깨진 유리창 이론(영어: Broken Windows Theory, BWT)은 미국의 범죄학자인 제임스 윌슨과 조지 켈링이 1982년 3월에 공동 발표한 깨진 유리창(영어: Fixing . The broken windows theory is a criminological theory that states that visible signs of crime, . draw in investment from consumers, increasing the city's economic status, providing a safe and pleasant image for present and future inhabitants. window-lovers; rather, one unrepaired broken window is a signal that no one cares, . Untended property becomes fair game for people out for fun or plunder, and can observe as much as an officer on foot; in theory, the former can talk to as . 2008. 12. 16. - A thesis known as the broken windows theory suggests that signs of disorderly . The funny thing about the paper by Keizer et al. is that, while . Broken windows theory, academic theory proposed by James Q. Wilson and George Kelling in 1982 that used broken windows as a metaphor for disorder within . 1982. 3. 1. - This is as true in nice neighborhoods as in rundown ones. Window-breaking does not necessarily occur on a large scale because some areas are . reported in 1969 on some experiments testing the broken-window theory. In general I enjoyed performing this piece of critique of Broken Windows because it is a logical theory that should be known. By carrying out this critique and . 2018. 11. 23. - He smashed a window of it with a sledgehammer to add some fun. Thus, the car went from being in perfect condition to showing signs of abuse . 2018. 8. 23. - Consider the 'broken windows' theory, which the Harvard political . 'He just wanted the neighborhood to look nice, to get more people out on .