รหัสดีโอไอ 10.14456/ssa.2016.20
Creator Chavanut Janekarn
Title The Impacts of Demographic Changes on Crime: The Experience of Crime in Developing Countries and What Happened to Thailand
Publisher National Research Council of Thailand
Publication Year 2016
Journal Title Social Science Asia
Journal Vol. 2
Journal No. 3
Page no. 53-72
ISSN 2229-2608
Abstract Crime in England and Wales has changed remarkably since 1954. The normal crime rate steadily rose to peak in 1992. Dramatically, the unprecedented crime rate sharply declined in the 1990s and has become relatively stabilized since then. Similar to the United States and many other European countries, the number of crimes increased and fell in that same period of time. The similarities in the crime trends have raised the question of why countries that treat crime differently have similar tendencies in crime. One of the most accepted hypotheses is that the similarities of crime are due to a similarity in demographic change. The postWorld War II baby boom caused a considerable change in the number of adolescents who are the most at risk for committing crimes and violence. This paper will try to discuss the association between demography and crime in Thailand. The findings from the data analysis will show the impacts of demographic changes on crime. As parts of an accepted way of understanding crime in developed countries, demographic analysis will illustrate some interesting significances that would be helpful for the criminal justice development of Thailand.
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Chavanut Janekarn, (2016) The Impacts of Demographic Changes on Crime: The Experience of Crime in Developing Countries and What Happened to Thailand. Social Science Asia,2,53-72.
Chavanut Janekarn, "The Impacts of Demographic Changes on Crime: The Experience of Crime in Developing Countries and What Happened to Thailand". Social Science Asia 2 (2016):53-72.
Chavanut Janekarn, The Impacts of Demographic Changes on Crime: The Experience of Crime in Developing Countries and What Happened to Thailand. National Research Council of Thailand:ม.ป.ท. 2016.