Session 76: CS3 -> Theoretical and Empirical Studies of a "General Theory of Crime"
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: H-Butron
Session Chair: Patricia Dahl, University of Colorado - Denver
The General Theory of Crime: Constructing the Next Generation
by: Patricia Dahl, University of Colorado - Denver (Corresponding)
Low Self Control, Staged Opportunity, and Subsequent Fradulent Behavior
by: Tony R. Smith, Saint Anselm College (Corresponding)
Low Self-control, Social Bonds, and Criminal Activities Among Incarcerated Jail Inmates
by: Qianwei Fu, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
Spencer De Li, University of Maryland at College Park
Sean P. Rosenmerkel, University of Maryland at College Park
Doris Layton MacKenzie, University of Maryland at College Park
Low Self-control and Criminal Opportunity as Predictors of Crime: Main and Interactive Effects
by: Douglas Longshore, RAND (Corresponding)
Perceived Opportunities and Self-Control Theory
by: Trishia Campie, University of Arizona (Corresponding)

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