Crime Victimisation Over Time and Sleep Quality
Andrew Clark (),
Conchita D'Ambrosio () and
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Rong Zhu: Flinders University [Adelaide, Australia]
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We here consider the relationship between the individual time profile of crime victimisation and sleep quality. Sleep quality worsens with contemporaneous crime victimisation, with physical violence having a larger effect than property crime. But crime history also matters, and past victimisation experience continues to reduce current sleep quality. Last, there is some evidence that the order of victimisation spells plays a role: consecutive years of crime victimisation affect sleep quality more adversely than the same number of years when not contiguous.
Keywords: sleep quality; Crime; time; physical violence; property crimes (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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