Session 414: LC9 -> Crime and Legitimate Attainment: Embeddedness and Capitalization Over the Life Course
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Saturday, November 10
Place: Amsterdam
Session Chair: Ross MacMillan, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Criminal Embeddedness and Non-Criminal Adult Outcomes: Are the Effects of Embeddedness Indelible?
by: Kent R. Kerley, Mississippi State University (Corresponding)
The Early and Rocky Transition to Adulthood in Severely Distressed Households
by: Eloise Dunlap, N. D. R. I., Inc. (Corresponding)
Bruce D. Johnson, N. D. R. I., Inc.
Sport and Crime Revisited: Participation, Capitalization, and Risk of Arrest Over the Life Course
by: Darren Wheelock, University of Minnesota (Corresponding)
Jeremy Staff, University of Minnesota
Ross MacMillan, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Douglas Hartmann, University of Minnesota
Problem Behavior, Job Performance, and Social Relationships: Psychosocial Functioning of Young Men as a Consequence of Different Offender Trajectories
by: Margit Wiesner, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Corresponding)
Deborah M. Capaldi, Oregon Social Learning Center
Mortgaging Futures: Social Support and Life-Course Outcomes
by: David E. Carter, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Lisa M. McCartan, University of Cincinnati

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