Balkin, S. (1979). Victimization rates, safety and fear of crime.Soc. Problems 26: 343–358.
Balkin, S., and McDonald, J. F. (1981). The market for street crime: An economic analysis of victim-offender interaction,J. Urban Econ. 10: 390–405.
Block, R., Felson, M.. and Block, C. R. (1984). Crime victimization rates for incumbents in 246 occupations.Social Soc. Res. 69: 442–451.
Clarke, R. V. G., Ekblom, P., Hough, M.. and Mayhew, P. (1985). Elderly victims of crime and exposure to risk.Howard J. Crim. Just. 24: 81–89.
Cohen, L. E.. and Cantor, D. (1980). The determinants of larceny: An empirical and theoretical study.J. Res. Crime Delinq. 17: 140–159.
Cohen, L. E.. and Cantor, D. (1981). Residual burglary in the United States: Life-style and demographic factors associated with the probability of victimization.J. Res. Crime Delinq. 18: 113–127.
Cohen, L. E.. and Felson, M. (1979). Social change and crime rate trends: A routine activities approach.Am. Sociol Rev. 44: 588–608.
Cohen, L. E., Cantor, D.. and Kluegel, J. R. (1981). Robbery victimization in the U.S.: An analysis of a nonrandom event.Soc. Sci. Q. 62: 644–657.
Cook, P. J. (1985). The demand and supply of criminal opportunities. Working paper, Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs, Duke University, Durham, N.C.
Garofalo, J. (1987). Reassessing the lifestyle model of criminal victimization. In Gottfredson, M., and Hirschi, T. (eds.),Positive Criminology: Essays in Honor of Michael J. Hindelang, Sage, Beverly Hills, Calif.
Gottfredson, M. R. (1981). On the etiology of criminal victimization.J. Crim. Law and Criminal. 72: 714–726.
Gottfredson, M. R. (1984).Victims of Crime: The Dimensions of Risk, Home Office Research Study No. 81, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London.
Hindelang, M. J., Gottfredson, M. R., and Garofaio, J. (1978).Victims of Personal Crime: An Empirical Foundation for a Theory of Personal Victimization, Ballinger, Cambridge, Mass.
Messner, S. F., and Tardiff, K. (1985). The social ecology of urban homicide: An application of the “routine activities” approach.Criminology 23: 241–267.
Riley, D. (1986). Sex differences in teenage crime: The role of lifestyle.Home Office Res. Plan. Unit Res. Bull. 20: 34–38.
Sparks, R. (1981). Multiple victimization: Evidence, theory, and future research.J. Crim. Law Criminol. 72: 762–778.
Steinmetz, C. (1979).An Empirically-Tested Analysis of Victimization Risks, Report No. XXIV, Research and Documentation Center, Ministry of Justice, The Hague.
Widom, C. S., and Maxfield, M. G. (1984). Sex roles and the victimization of women: Evidence from the British Crime Survey. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, Cincinnati.