Session 213: JU8 -> Delinquency Theory Testing and Development
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Thursday, November 8
Place: Amsterdam
Session Chair: Adrienne Freng, University of Wyoming
The Influence of Parents of Children's Delinquency: An Examination of Neutralization Theory
by: Richard A. Dodder, Oklahoma State University (Corresponding)
Self-Concept and Delinquency: The Effects of Reflected Appraisals by Parents and Peers
by: David Brownfield, University of Toronto (Corresponding)
Kevin Thompson, North Dakota State University
Examining Western-Based Explanations of Antisocial Behaviors in a Southeast Asian Country: Preliminary Results of a Longitudinal Study
by: Sheila Royo Maxwell, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
Specifying the Relationship Between Cumulative Poverty and Delinquency
by: Thomas Vander Ven, Ohio University (Corresponding)
Michael G. Turner, Northeastern University
Why Not Ask the Experts: Juvenile Probation Officers' Explanations for Juvenile Delinquency
by: Willie J. Edwards, Texas A & M University (Corresponding)
Ingrid Bennett, University at Albany
Dana Julius, Texas A & M University-Commerce

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