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Ghaderi S, Solaimani S. (2023). Factors effecting on crime: quantitavie meta-analysis of researches. Social Problems of Iran. 14(2), 289-310. doi:10.61186/jspi.14.2.289
URL: http://jspi.khu.ac.ir/article-1-3616-en.html
1- Kharzmi University , salahedin.gh@khu.ac.ir
2- Kharazmi University
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Crime as an undesirable social phenomenon is the result of several factors. The increase in committing crimes has led to an increase in scientific research in the study areas related to crime in Iran in the past few decades; So that a vast amount of information has been produced about the etiology and Epidemiology of crime in its various fields. The present research deals with the most important reasons and causes of committing crimes in Iran with a meta-analysis approach based on researches conducted in different fields. And it has answered the question that what are the effective factors in committing a crime and how much do these factors affect the commission of a crime in different fields? The research method was meta-analysis (quantitative) with the aim of determining the effect size of the researches. The sample size included 107 research documents (80 articles and 27 theses) which were selected according to the criteria of correlation coefficient, article validity, publication quality, and methodological information. The findings showed that the variables of social participation, delinquent culture, residential area, population density, social relations, social control, feeling of deprivation and social inequality, socio-economic base and Family disputes had the greatest effect on crime. which in general indicates the greater influence of social level factors in committing crimes.
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Type of Article: Original Research | Subject: Crime & Deviances
Received: 2023/09/19 | Accepted: 2023/11/18 | Published: 2024/02/9

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