The Chicago School II. SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION THEORY. Shaw and McKay. Park and Burgess’ Concentric Zone Model. Concentric Zone Model. Rates for Delinquency were highest at the Center and Declined as one Moved away from the Center ALL Rates were higher. Concentric Zone Model. Shaw and McKay.
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SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION THEORY
Park and Burgess’ Concentric Zone Model
The City is an Organism
Life Experience Varied from one location to another
Values and Norms are Transmitted from Neighborhoods
Delinquency is a Systemic Problem
Rapid Changes in industrialization or Immigration
Decline in Effectiveness of Informal Social Control (Social Disorganization)
Development of delinquency areas: Geographically Rooted
Two Data Gathering Methods: