Session 468: DM3 -> Classification and Measurement Techniques
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Saturday, November 20
Place: Newfoundland
Session Chair: [To Be Assigned]
Criminal Justice Research and the World Wide Web
by: Dale Nesbary, Oakland University (Corresponding)
Strategies and Techniques for Enhancing Mail Research Design in Criminal Justice
by: Thomas F. Waters, Northern Arizona University (Corresponding)
Research Methods in Criminal Justice: An Analysis of Issues Being Covered in Classrooms Across the Country
by: Michael McSkimming, Monmouth University (Corresponding)
Brion Sever, Monmouth University
Ryan S. King, Monmouth University
Trials and Error
by: Brian Forst, The American University (Corresponding)
Gerard Rainville, The American University
Classification of Criminal Offenders: Trials and Tribulations of the Data Collection Process
by: Nicole M. Prior (Corresponding)
Matthew B. Robinson, Appalachian State University

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