used in the volume. Chapter 2 then considers the extant and salient theoretical perspectives on safety and security in transit environments within the context of the conceptual framework developed in this chapter. This includes reference to past and current studies on safety in transit environments which illustrate the state of the art in the area. Part II focuses on crime and perceived fear at the micro-level landscape (for example, bus stops, and platforms at a subway station).

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