Session 56: LC2 -> Current Research on Criminal Careers
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Georgian
Session Chair: Paul Mazerolle, The University of Queensland
Analyzing Variation in Local Life Circumstances and Involvement in Criminal Offending Among a Population of Serious Offenders
by: Alex R. Piquero, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Robert Brame, University of Maryland - College Park
Paul Mazerolle, The University of Queensland
Rudy Haapanen, California Youth Authority
Examining the Independent and Cumulative Effects of Protective Factors in Promoting Resiliency: Evidence From a National Sample of Adolescents
by: Michael G. Turner, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Francis T. Cullen, University of Cincinnati
A New Version of the "Risk Principle": Are Predictors of Delinquency Similar Across Youth With Varying Levels of Prior Antisocial Behavior:?
by: Jeffrey R. Maahs, University of Minnesota - Duluth (Corresponding)
Continuity in Offending Behavior Over Time? Assessing the Relationship Between Prior Delinquent Behavior and Intimate Partner Violence
by: Paul Mazerolle, The University of Queensland
Leah E. Daigle, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)

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