Session 510: VO27 -> Juvenile Violence Examined in the Context of Social, Environmental, Cultural, and Legal Factors
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: H-Merced A
Session Chair: Holly Foster, University of Toronto
Extending a Confluence Model of Neighbourhood and Family Effects on Childhood Gendered Aggression
by: Holly Foster, University of Toronto (Corresponding)
John Hagan, Northwestern University
Richard E. Tremblay, University of Montreal
Bernard Boulerice, University of Montreal
Disputatiousness, Aggressiveness and Victimization Amongst Street Youth
by: Stephen W. Baron, University of Windsor (Corresponding)
David R. Forde, University of Memphis
Leslie W. Kennedy, Rutgers University
Experiences of Victimization and Delinquency of Pupils in East Germany
by: Bernd Geng, University of Greifswald (Corresponding)
Role of Education, Labour Market and Social Factors in Shaping the Crime-Age Profit
by: Kirstine Hansen, London School of Economics (Corresponding)
Specialization in Juvenile Violent Assault: The Role of Context (Home vs. School) and Target Selection (Peer vs. Adult)
by: Ryan K. Williams, Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
R. Barry Ruback, The Pennsylvania State University
Paula J. Vardaman, University of Tennessee - Knoxville

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