The 2000 American Society of Criminology Conference
Tuesday, November 14, to Saturday, November 18
Track Chronological Session Index
Research Methodology and Issues Track


Session Title Session IDTime
Historical Research on Informal and Formal Punishment Session 28: RM1 Wednesday at 8:00AM
Using Archival Data for Model Testing, Methodological and Crime Location Research Session 64: RM2 Wednesday at 9:40AM
Expanding Our Understanding of the National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS) Session 137: RM3 Wednesday at 2:40PM
Assessing Youth Violence-Related Injury: Data Sources, Gaps, and Directions Session 168: RM4 Wednesday at 4:20PM
The Data Resources Program of the National Institute of Justice Session 243: RM5 Thursday at 9:40AM
Dealing With Uniform Crime Report Data Session 279: RM6 Thursday at 1:00PM
Data Resources of the Bureau of Justice Statistics Session 316: RM7 Thursday at 2:40PM
Statistical Issues in Data Analysis Session 346: RM8 Thursday at 4:20PM
AUTHOR-MEETS-CRITICS: Research Strategies for Secondary Data Session 347: RM9 Thursday at 4:20PM
Methodological Approaches to the Research of Criminology Session 385: RM10 Friday at 8:00AM
Refinements in Survey Methods Session 386: RM11 Friday at 8:00AM
Comparative Research Methods Session 418: RM12 Friday at 9:40AM
Statistical Models in Recidivism Research Session 419: RM13 Friday at 9:40AM
'Driving While Black?' Methods and Preliminary Findings From the North Carolina Highway Patrol Study Session 457: RM14 Friday at 1:00PM
Issues in the Measurement of Crime and Justice Session 458: RM15 Friday at 1:00PM
What's Wrong With Official Crime Statistics? Session 492: RM16 Friday at 2:40PM
Publication, Data Access, and Applications of the National Incident Based Reporting System Session 493: RM17 Friday at 2:40PM
Qualitative Approaches to the Study of Criminal Justice Operations and Outcomes Session 525: RM18 Friday at 4:20PM
Using Unique Analytical Techniques to Look at UCR Data Session 526: RM19 Friday at 4:20PM
Using Qualitative Methods to Access the Inaccessible: Getting at Difficult Populations and Questions Session 559: RM20 Saturday at 8:00AM
Life History Writing: Investigating the Space Between Fact and Fiction (Sponsored by the Division on Critical Criminology) Session 590: RM21 Saturday at 9:40AM

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