Session 479: IC2 -> Theoretical Integration Using Ecological Perspectives
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-California E
Session Chair: Scott A. Hunt, University of Kentucky
Testing and Extending the Systemic Model of Social Disorganization: Assessing Neighborhood Effects on Victimization
by: George E. Capowich, Washington State University (Corresponding)
Busy Places and Broken Windows: The Role of Land Use in the Social Control of Criminal Victimization
by: Pamela Wilcox Rountree, University of Kentucky (Corresponding)
Phillip Neil Quisenberry, University of Kentucky
Debra T. Cabrera, University of Kentucky
Shayne Jones, University of Kentucky
A Multilevel Opportunity Model of School Victimization
by: Michelle Campbell Augustine, University of Kentucky (Corresponding)
Richard R. Clayton, University of Kentucky
Graham Ousey, University of Kentucky
Criminal Offending During One's Life Course: The Effects of Previous Offending and Patterns of Routine Activities
by: Paul Nieuwbeerta, Netherlands Institute for the Study of (Corresponding)
Karin Wittebrood, Social en Cultural Planning Office
Discussants:
Scott A. Hunt, University of Kentucky

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