Session 387: SA2 -> Testing Types of Strain and Types of Offenders
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Bristol
Session Chair: Rebecca S. Katz, Morehead State University
Specifying the Type of Strain Most Likely to Lead to Crime and Delinquency
by: Robert Agnew, Emory University (Corresponding)
Strain, Need for Autonomy, Delinquency
by: Timothy Brezina, Tulane University (Corresponding)
Trying Times and Temper Tantrums: The Mediating Effects of Anger on Strain and Delinquency
by: Monica Robbers, Marymount University (Corresponding)
Strain, Criminogenic Traits and Crime: Using General Strain Theory to Predict Membership in Different Offender Classes
by: Sherod Thaxton, Emory University (Corresponding)
Elison M. Cale, Emory University
Discussants:
Robert Agnew, Emory University

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