Looking out my back door: The neighborhood context and perceptions of relative deprivation

Canache, Damarys
September 1996
Political Research Quarterly;Sep96, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p547
Academic Journal
Examines individuals' socioeconomic positions within the context of their neighborhood in their support for violence. Relative deprivation effects on people's disposition for violence; Socioeconomic inequalities in Honduras as subject for the study; Moderation of perceptions of deprivation according to the level of socioeconomic heterogeneity within a neighborhood.


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