Session 499: CO6 -> Crime Over Time: Social Trends and Community Change
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Yorkshire
Session Chair: [To Be Assigned]
Boom-Town Crime, Bust-Town Crime: A Cojparative Analysis of Crime in Boston and Detroit
by: Lesley Williams Reid, Tulane University (Corresponding)
Repeat Burglary in Two Australian Cities
by: Frank Morgan, University of Western Australia (Corresponding)
Neighborhood Revitalization, Crime and Fear
by: Douglas D. Perkins, University of Utah (Corresponding)
Barbara B. Brown, University of Utah
Neighborhood Correlates of Homicide Trends: An Analysis Using Hierarchial Growth-Curve Modeling
by: Charis Kubrin, George Washington University (Corresponding)
Toward a Theoretical and Practical Understanding of the Criminal Careers of Places
by: Eric S. Jefferis, National Institute of Justice (Corresponding)

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