The Covid-19 pandemic in modern cities: the example of criminological theory and history

Authors

  • Vicky Vlachou

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26250/heal.panteion.uc.v3i2.289

Keywords:

: history, criminological theory, crime, prevention, anticrime policy

Abstract

The Covid-19 pandemic brought a series of changes and problems to modern cities, which were called upon to deal with the new crime scene and take advantage of the emerging difficulties, turning them into opportunities. The present study focuses on the contribution of criminological theory and history and their specific proposals in dealing with the new data brought about by the pandemic to the society and crime. Specific examples of intervention are given based on historical experience. 

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Published

2022-09-30

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