Session 261: GL3 -> Comparative Historical and Cross-Cultural Studies of Crime (Sponsored by Division of International Criminology)
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 9
Place: Chardonnay
Session Chair: Diana R. Gordon, John Jay College, CUNY
Colonial Past, Global Future: Challenges to Crime Control Policy in South Africa
by: Diana R. Gordon, John Jay College, CUNY (Corresponding)
Role of Xenophobia in the Perception of Crime: A Cross Cultural Comparison, United States, Russia, and Syria
by: Donald Hugh Smith, Old Dominion University (Corresponding)
Jon Sterling Smith, ACTR
Organization for Service: A Comparison of Youth Institutions in Michigan and South Africa
by: James G. Houston, Grand Valley State University (Corresponding)
Johann Prinsloo, University of South Africa
Urban Crime Trends and Patterns in Ghana: The Case of Accra
by: Joseph Appiahene-Gyamfi, University of Texas - Pan American (Corresponding)

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