Whose 'eyes on the street' control crime? : expanding place management into neighborhoods /
Jane Jacobs coined the phrase 'eyes on the street' to depict those who maintain order in cities. Most criminologists assume these eyes belong to residents. In this Element we show that most of the eyes she described belonged to shopkeepers and property owners. They, along with governments,...
Cambridge University Press,
|Series:||Cambridge elements. Elements in criminology,