Session 155: HO2 -> Pathways to Becoming a Homicide Offender
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Georgian
Session Chair: Christine E. Rasche, University of North Florida
The Shape of Gender Inequality and Disadvantage in Race- and Gender-Specific Homicide Rates in U.S. Cities
by: Mari A. DeWees, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Karen F. Parker, University of Florida
"Pathways" to Homicide: Previous Offending of People Convicted of Murder in the UK
by: Ruth Lewis, University of Newcastle (Corresponding)
Kate Cavanagh, University of Glasgow
Rebecca Emerson Dobash, University of Manchester
Russell P. Dobash, University of Manchester
Contracts to Kill as Scripted Behavior
by: James A. Black, University of Tennessee - Knoxville (Corresponding)
Nicole M. Cravens, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Who Becomes the Victim and Who the Offender in Chicago Intimate Partner Homicides?
by: Carolyn Rebecca Block, Illinois Crim Justice Info Authority (Corresponding)
Christine Ovcharchyn Devitt, Illinois Criminal Justice Info Authority
Edmund R. Donoghue, Cook County Medical Examiner's Office
Roy J. Dames, Cook County Medical Examiner's Office

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