Session 136: RE4 -> Attitudes and Perspectives on the Relationship Between Race and Crime
Time: 2:50PM to 4:20 PM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Library
Session Chair: Scot Wortley, University of Toronto
Social Threat and Benign Neglect as an Explanation of the Relationship Between Race and Crime
by: Brian J. Stults, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Images of Disrepute: The Depiction of Race and Crime in the Toronto Print Media
by: Scot Wortley, University of Toronto (Corresponding)
Erin Pancer, Queen's University
Tania Depellegrin, University of Toronto
Winnie Finkelstein, University of Toronto
An Examination of Race/Ethnicity Differences in the "Cycle of Violence"
by: Jorge Chavez, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Cathy Spatz Widom, University at Albany
Race, Racial Attitudes and Support for Punitive Measures
by: Ranee McEntire, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Interracial Violence: An Analysis of Oppositional Responses to Interracial Couples
by: Erica Childs, Fordham University (Corresponding)

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