Session 231: VO10 -> Juvenile Violence: Theoretical Insights and Empirical Findings
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-Victorian
Session Chair: Julia Schwendinger, University of South Florida
Using Criminological Theories to Explain Violent Forms of Delinquency
by: Roger Jarjoura, Indiana University - Indianapolis (Corresponding)
David C. May, Indiana-Purdue University - Fort Wayne
Self-Reported Violent Behavior and Risk and Protective Factors Among 277 Adolescents
by: Patrick M. Clark, National Institute of Justice (Corresponding)
Jennifer Juras, Michigan State University
Male and Female Latino High School Students' Perceptions About Dating Violence: A Preliminary and Exploratory Examination
by: Alisa Smith, Seton Hall University (Corresponding)
Instrumental Theory of Delinquency and Its Broader Potential for Research
by: Herman Schwendinger, University of South Florida (Corresponding)
Julia Schwendinger, University of South Florida
Discussants:
Wilson R. Palacios, University of South Florida

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