Session 229: GC8 -> Queer Criminology: Theoretical and Empirical Work on Sexuality and Criminal Justice
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-Mayfair
Session Chair: Taj C. Carson, Northern Arizona University
Lesbians and Delinquency: Results From a Pilot Study
by: Taj C. Carson, Northern Arizona University (Corresponding)
Roots of Intolerance: Discrimination Against Lesbians and Gays in the Justice Work Place
by: Mary Bernstein, Arizona State University (Corresponding)
Emily Gaarder, Arizona State University
Sheep in Wolves Clothing: Appropriation and Adoption of Hyper Masculine Identities by Gay Men
by: Michael Kiley-Zufelt, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
In Search of Autonomy: Imprisoned Women's Negotiation of Gender and Sexual Indentity Within Relationships
by: Shoshana Pollack, Wilfred Laurier University (Corresponding)
The Meaning of Purchase: Male Sexual Desire and Commercial Demand
by: Elizabeth Bernstein, University of California at Berkeley (Corresponding)

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