Session 469: CC16 -> Critical Perspectives in a World Context (Sponsored by the Division on Critical Criminology)
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Elizabeth A
Session Chair: David Tait, University of Canberra
The Emergence of a 'War' on Economic Crime: The Case of Finland
by: Anne Alvesalo, The Police College of Finland (Corresponding)
Steve Tombs, John Moores University
Collective Efficacy and Crime in Canadian Public Housing: Results Form the Quality of Neighbourhood Life Survey (QNLS)
by: E. Andreas Tomaszewski, Ohio University (Corresponding)
El Mundo Sin Frontieras: Obstacles to Transnational Crime Control
by: Steve Russell, University of Texas at San Antonio (Corresponding)
Michael J. Gilbert, University of Texas at San Antonio
Metaphors of Inequality: Police and Judiciary in Brazil
by: Emilio E. Dellasoppa, Universidade de Estado do Rio de Janeiro (Corresponding)
Popular Sovereignty Without Populism: A Comparative Analysis of Juries
by: David Tait, University of Canberra (Corresponding)
Conflation of Sex, Gender, and Sexual Orientation in the Discourse of State v. Green
by: Caroline Joy DeBrovner, Pace University (Corresponding)

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