Session 308: LD2 -> Crime and Punishment Through Time: Using Longitudinal Research to Describe Changing Trends
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Thursday, November 16
Place: H-San Francisco B
Session Chair: Kristin A. Bates, California State University - San Marcos
Violent Crime in Washington, D.C. 1960-1998: A Peliminary Discussion of Peaks and Valleys
by: Joanne Savage, American University (Corresponding)
A Test of the Stability of Punishment Hypothesis
by: Jeonghee Cho, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Factors That Influence the Progression and Desistance of Antisocial behavior
by: Albert Kienfie Liau, Kent State University (Corresponding)
Daniel J. Flannery, Kent State University
Urbanization and Homicide: Unraveling a Non-Linear Relationship Across Time and Space in 19th Century France
by: A.R. Gillis, University of Toronto (Corresponding)
Wendy C. Regoeczi, Cleveland State University

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