Session 465: CO5 -> Effects of Programmatic and Civic Approaches to Crime Prevention in Communities
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Elizabeth B
Session Chair: [To Be Assigned]
Moral Fault Lines: How a Street Gang Reduction Program Generates Class and Ethnic Conflict
by: Greg Scott, Office of the Illinois Attorney General (Corresponding)
Andrea M. Leverentz, Office of the Illinois Attorney General
Understanding Enduring Resident Commitment to Neighborhood Organizations and Quality of Life
by: Brian C. Renauer, Portland State University (Corresponding)
Community Organizations and Networks of Association: Towards a Theory of Parochial Social Control
by: Dina R. Rose, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)
Delores Jones-Brown, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
The Design, Content and Use of Crime and Disorder Audits: A Reflection on Recent Experiences in Britain
by: Kate Bowers, University of Liverpool (Corresponding)
Alexander Hirschfield, University of Liverpool
Self-Reported Fear of Crime: The Community Context
by: Joseph A. Schafer, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
Beth M. Huebner, Michigan State University
Timothy S. Bynum, Michigan State University
Viewing One's Home as Unsafe Because of Crime
by: Walter R. Gove, Vanderbilt University (Corresponding)
Amy Stinton, Vanderbilt University
Gabrielle Lynn Chapman, Vanderbilt University
Esther Madriz, University of San Francisco

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