Session 508: GC21 -> Women, Crime and Criminal Justice: Theory and Practice
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Victorian
Session Chair: Becky Tatum, Georgia State University
Is There a Feminist Theory of Crime?
by: Nanci Koser Wilson, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Measuring Patriarchy: Problems of Data and Methods
by: Brenda Sims Blackwell, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
Mark D. Reed, Georgia State University
Trends in Female Violent Crime, 1970-2000
by: Jennifer Schwartz, Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Darrell Steffensmeier, Pennsylvania State University
Criminal Justice Leadership Roles of Women in the 21st Century
by: Roslyn Muraskin, Long Island University - C.W. Post (Corresponding)
Challenging University and Relativism: Women's Social Activism in South East Asia
by: Caroline Lambert, University of Melbourne (Corresponding)
Christine Alder, University of Melbourne
Sharon Pickering, Charles Sturt University
Domestic Violence: Personal and Situational Factors, Arrest Decisions and Prosecution Outcomes as a Function of Offender Recidivism
by: Kimberly A. Coffman, University of North Florida (Corresponding)
Jeffry A. Will, University of North Florida

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