Compare the lifestyle theory and the routine activities theory.

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Lifestyle and routine activities theories are considered the two most prominent theories of victimization. That is, as opposed to “theories of offender behavior” (Meier & Miethe, 1993, p. 459) which attempt to understand why offenders alone commit crimes, victimization theories could be understood as completing the “picture of predatory crime” (p. 460) by attempting to incorporate information about the victims of crimes. This brief discussion compares the lifestyle—or as Meier and Miethe label it, the lifestyle-exposure perspective (p. 465)—and...

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