Young women, community safety and informal cultures

Lynda Measor

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Abstract

This chapter explores the implications that community safety policies have for young women. It does not aim to offer a broad analysis of all the gender implications of the shift to community safety approaches. It is based on one research study of young women who live in a particularly deprived area, where they perceive the risks to their safety and their well-being to be high. It focuses on data that indicate the strategies adopted by some of them.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCommunity safety: critical perspectives on policy and practice
EditorsPeter Squires
Place of PublicationBristol
PublisherThe Policy Press
Pages181
ISBN (Print)9781861347305 ; 1861347294
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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    Measor, L. (2006). Young women, community safety and informal cultures. In P. Squires (Ed.), Community safety: critical perspectives on policy and practice (pp. 181). The Policy Press.