EASY

DANS - Data Archiving and Networked Services

Search datasets

EASY offers sustainable archiving of research data and access to thousands of datasets.

Close Search help

Systematic Social Observation in The Hague 2011/2012

Cite as:

Hoeben, MSc E.M. (Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR)); Janssen, MSc H.J. (Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR)) (): Systematic Social Observation in The Hague 2011/2012. DANS. https://doi.org/10.17026/dans-z5v-ka8n

2013-03-01, 2013-03-01 Hoeben, MSc E.M. (Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR)); Janssen, MSc H.J. (Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR)) 10.17026/dans-z5v-ka8n

Systematic Social Observation of 61 items concerning land use, physical disorder, social disorder, physical condition of buildings, evidence of defensible space, traffic, formal and informal control and guardianship in the municipality of The Hague and surrounding areas. The disorder-observations are part of a project studying individual and contextual influences on adolescent offending: the SPAN-project. The SPAN-project used a Space Time Budget method to collect information about spatial activity patterns of adolescents . The Space Time Budget method inventorised adolescents’ whereabouts on observation units of 200 by 200 metre (‘gridcells’). These grids were determined regardless of the neighborhood-bounderies defined by the local government. The 200 by 200 metre-gridcells were used as a basis for the units of observation. The disorder-observations will be used to detect contextual influences on adolescent offending.

Relations

Mogelijkheden voor het gebruik van datasets van het NSCR

Onder bepaalde condities condities zijn datasets van het NSCR beschikbaar voor andere onderzoekers verbonden aan universiteiten of onderzoeksinstituten. NSRC datasets kunnen rechtstreeks aangevraagd worden bij het NSCR.

Post adres
NSCR
Postbus 71304
1008 BH Amsterdam

Bezoek adres
De Boelelaan 1077a
1081 HV Amsterdam
Telefoon: 020 598 5239
Fax: 020 598 3975
Email:
nscr@nscr.nl