Session 443: GL3 -> Cross-National Studies of Crime and Punishment
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-California E
Session Chair: Gregg Barak, Eastern Michigan University
Islamic Political Culture and Crime: A Cross-National Study
by: Daniel Price, Kent State University (Corresponding)
Capitalism and Crime: The Russian Experience
by: Daniel G. Rodeheaver, University of North Texas (Corresponding)
James L. Williams, Texas Woman's University
Lisa Zottarelli, University of North Texas
Social Structure, Cultural Attitudes and Punishmjent: A Cross-National Analysis of Incarceration Rates
by: Rick Ruddell, University of Missouri - St. Louis (Corresponding)
Crime as Coping Strategy: Aussiedler (Germans of Russian Descents) and Their Way of Dealing With Migration
by: Kerstin Reich, University of Tuebingen (Corresponding)
Elmar Weitekamp, University of Tuebingen
Hans-Jergen Kerner, University of Tuebingen
Development of Sanctions Severity in Criminal Careers
by: Sven Hoefer, Max-Planck-Institute (Corresponding)
Gregg Barak, Eastern Michigan University

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