Session 564: CO9 -> Community Aspects of Justice
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Saturday, November 18
Place: W-Elizabeth B
Session Chair: Delores E. Craig-Moreland, Wichita State University
Coordinated Community Responses to Domestic Violence: A Comparative Study
by: Alissa Pollitz Worden, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Kim Nawyn, University at Albany
Quality of Long Term Domestic Violence Survivorship as a Function of Community Aspects: A Pilot Study Report
by: Delores E. Craig-Moreland, Wichita State University (Corresponding)
Criminologies of Catastrophe: Understanding Criminal Justice in the New Millenium
by: Pat O'Malley, La Trobe University (Corresponding)
The Just Community: A Needs-Based Perspective on Justice That Renders Criminology Obsolete
by: Dennis Sullivan, Institute for Economic/Restorative Just. (Corresponding)
Larry Tifft, Central Michigan University
Culturalization as a Technique of Neutralization: Police Officers' Perspectives on Policing Domestic Violence in the Palestinian Community in Israel
by: Edna Erez, Kent State University
Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Corresponding)
Impact of the Neighborhood Microsystem on Self-Report and Officially Recorded Delinquency: A Block by Block Analysis of Sense of Community
by: Dan Cantillon, Michigan State University (Corresponding)

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