Session 303: CO11 -> Community Efficacy: Mobilizing Human and Social Capital
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Friday, November 9
Place: Rio Grande
Session Chair: Christopher R. Browning, The Ohio State University
Social Ties, Collective Efficacy, and Urban Crime
by: Christopher R. Browning, The Ohio State University (Corresponding)
Re-Entry Success, Social Support and Social Networks Among Ex-Prisoners
by: Patrick M. Clark, National Institute of Justice (Corresponding)
Community Building, Collaborative Problem Solving and Community Justice as Social Movements That Increase Social Capital, Decrease Crime, and Improve Quality of Life
by: Arnold K. Sherman, Baltimore, Maryland MOCJ (Corresponding)
Antony M. Pate, COSMOS Corporation
Exploring the Dimensionality of Community Capacity
by: Brian C. Renauer, Portland State University (Corresponding)
Jason D. Scott, University at Albany

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