Session 515: IC3 -> Theoretical Integration in Criminology: Problems and Prospects
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-California E
Session Chair: Pamela Wilcox Rountree, University of Kentucky
Examining the Building Blocks of Theories: An Iterdisciplinary Analysis of Theories on Anti-Social and Criminal Behavior
by: Wilma H. Smeenk, NISCALE (Corresponding)
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Problematic Perceptions of Human Nature in Sociological Criminology
by: Kelly H. Hardwick, University of Calgary (Corresponding)
A Critical Analysis of Power-Control Theory
by: Heather Schramm, University of Toronto (Corresponding)
Integration Between Theory and Practice in the CJS: Asking the Staff
by: Nikki Thompson (Corresponding)
Rosemary Buck, Mount Royal College
Multilevel Criminological Analyses: Implications for an Individual-Context Opportunity Theory of Crime
by: Scott A. Hunt, University of Kentucky (Corresponding)

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