Female Students’ Fear of Crime and It’s Correlation with the Environmental Features of the Campus

Authors

  • Kyung-Hoon Lee Graduate School of Engineering, Korea University
  • Young-Ho Bang Graduate School of Engineering, Korea University

Keywords:

College campus, fear of crime, crime occurrence, environmental characteristics

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to create safer campus outdoor spaces for female students during the night. For this, a literature review, a mapping survey of criminally vulnerable spots, and a questionnaire were carried out to derive the environmental characteristics affecting the fear of crime and to measure the fear of crime felt by female students at the outdoor spaces of campus. Based on the survey, the correlation between the fear of crime of female students and environmental characteristics of outdoor spaces was analyzed. This study is significant in suggesting ways to alleviate the female students’ fear of crime in the college campus.

Author Biographies

Kyung-Hoon Lee, Graduate School of Engineering, Korea University

Department of Architecture

Young-Ho Bang, Graduate School of Engineering, Korea University

Department of Architecture

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Published

2015-12-20

How to Cite

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Lee K-H, Bang Y-H. Female Students’ Fear of Crime and It’s Correlation with the Environmental Features of the Campus. Int. J. Archit. Eng. Technol. [Internet]. 2015Dec.20 [cited 2021Jun.17];2(2):103-12. Available from: https://www.avantipublishers.com/jms/index.php/ijaet/article/view/377

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