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Arévalo-García N. A., & García-Pazmiño M. A. (2021). Percepción del Miedo al Delito Mediante el Diseño Ambiental: Enfoque Microescala. Procesos Urbanos, 8(1), e528. https://doi.org/10.21892/2422085X.528

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Este estudio afina la evaluación de la percepción del Miedo al Delito (MAD) con sus aspectos (in)tangibles usando la metodología de Prevención del Delito Mediante el Diseño Ambiental (CPTED por sus siglas en inglés). Para ello, se construyó un enfoque microescala basado en la disciplina de Psicología Ambiental y se aplicó en un caso de estudio universitario en Quito, Ecuador. La metodología es cuantitativa, de alcance descriptivo y corte transversal. La muestra no probabilística de 320 estudiantes universitarios utilizó un método participativo móvil y un cuestionario de victimización. De allí, se sientan bases para el desarrollo teórico-práctico CPTED.

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