Session 244: SE9 -> The Effect of Gender on Sentence Severity
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-Cambridge
Session Chair: Paula Kautt, University of Texas at San Antonio
Family Matters: Gender, Parental Status, Severity of Offense and Criminal Court Outcomes
by: Monica J. Martin, University of California - Davis (Corresponding)
Gender Expectations and the Social Construction of Criminal Responsibility in the Insanity Defense
by: Melissa Thompson, University of Minnesota (Corresponding)
Racial Disparity Among Women in Commitment to Pennsylvania's Prisons
by: Roy L. Austin, Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Mark Allen, Pennsylvania State University
Rosemary Gido, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Sentencing Women: Gender Politics and Penal Politics
by: Pat Carlen, University of Bath (Corresponding)
Misdemeanor Sentencing Decisions: The Cost of Being Native American and Male
by: Ed A. Munoz, Iowa State University (Corresponding)
Barbara J. McMorris, Iowa State University
Klhaliah B. Beal, Iowa State University

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