Session 218: LS1 -> Gulags, Gallows, and Public Attitudes Towards Crime
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Thursday, November 8
Place: Savoy
Session Chair: Mark Cooney, University of Georgia
Declining Deviance, Expanding Law
by: Mark Cooney, University of Georgia (Corresponding)
Relation Between Trust and Tolerance for Crime: Does Institutional Trust Increase Compliance With the Law?
by: Nancy Morris, University of Maryland at (Corresponding)
Gary LaFree, University of Maryland at College Park
Issue Voting and the American Electorate: The Special Case of Fear of Crime
by: Amy Bunger, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Marc Gertz, Florida State University
Abbe Justus, Florida State University
Tara O'Connor Shelley, Florida State University
Beyond 'Egulags Western Style'? A Reconsideration of Nils Christie's Crime Control as Industry
by: John Pratt, Victoria University of Wellington (Corresponding)
The Role of Law as a Mechanism for Dispute Resolution: An Analysis of The Election Controversy in Guyanha
by: Joan Mars, University of Michigan, Flint (Corresponding)

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