Session 517: LA25 -> Hate, Rape, Sodomy and Robbery: Understanding Attempts to Control Deviance
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Oxford
Session Chair: Richard L. Block, Loyola University of Chicago
Natural Experiments in the Generation of Street Robbery: An Analysis of Rapid Transit Stations in Chicago
by: Richard L. Block, Loyola University of Chicago (Corresponding)
The Effectiveness of Electronic Security Measures on Combating Robbery in Denmark
by: Peter Kruize, University of Copenhagen (Corresponding)
The Supreme Court and Hate Crime Enhancements
by: Brian Levin, California State Univ. - San Bernardino (Corresponding)
Bowers v. Hardwick Revisited
by: Linda B. Lengyel, The ~ College of New Jersey (Corresponding)
A Typology of Wartime Rape
by: J. Robert Lilly, Northern Kentucky University (Corresponding)
State Services for Survivors of Rape in the U.K.
by: Tina Skinner, University of Leicester (Corresponding)

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