Session 500: CO7 -> ROUNDTABLE: Community and Ecology
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Elizabeth B
Session Chair: [To Be Assigned]
Understanding Community Beliefs About Juvenile Crime: Comunity, Perceived Neighborhood Change, and Quality of City Services
by: Cynthia Backburn Line, Rowan University (Corresponding)
Martha Meinster, Holy Family College
Ecological Assessment of Neighborhood, Family, Peer, and Individual Characteristics in Predicting Antisocial Behavior: A Multilevel Analysis
by: Eric A. Stewart, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
Towards an Understanding of Social Space: A Model to Test Black's Style of Law Premises
by: John P. Walsh, Indiana University, Bloomington (Corresponding)
Shifting Paradigms: A Study on the Implementation of Restorative Justice
by: Jesse Cale, Mount Royal College (Corresponding)
Scott Brodie, Mount Royal College
Jayson King, Mount Royal College
Crime on College Campuses
by: Andrea Moyle, University of Portland (Corresponding)
Linking Adolescent Hopelessness to Neighborhood Factors
by: Holli R. Drummond, University of Georgia (Corresponding)

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