Session 259: DM2 -> Issues in the Measurement of Crime and Justice
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 9
Place: Picard
Session Chair: Colin Loftin, University at Albany
The Impact of NIBRS on the Quality of Homicide Data
by: Lynn A. Addington, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Colin Loftin, University at Albany
David McDowall, University at Albany
Sensitivity of Differences in Survey Conditions on Estimates of Criminal Victimization
by: Brian Wiersema, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
Preliminary Results From the Violence Againt People With Disabilities Pretest
by: Michael R. Rand, Bureau of Justice Statistics (Corresponding)
The Justifiable Homicide Ratio as a Measure of Violent Cultural Orientation
by: Gretchen Daugherty, University at Albany (Corresponding)
An Experiment to Improve the Validity of Self-Report Drug Use Data by Arrestees
by: Eric D. Wish, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
George Yacoubian, Jr., University of Maryland

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