Session 31: CO1 -> The Social Ecology of School Violence
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Amsterdam
Session Chair: Dennis Jay Kenney, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
What Do Schools Have to Do With School Violence? Dis- and Re-Entangling Person, Organization, and Community Factors
by: Mercer Sullivan, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Physical Environment and Crime in Kentucky Schools
by: Pamela Wilcox, University of Kentucky (Corresponding)
Michelle Campbell Augustine, University of Kentucky
The Routine Activities of Youth: The Importance of Place and Time in Understanding Violence in and Around Schools
by: Caterina Gouvis, The Urban Institute (Corresponding)
Integrating Social Disorganization and Routine Activities Theories: The Importance of School-Level Time Use for Explaining Individual-Level Delinquency
by: Amy L. Anderson, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
D. Wayne Osgood, Pennsylvania State University
The Effects of School Structure and Disorganization on Violent Crime in Kentucky Schools
by: Michelle Campbell Augustine, University of Kentucky (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Dennis Jay Kenney, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

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