Session 417: RP7 -> Social Movements and Crime Policy
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Boardroom
Session Chair: [To Be Assigned]
Sleeping Giant of Welfare Reform: A Panel Study of Welfare Reform and Crime Rates at the City Level
by: Shawn M. Flower, University of Maryland (Corresponding)
Sally S. Simpson, University of Maryland at College Park
Shawn D. Bushway, University of Maryland - College Park
U.S. Influences on Recent Crime Control Policy in England and Wales
by: Trevor Jones, Cardiff University (Corresponding)
Tim Newburn, University of London, Goldsmiths College
Opening the Policy Window: Public Opinion and Determinate Sentencing Guidelines
by: Amy Bunger Pool, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Kelly Welch, Florida State University
Megan's Laws: When Policy Stems From Social Movements
by: Stephanie Bontrager, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Amy Bunger Pool, Florida State University

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