Anti social behaviour, community and radical moral communitarianism

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Hopkins-Burke, Roger and Hodgson, Philip 2015. Anti social behaviour, community and radical moral communitarianism. Cogent Social Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1080/23311886.2015.1033369
AuthorsHopkins-Burke, Roger and Hodgson, Philip
Abstract

This article offers an insight into the lives of individuals who are repeat
victims of antisocial behaviour (ASB). Drawing on data derived from 15 case studies, the authors demonstrate the plight that such victims endure on a daily basis. The research reveals that a number of victims feel abandoned by their communities and the authorities and, how for many, there is an overwhelming sense of being “trapped” within their own homes. The article also offers evidence to support previous claims that police crime data only captures a small proportion of the actual number of incidents of ASB that occur. We conclude by proposing an emphasis on individual and community responsibility and suggest that by adopting a radical moral communitarian approach ASB could be reduced as part of rebuilding communities.

KeywordsASB; Victimisation; Police recording of Data; Radical moral communitarianism
Year2015
JournalCogent Social Sciences
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1080/23311886.2015.1033369
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/612755
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Publication dates13 Apr 2015
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