Session 110: CS4 -> The Role of Stigma and Labeling in Social Control
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Colonial
Session Chair: Michael L. Benson, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Enforcement of Norms: Group Cohesion and Sanctioning
by: Christine Horne, Brigham Young University (Corresponding)
Toward a Non-Consensus Social Control Theory: Stigma of Arrest, Attachment Costs, and Commitment Costs
by: Ryan E. Spohn, University of Iowa (Corresponding)
Effects of Race, Family Background, Crime, and Ensnarement in the Criminal Justice System on Adult Positions in the Social Stratification Hierarchy
by: Michael L. Benson, University of Tennessee - Knoxville (Corresponding)
Kent R. Kerley, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Francis T. Cullen, University of Cincinnati
Historical Contingency of Informal Social Control: Variation in Marriage-Crime Relationships Through Time, 1947-1996
by: Chris Kenaszchuk, University of Maryland (Corresponding)
Challenged Mothers: Incarcerated, Stigmatized, and Socially Controlled
by: Jackquice S-Mahdi, Oklahoma State University (Corresponding)
Jennifer Wolynetz, Oklahoma State University

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