Session 42: CC1 -> Critical Perspectives on New and Old Youth Gangs (Sponsored by the Division on Critical Criminology)
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Elizabeth A
Session Chair: [To Be Assigned]
Gangs as Social Movements? From Irrationalism and Elite Controls to Post-modern Empowerment
by: David C. Brotherton, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)
The Street Pendulum: From Deviance to Activism and From Activism to Deviance
by: Juan Francisco Esteva Martinez, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)
Gangs, Space, and Police Suppression
by: Dwight Conquergood, Northwestern University (Corresponding)
Beyond the Horizon: Critical Psychology and the Critique of "Street Gang" Psychopathology
by: Luis Barrios, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)
Qusai Hussain, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
A Comparative Study Between Northern and Southern Hemispheres
by: Camila Salazar-Atiaz, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)
Scientific Overstatement in the Literature of Gangs
by: Louis Kontos, Long Island University - C.W. Post (Corresponding)

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