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|Title:||Experience and Expression in the Fear of Crime, 2003-2004|
|Depositor:||Farrall, S., University of Sheffield. School of Law|
Farrall, S., University of Sheffield. School of Law
Jackson, J., London School of Economics and Political Science. Methodology Institute
Economic and Social Research Council
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Abstract copyright UK Data Service and data collection copyright owner.The Experience and Expression in the Fear of Crime, 2003-2004 dataset comprises a secondary data analysis of the main British Crime Survey, 2003-2004 (BCS) (held at the UK Data Archive under SN 5324), and also includes some data taken from a previous survey undertaken by Dr. Jackson. With regard to the BCS data, a particular set of questions on the frequency of the fear of crime was analysed; no new variables were produced as a result, but some new codings of the existing BCS variables are included in this dataset. See documentation for further details. (Note that the main British Crime Survey has now become the Crime Survey for England and Wales, but titles of older studies in the series remain the same.)
Further information about the project may be found on the Experience and Expression in the Fear of Crime ESRC award web page.
An earlier dataset covering similar topics, Measuring the Fear of Crime with Greater Accuracy, 2002, is also held at the UKDA under SN 4665.
Topics covered include fear of crime, perceived effectiveness of the criminal justice system (CJS), perceptions of the police, victimisation and experience of crime and violence, demographic and household characteristics, local area characteristics, and perceptions of anti-social behaviour in the local area.
|Dates of fieldwork:||BCS data were collected between April 2003-March 2004|
|Country:||England and Wales|
Government Office Regions
Standard Statistical Regions
|Kind of data:||
Individual (micro) level
Respondents to the BCS 2003-2004, and to an earlier survey conducted in Northumberland.
Cross-sectional (one-time) study
See the main BCS 2003-2004 for details of sampling.
|Number of units:||4,448 cases|
|Method of data collection:||
Transcription of existing materials
See the main BCS 2003-2004 for details of data collection.
|Weighting:||Weighting variables included; see the main BCS 2003-2004 for details of weighting.|
Data are included from the BCS 2003-2004, held under SN 5324.
|CRIMINAL DAMAGE||CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM||DEBILITATIVE ILLNESS|
|DOMESTIC VIOLENCE||DRUG TRAFFICKING||ECONOMIC ACTIVITY|
|EMPLOYEES||EMPLOYMENT||ENGLAND AND WALES|
|ETHNIC GROUPS||FEAR OF CRIME||GENDER|
|HOME CONTENTS INSURANCE||HOUSEHOLD INCOME||HOUSEHOLDS|
|HOUSING AGE||HOUSING CONDITIONS||HOUSING TENURE|
|INJURIES||INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS||MARITAL STATUS|
|MOTOR VEHICLES||NATIONALITY||NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH SCHEMES|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||POLICE SERVICES||PRISONS|
|PROBATION||QUALIFICATIONS||QUALITY OF LIFE|
|RACIAL CONFLICT||RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION||RESIDENTIAL MOBILITY|
|ROAD TRAFFIC||ROBBERY||SECURITY SYSTEMS|
|SELF-EMPLOYED||SEXUAL OFFENCES||SMALL BUSINESSES|
|SMOKING||SOCIAL CLASS||SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS|
|VAGRANTS||VISITS TO RECREATIONAL FACILITIES||VOLUNTARY ORGANIZATIONS|
|Date of release:|
|First edition:||16 April 2008|
|Copyright:||Copyright S. Farrall and J. Jackson. The original British Crime Survey data remains Crown copyright. Crown copyright material is reproduced with the permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Queen's Printer for Scotland.|
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|Study information and citation||UKDA_Study_5822_Information.htm||18|
By principal investigator(s):
Farrall, S., Jackson, J. and Gray, E. (2006) Everyday emotion and the fear of crime: preliminary findings from experience and expression, Working Paper No. 1, ESRC Grant RES-000-23-1108.
Jackson, J., Farrall, S. and Gray, E. (2006) The provenance of fear, Working Paper No. 2, ESRC Grant RES-000-23-1108.
Gray, E., Jackson, J. and Farrall, S. (2006) Reassessing the fear of crime: frequencies and correlates of old and new measures, Working Paper No. 3, ESRC Grant RES-000-23-1108.
Farrall, S., Gray, E. and Jackson, J. (2007) Combining the new and old measures of the fear of crime: exploring the ‘Worried Well’, Working Paper No. 4, ESRC Grant RES-000-23-1108.
Farrall, S., Gray, E. and Jackson, J. (2007) Theorising the fear of crime: the cultural and social significance of insecurities about crime, Working Paper No. 5, ESRC Grant RES-000-23-1108.
Gray, E., Farrall, S. and Jackson, J. (2007) Experience and expression; conversations about crime, place and community, Working Paper No. 6, ESRC Grant ESRC Grant RES-000-23-1108.
Jackson, J., Farrall, S. and Gray, E. (2007) Experience and expression in the fear of crime, Working Paper No. 7, ESRC Grant RES-000-23-1108.
Gray, E., Jackson, J. and Farrall, S. (2008) 'Reassessing fear of crime in England and Wales', European Journal of Criminology, 5(3).
Resulting from secondary analysis: