Session 592: SC3 -> Social Inequality and Crime
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Saturday, November 18
Place: W-Olympic
Session Chair: Kenna Davis Quinet, Indiana-Purdue University - Indianapolis
Unemployment and Crime; Inequality and Crime: Divergences and Convergences
by: Orlando Rodriguez, Fordham University (Corresponding)
Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Robbed: Inequality in U.S. Criminal Victimization, 1974-1998
by: David Thacher, University of Michigan (Corresponding)
Effect of Socio-Economic Disadvantage and Racial Composition on Neighborhood Homicide: An Application of the Massey-Denton Racial Concentration Index
by: Timothy M. Bray, Illinois State Police (Corresponding)
Determinants of Victimization Among the Homeless
by: Barret A. Lee, Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Christopher J. Schreck, Arkansas State University

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