AffiliationUniversity College London
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AbstractThe chapter describes the current movement towards the integration of a wider range of science disciplines in the understanding and prevention of crime. Circumstances have led to that integration being furthest advanced in collaborative research of crime scientists with mathematicians and geographers, among others. The sub-discipline of positive psychology, with its theoretical underpinnings in evolutionary theory, is identified as a promising partner in the burgeoning of crime science.
CitationPease, K. (2014) 'Preventing Crime and Evoking Altruism' in Caneppele, Stefano, Calderoni, Francesco (Eds.) 'Organized Crime, Corruption and Crime Prevention', London: Springer pp. 43-50.
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