Session 85: CS3 -> Measurement and Conceptualization of Control Theory
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Summit
Session Chair: Constance L. Chapple, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Gender, Delinquency and Social Control Theory: Addressing a Persistent Critique
by: Constance L. Chapple, University of Nebraska - Lincoln (Corresponding)
Julia McQuillan, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Terceira Berdahl, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
The Relative Effects of Age, Sex and Family Characteristics on Self-Control
by: Trina Hope, University of Oklahoma (Corresponding)
Harold Grasmick, University of Oklahoma
Laura Pointon, University of Oklahoma
Threatened Egotism and Delinquent Behavior: A Preliminary Test
by: Barbara J. Costello, University of Rhode Island (Corresponding)
R. Gregory Dunaway, Mississippi State University
Control as a Form of Exchange: Power and Dependence Effects on Delinquency
by: Theron Quist, Baldwin-Wallace College (Corresponding)
Drug-Crime Link in a Self-Control Perspective: An Empirical Test Among Swiss Juveniles
by: Denis Ribeaud, University of Lausanne (Corresponding)
Manuel Eisner, University of Cambridge

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