The 2001 American Society of Criminology Conference
Tuesday, November 6, to Saturday, November 10

Paper Index for the Letter B

Paper Title Session ID
Balancing Act: The Role of Cottage Staff in a State Training School Session 168: JJ9
Balancing Interests and Monitoring Performance: Encouraging Systemic Change to Serve Victims of Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment Session 142: ER6
Barriers to Effective Law Enforcement in Africa Session 13: GL1
Barriers to Inmate Education: Factors That Affect the Dynamics of a Prison Education Program Session 35: CI2
Bars, Neighborhoods and Crime Session 229: CO8
Battered Woman Syndrome: Use by Prosecutors Session 46: LA8
Battered Women as Offenders: In Their Own Words Session 190: GE10
Batterer Intervention Programs: How Successful is "Success"??? Session 373: VW16
Be Careful What You Wish For: Empirical Realities of Punishing Juveniles as Adults Session 66: JJ4
Beating the Man: Detoxing as Subterfuge Session 156: AL7
Behavioral Problems and Outcomes of Federal Offenders Under Community Supervision, 1995-2000 Session 402: CB14
Behind the Booster: A Typology of Shoplifters Session 395: PC1
Best Practices Model: The Use of "Courtesy Officers" in the Protection of Commercial Residential Property Session 395: PC1
Between Sex Differences: The Impact of Neighborhood Level Variables on Crime Session 22: LA4
Beyond 'Egulags Western Style'? A Reconsideration of Nils Christie's Crime Control as Industry Session 218: LS1
Beyond Political Culture: Community-Level Explanations of Police Session 377: PO12
Beyond Stafford and Warr's Reconceptualization of Deterrence: Personal and Vicarious Experiences, Impulsivity, and Offending Behavior Session 111: EC2
Beyond the Walls of the Laboratory: Judge and Jury Interpretations, Perception, and Understanding of DNA Evidence Session 314: LA48
A Biological Evolutionary Theory of Retribution Session 2: BI1
The Birth of the Post-Rehabilitative Prison: A Case Study of Arizona's Penal System Session 58: CI3
Black Women's Experience of the British Criminal Justice System (CJS) Session 71: LA14
BLACKOUT: The Exclusion of White Offenders Session 381: CL14
Blending Research and Practice in Criminal Justice Research: NIDA's Research Agenda Session 408: DP7
The Body Brokers: Organized Crime and Organ Trafficking Session 154: TE3
Bouncers, Violence and Risk in the Policing of Drinking Establishments Session 45: LA7
Breach of Trust: Prospects for Restoring Public Confidence in the Colombian Police Session 352: PO11
Breaking Cycles: Preventing and Reducing Delinquency in San Diego County Session 90: JU4
Breaking the Cycle: Findings on Implementation and Impact Session 189: ER7
Bridgestone-Firestone, Ford and the FTA: State-Corporate Crime in the Tire Tread Separation Cases Session 230: CL9
Bridging the Information Divide Between Criminal Justice Research and Policymakers: Examining the Impact of the Florida Campaign on Racial Disparity in the Juvenile Justice System on the Perception of Participants Session 221: RP8
Bring the Victim Back in? The Experiences of Victims of Juvenile Crime in Philadelphia Session 379: CP10
Bringing Back the Children: An Examination of Prenatal Factors on Life-Course Offending Session 124: LC1
Bringing Incarcerated Juveniles and College Students Together: An Outcome and Process Evaluation of a Collaborative Course Session 139: CJ4
British Punitiveness and the Negation of Subjectivity Session 331: CL12
"Broken Windows": Probation Session 77: RP3
Broken Windows, Collective Efficacy, and Community Policing: An Ethnographic Study on Chicago's South Side Session 352: PO11
The Build-Up of U.S. Prisons, 1930 to 2000 Session 119: LA25
Building a Curriculum for the 21st Century: Crime, Criminal Justice and Information Technology Session 108: CJ3
Burglaries and CPTED: A Residence and neighborhood Assessment Session 36: CP2

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