Session 253: CO10 -> Racial and Ecological Context of Family and Neighborhood Violence
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 9
Place: Amsterdam
Session Chair: David B. Taylor, Niagara University
Neighborhood Structure and Race-Specific Rates of Intimate Assault
by: Amy Thistlethwaite, Northern Kentucky University (Corresponding)
John Wooldredge, University of Cincinnati
Toward a Contextual Understanding of the Connection Between Race and Domestic Violence
by: Michael L. Benson, University of Tennessee - Knoxville (Corresponding)
The Social Ecology of Violence: An Exploration of Contextual Factors in Cases of Youth Victimization
by: Jason L. Davis, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Mari A. DeWees, University of Florida
Lisa D. Holland, University of Florida
Does Living in a Violent Neighborhood Increase Offenders' Use of Violence?
by: Jennifer Castro, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
David B. Taylor, Niagara University

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