Session 83: DR5 -> Recent Research on Drugs and Crime
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Yorkshire
Session Chair: William J. Sabol, Case Western Reserve University
Pregnant, Addicted to Crack, Railroaded to Prison: Is it Justifiable?
by: Concetta Culliver, Benedict College (Corresponding)
How Strong do Neighborhoods Have to be to Resist the Spread of Violence? The Diffusion of Drug and Violent Crimes in Baltimore, 1982-1994
by: James P. Lynch, The American University - Washington (Corresponding)
William J. Sabol, Case Western Reserve University
Michael Planty, Bureau of Justice Statistics
Rational Choice Perspective on the Causes and Correlates of Prescription Fraud in San Diego
by: Julie Wartell, Institute for Law and Justice (Corresponding)
Nancy LaVigne, National Institute of Justice
Male and Female Drug Abuse and Criminality in a Career Perspective
by: Siv Byqvist, Swedish Council for Information on Alcoho (Corresponding)

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