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Full-text access may be available if you are affiliated with a participating library or publisher. Check access options or login if you have an account. Show full citation Urbanization, Crime, and Collective Violence in 19th-Century France Abdul Qaiyum Lodhi and Charles Tilly The American Journal of Sociology Vol. 79, No.
2 (Sep. , 1973), pp. 296-318 (article consists of 23 pages) Published by: The University of Chicago Press Stable URL: http://www. jstor. org/stable/2776460 Urbanization, Crime, and Collective Violence in 19th-Century France The American Journal of Sociology © 1973 The University of Chicago Press AbstractThis investigation treates the plausibility of “structural” and “tension” analyses of the relationships among crimes against persons, crimes against property, collective violence, urban population, and urban growth.
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