Research 9

  1. Analytic comparative Research
    Research that seeks to understand how national systems work and the factors related to their operations
  2. Comparative Research
    Research comparing data from more than one period and/or more than one nation
  3. Crime mapping
    Geographical mapping strategies used to visualize a number of things including location, distance,and patterns of crime
  4. Descriptive Comparative Research
    Research that seeks to understand the structure, nature, or scope of a nations or nations criminal justice systems or rates of crime
  5. Geographic Information System (GIS)
    software tool that has made crime mapping increasingly available to researchers since the 1990s
  6. Risk Terrain Modeling (RTM)
    uses data from several sources to predict the probability of crime occurring in the future using the underlying factors of the environment that are associated with illegal behavior
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Research 9
Vic research 9