Session 277: RE8 -> Race, Crime and Violence in Ecological Context
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-Elizabeth B
Session Chair: Edem F. Avakame, Temple University
Racial Segregation, Employment and Crime: Multi-Level Effects of the Residential Distribution of Minority Populations
by: Tim Wadsworth, University of Washington (Corresponding)
Christopher Bickel, University of Washington
Robert Crutchfield, University of Washington
Racial Segretation, Social Cohesion and Crime
by: Scott Akins, Washington State University at Pullman (Corresponding)
Hyperdeprivation and Violence: The Segregation of Social Problems and Hispanic Homicide
by: Asha D. Luthra, Louisiana State University (Corresponding)
Edward S. Shihadeh, Louisiana State University
Race, Place, and Violent Delinquency
by: Marino A. Bruce, University of Wisconsin - Madison (Corresponding)
An Examination of Native American Homicide Rates in the U.S.
by: Christina Lanier, University of Central Florida (Corresponding)

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