Session 226: CC7 -> Critical Perspectives on Race and Crime (Sponsored by the Division on Critical Criminology)
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-Elizabeth A
Session Chair: Rosalva Resendiz, Texas Woman's University
Where's the Beef? Reflections on the Absence of Race Theory in Research on Racial Disparity in the Criminal Justice System
by: Melissa Bamba, National Research Council (Corresponding)
Sophia Carr Friday, The American University
Neighborhood Racial Composition, Racial Prejudice, Fear of Crime, and Punitive Attitudes: A Causal Model
by: Michael J. Hogan, University of Northern Colorado (Corresponding)
Policing the Crisis and the Crisis in Policing: Racism, Street Justice, and the Old Time Politics
by: Albert DiChiara, University of Hartford (Corresponding)
Out of Court Jury Selection: Race, Space and the Construction of Community
by: Mark Israel, Flinders University of South Australia (Corresponding)
Chicana Feminist Critique: The Misuse of Nominal Variables in Criminology
by: Rosalva Resendiz, Texas Woman's University (Corresponding)

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