Session 56: CO4 -> Testing Environmental, Community and Ecological Theories
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Chablis
Session Chair: Kennon J. Rice, North Carolina State University
Meta-Theoretical Resolution for the Contradictions of Shaw and McKay's Social Disorganization Theory
by: Kennon J. Rice, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
Crime, Place, and Space: The Importance of the Spatial Dimension in Criminological Theory
by: Matthew Giblin, University of Alaska Anchorage (Corresponding)
Need/Greed: A Preliminary Examination Into an Economic Theory of Crime
by: Jessie Krienert, Illinois State University (Corresponding)
Mark S. Fleisher, Illinois State University
Experiencing Crime and Disorder -- Lessons From "High-Crime" Communities in the UK
by: Karen Evans, University of Liverpool (Corresponding)

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