Session 315: SA2 -> Strain in Specific Populations
Time: 4:30PM to 6:00 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Library
Session Chair: Miriam D. Sealock, Xavier University
General Strain Theory and Juvenile Crime: Test of the Cumulative Impact of Strain on Severity of Criminal Behavior
by: Jeb A. Booth, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Recasting Cohen's Strain-Based Theory of Subcultural Delinquency
by: Richard A. Wallace, University of Wisconsin - River Falls (Corresponding)
Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical Use: Applying Institutional Anomie Theory to a Specific Cultural Milieu
by: Dean Dabney, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
Richard Hollinger, University of Florida
Crime and the Perception of Social Stress and Solidarity: The Role of Education
by: Simha F. Landau, Hebrew University (Corresponding)
Intra-Metropolitan Stratification, Opportunity Structures, and Crime: An Application of Strain Theory at the Municipality Level
by: Sanjay Marwah, George Mason University (Corresponding)
Peter Arena, George Mason University
Miriam D. Sealock, Xavier University

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