Session 411: PO36 -> The Intersection of Gender and Policing
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Yorkshire
Session Chair: Christina DeJong, Michigan State University
Gays, Lesbians and Law Enforcement, Oh My!: A Cross-National Examination of the Relationship Between Law Enforcement and the Gay and Lesbian Community in the United States and Venezuela as it Pertains to Domestic Violence
by: Tod Burke, Radford University (Corresponding)
Michael L. Jordan, Radford University
Steve Owen, University of Missouri - St. Louis
Reynaldo Hidalgo, Universidad De los Andes
Jason Rexrode, C/o Drs. Jordan and Burke, Radford Univ.
Race, Gender, and Perceptuion of Police Conduct: A Sampling of Criminal Justice Majors
by: Willie J. Edwards, Texas A & M University (Corresponding)
Lee Ross, University of Wisconsin - Parkside
Gender Differences in Police Behavior: Handling Emotional Citizens
by: Christina DeJong, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
Calling for Help: Does Police Behavior Influence the Reporting Decisions of Repeat Domestic Violence Victims?
by: Laura J. Hickman, RAND (Corresponding)

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