Session 327: CC10 -> Ideology, Knowledge, and Power: Discourses on Crime and Punishment (Sponsored by the Division on Critical Criminology)
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-Elizabeth A
Session Chair: Tony Platt, California State University - Sacramento
Ideology and Crime: The Second Half of the Twentieth Century
by: Charles E. Reasons, Central Washington University (Corresponding)
Social Defence and International Reconstruction: Illustrating the Governance of Post-war Criminological Discourse
by: Reece Walters, Victoria University of Wellington (Corresponding)
In for a Dime, In for a Dollar: Using the Witch Trials of Renaissance Europe to Understand America's War on Drugs
by: Jeffrey M. London, University of Colorado (Corresponding)
Last Meals and Reasoned Appeals: Selective Reporting of Death Penalty Cases in Major Newspapers
by: Andy Hochstetler, Iowa State University (Corresponding)
Nancy Berns, Iowa State University
Mobilization of Bias Against Critical Criminology and Criminologists in Leading Academic Journals ! The
by: Richard A. Wright, Arkansas State University (Corresponding)
Herman Schwendinger, University of South Florida

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