Session 558: RP14 -> The Politics of Crime Control
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Saturday, November 18
Place: W-Olympic
Session Chair: Robert Nash Parker, University of California - Riverside
The Politics of Doing Policy Research: Don't Confuse Me With Data, I Already Know the Right Answer
by: Robert Nash Parker, University of California - Riverside (Corresponding)
Valerie J. Callanan, University of California - Riverside
Public Opinion, the Media and Crime Policy: Voodo Politics in the Era of the TV Game Show
by: David Indermaur, University of Western Australia (Corresponding)
Crime Policy Transfer: From the International to the Local
by: Kevin Stenson, Buckinghamshire Chilterns University Coll (Corresponding)
Adam Edwards, Nottingham Trent University
Criminal Disfranchisement and Voter Turnout in the United States
by: Jeff Manza, Northwestern University (Corresponding)
Christopher Uggen, University of Minnesota
Criminal Policy Without Crime: An Anglo-American Journey of Exploration
by: Andrew Rutherford, University of Southampton (Corresponding)
Mark Telford, University of Southampton
Politics and Criminological Knowledge: Impact of Public Funding and Program Specialization on Journal Articles
by: Joachim Savelsberg, University of Minnesota (Corresponding)
Lara Cleveland, University of Minnesota
Ryan King, University of Minnesota

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