Session 283: IT2 -> Theoretical Integration: Conceptual Work
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Friday, November 9
Place: London
Session Chair: Terence P. Thornberry, University at Albany
Ways of Doing Integration: Integrating Theories and Bodies of Criminological Knowledge
by: Gregg Barak, Eastern Michigan University (Corresponding)
Process-Sociology as 'The Hinge': Toward Integrated Theories of Crime and Deviance
by: Michael Atkinson, The University of Calgary (Corresponding)
The Development of Research Problems in the Study of Anti-Social and Criminal Behavior
by: Wilma H. Smeenk, NISCALE (Corresponding)
The Prison Novel: A Case for Literary Analysis in Criminology
by: Samantha S. Kwan, University of Maryland (Corresponding)
Theoretical Integration: Has It Worked?
by: Austin T. Turk, University of California - Riverside (Corresponding)

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