Session 381: CL14 -> Intersecting Identities and the Construction of Crime and Justice
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Saturday, November 10
Place: Summit
Session Chair: Walter S. DeKeseredy, Ohio University
Integrating Traditional and Critical Theories: Gendered, Raced, and Classed Pathways Towards Crime, Substance Abuse, and Desistance
by: Rebecca S. Katz, Morehead State University (Corresponding)
BLACKOUT: The Exclusion of White Offenders
by: Vernetta D. Young, Howard University (Corresponding)
The Criminalization of Pregnancy and Public Policy
by: Paula Rector, Northern Arizona University (Corresponding)
Nancy A. Wonders, Northern Arizona University
Abuse in Intimate Relationships as a Barrier to Work for Poor Women: Results From a Canadian Study
by: Shahid Alvi, University of St. Thomas (Corresponding)
Walter S. DeKeseredy, Ohio University

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