Session 498: AL2 -> The Social Construction of Alcohol and Crime
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-California W
Session Chair: Robert Nash Parker, University of California - Riverside
The Social Construction of American Indian Drinking: Perceptions of American Indian and White Officials
by: Malcolm D. Holmes, University of Wyoming (Corresponding)
Judith A. Antell, University of Wyoming
Maintaining Order in the Face of Crime: The Social Construction of Exceptions to Law Violations
by: Duncan C. Schlag, Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Got Alcohol?: It is Time to Begin Addressing Alcohol Use by Adolescents as a DRUG Problem
by: Carol S. Ferreira, East Carolina University (Corresponding)
Using Attribution Theory to Explain Criminal Substance Abuse
by: Daryl G. Kroner, Pittsburgh Institution (Corresponding)
Jeremy F. Mills, Bath Institution

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