Çalışmada, rutin aktivite, suç örüntüsü ve sosyal düzensizlik teorilerinin birleşiminden oluşan bir modele dayanılarak liselerin, içkili yerlerin ve kahvehanelerin sokak blokları üzerinde oluşan suça etkisi incelenmektedir. Bursa Emniyet Müdürlüğü ve Türkiye İstatistik Kurumu’ndan elde edilen veriler hiyerarşik lineer modelleme tekniği kullanılarak regresyon analizine tabi tutulmuştur. Çalışma sonuçları, muhtemel üçüncü değişkenlerin etkileri de kontrol edildiği halde, üzerinde lise, içkili yer ve kahvehane bulunan sokak bloklarında daha fazla suç oluştuğunu göstermektedir. Ayrıca, sosyal düzensizlik teorisiyle ilişkili değişkenlerin birbirleriyle olan beklenmedik ilişkileri sosyal düzensizlik teorisinin Türkiye ortamı için yeniden üretilmesi gerektiğine işaret etmektedir
In this study, the effects of high schools, on-premise alcohol outlets, and coffee-houses are examined based on an integration of crime opportunity and social disorganization theories. Data coming from Bursa Police Department and Turkish Statistics Institute are analyzed using hierarchical linear modeling techniques. The results of the study show that controlling for possible third variables, street blocks with high schools, on-premise alcohol outlets, and coffeehouses host more crime than other street blocks. Moreover, the unexpected interrelationships among social disorganization variables imply that social disorganization theory should be re-theorized for Turkey
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