Session 310: GE13 -> Women, Criminality and Risk
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Friday, November 9
Place: Tigris
Session Chair: Helen M. Eigenberg, University of Tennesse at Chattanooga
Incarcerated Women and Role Strain: The Importance of Doing Mothering
by: Phyllis Berry, University of Tennessee - Chattanooga (Corresponding)
Helen M. Eigenberg, University of Tennesse at Chattanooga
Women, Crime and the Risk Society
by: Wendy Chan, Simon Fraser University (Corresponding)
George S. Rigakos, St. Mary's University
Social and Psychological Profile of Adjudicated Girls Involved in Prostitution
by: Nadine Lanctot, University of Montreal (Corresponding)
Melanie Bernard, University of Montreal
Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Through Family and Community Violence Prevention Programs
by: Suman Kakar, Florida International University (Corresponding)
Intimate Violence Among Gang-Affiliated Mexican American Adolescent Females
by: Rebecca D. Petersen, University of Texas - San Antonio (Corresponding)
Avelardo Valdez, University of Texas - San Antonio

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