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

Paper Index for the Letter U


U
Paper Title Session ID
Understanding and Addressing the Needs of Abused Female Inmates Session 184: CI5
Understanding Firesetting and Animal Cruelty: Risk Fctors and Consequences Session 16: JU1
Understanding Offense Specialization and Versatility: A Re-Application of Rational Choice Theory Session 10: EC1
Understanding the Causal Pathways of Violent Behavior: The Contribution of Prenatal Factors, Cognitive Functioning, and Behavior Problems to Violent Offending Session 365: LC7
Understanding the Daycare Center Cases of the Mid-1980s as a Moral Panic Session 322: SL4
Understanding the Needs of Female Juvenile Offenders: An Evaluation of the G.I.R.L.S. (Gaining Insight Into Relationships for Lifelong Success) Project Session 17: JU2
Understanding the Role of "Witness" in Sexual Assault Cases Reported to Police Session 372: VW15
Understanding Walkerton: Corporate Crime, Deregulation and the Neo-Liberal State Session 250: WC5
Unfairness in the Adjudication of Abused Women Who Kill Session 342: MJ2
Unraveling Fear of Crime Among College Women Session 164: GE8
An Unusual, Illegal Migration: Mid-Career Women Migrants to Greece Session 143: GL2
Update on the National Evaluation of the Safe Start Initiative: Successes and Challenges From the Field Session 142: ER6
Updated Estimates of the Comparative Costs and Benefits of Programs to Reduce Crime Session 317: LO2
Urban Crime Trends and Patterns in Ghana: The Case of Accra Session 261: GL3
Urban Inequality and Homicide: An Examination of the Impact of Gender Inequality on Female Offending Session 145: HO3
Urbanization, Modernization and Crime in Africa: Theoretical and Empirical Explanations Session 67: LA10
Use of Force by Correctional Officers: A Comparison of Public and Private Correctional Facilties Session 329: CI8
The Use of Prosecutorial Discretion in Disposing Domestic Violence Cases Session 159: CT1
The Use of Supplemental Readings in Comparative Criminology Courses Session 403: CH2
Use of Surveys to Assess School Climate Session 255: CP7
Using a Community Policing Survey as a Teaching Tool Session 21: LA3
Using Attribution Theory to Explain the Bases of Public Support Toward the Death Penalty for Juveniles, the Mentally Ill, and the Mentally Retarded Session 388: LA57
Using GIS in Strategic Problem Solving: Identification and Analysis of Homicide Patterns Session 136: CB3
Using High-Definition Geographic Information Systems for Situational Crime Control Session 84: CO5
Using Law as Social Control: Applying Black's Theory of Law to Predict the Presence of a Legal Response to Police Use of Excessive Force Session 298: OP4
Using the System: Incorporating Methadone Treatment as a Temporary Adaptation to Tough Times on a Prostitution Stroll Session 54: AL3
Using Women's Perceptions to Predict Reassault Among Batterer Program Participants Session 173: VW5
The Utility of Institutional Anomie Theory for Predicting Homicide Rates Across Macrosocial Units of Analysis Within the United States Session 347: SA3

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