Session 64: RM2 -> Using Archival Data for Model Testing, Methodological and Crime Location Research
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: W-Boardroom
Session Chair: Janet P. Stamatel, ICPSR/University of Michigan
Correlates of Prison Victimization: A Test of Importation, Deprivation and Lifestyles Models
by: Michael Weinrath, University of Winnipeg (Corresponding)
Michael Swait, University of Winnipeg
Estimating Stranger Homicides in California Jurisdictions
by: Marc Riedel, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale (Corresponding)
Wendy C. Regoeczi, Cleveland State University
Assessing the Representiveness of the ADAM Sample of Adult Arrestees
by: Matthew Giblin, University of Alaska Anchorge (Corresponding)
Job Access and Crime Patterns in Cleveland: A GIS Approach
by: Fahui Wang, Northern Illinois University (Corresponding)
W. William Minor, Northern Illinois University
Comparing the Locational Properties of Crime Categories Over Time
by: J. Kirk Miller, Northern Illinois University (Corresponding)
Ruth Anne Tobias, Northern Illinois University

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