Session 580: VO31 -> Understanding Juvenile Violence: The Roles of Family, Firearms, and Societal Failure
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Saturday, November 18
Place: W-Colonial
Session Chair: Stephen Demuth, Bowling Green State University
Family Structure Effects on Adolescent Delinquency
by: Stephen Demuth, Bowling Green State University (Corresponding)
Susan L. Brown, The Bowling Green State University
Severe Sibling Abuse: Comparisons With Sibling Physical Conflict and Other Juvenile Violence
by: Vickie Jensen, California State University at Northridge (Corresponding)
Shelley Eriksen, California State University - Long Beach
American Killers Are Armed, Dangerous and Youthful
by: Juliana Benjamin, University of Baltimore (Corresponding)
Politics of Scapegoatism: The Juvenile Case in America
by: Christian C. Onwudiwe, Youngstown State University (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Joseph H. Rankin, Eastern Michigan University

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