Session 291: CR27 -> Prison Violence and Control
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-California E
Session Chair: Peter M. Carlson, Christopher Newport University
Gangs in Federal Prison: Are They More Violent Than Their Non-gang Affiliated Peers?
by: Susan Wallace, Federal Bureau of Prisons (Corresponding)
Evan Gillman, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Gerald G. Gaes, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Sharon Suppa, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Jody Klein-Saffran, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Miles D. Harer, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Harriet M. Lebowitz, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Getting Together to Get it Good: The Impact of Friendship Networks on Prison Life
by: Nina Cope, University of Cambridge (Corresponding)
The Epidemiology of Inmate Deaths: Variations by Region, Institutional Characteristics, and Manner of Death
by: Meredith Huey, University of North Carolina - Greensboro (Corresponding)
John A. Humphrey, University of North Carolina - Greensboro
Disciplinary Infractions in Prison: A Test of Deprivation, Importation, and Situational Models
by: Shanhe Jiang, Grambling State University (Corresponding)
Marianne Fisher-Giorlando, Grambling State University
Is SuperMax Super Effective? The Impact of Supermaximum Security Prisons on Institutional Violence
by: Chad S. Briggs, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale (Corresponding)
Jody L. Sundt, Southern Illinois Univ. at Carbondale
Thomas C. Castellano, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
Alan Vaux, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale

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