Session 338: LA15 -> Issues in Crime Research
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Thursday, November 16
Place: H-Conference Theatre
Session Chair: [To Be Assigned]
Youth Crimes and Biochemical Research
by: Clyde Cronkhite, Western Illinois University (Corresponding)
It's All in the Record: Using Criminal Justice Indicators to Test Gottfredson and Hirschi's Theory
by: Matt Delisi, Iowa State University (Corresponding)
The Criminal Case Profiling Study: The Findings of a Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Criminal Cases and the Legal Aid Payments They Attracted in England and Wales
by: Hannah Quirk, Legal Aid Board Research Unit (Corresponding)
Measuring Stalking: The Extent and Nature Stalking in England and Wales
by: Tracey Budd, Home Office, London (Corresponding)
Reliable and Valid Fear: The Measurement of Feelings of Unsafety or Fear of Crime
by: Gabry Vanderveen, Erasmus University Rotterdam (Corresponding)

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