Session 392: LC8 -> Life Events and Crime: Processes of Selections and Causation
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Saturday, November 10
Place: Rio Grande
Session Chair: Bradley R. Entner Wright, University of Connecticut
Intra-Individual Variability in Crime and Its Relation to Local Life Circumstances: A Comparison of Three Causal Models
by: Andre Rosay, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
M. Lyn Exum, University of North Carolina - Charlotte
Social Causation, Self-Selection, and Desistance From Offending: Disentangling the Marriage-Crime Relationship
by: David W.M. Sorensen, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Is Marriage a Turning Point in Deviant Life Courses? Endogeneity, Marital Quality, and Involvement in Crime and Deviance in Early Adulthood
by: Ross MacMillan, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities (Corresponding)
Labeling, Life-Chances, and Adult Crime: Direct and Indirect Effect of Official Intervention in Adolescence on Delinquent Behavior in Early Adulthood
by: Jon Gunnar Bernburg, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Marvin D. Krohn, University at Albany
Impact of Substance Use on Criminal Behavior Over the Life Course
by: Jason A. Ford, The Bowling Green State University (Corresponding)

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