Session 100: RE2 -> Crime in Georgia: Researchers on Crime Who Have Done Studies Using Data From Georgia
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Chardonnay
Session Chair: Dan Lockwood, Savannah State University
Girls in Trouble in Georgia: Who They Are, What They Need, and How the Systems Set Up to Help Them Often Set Them Up to Fail
by: Sandra S. Stone, State University of West Georgia (Corresponding)
The Correlates of Homicide: A Case Study of Atlanta
by: Dean G. Rojek, University of Georgia (Corresponding)
Illegal Southern Culture: Moonshining in the Hills of North Georgia
by: Elizabeth L. Lewis, North Georgia College & State University (Corresponding)
Violent Crime Maps of Savannah, 1993-1997
by: Dan Lockwood, Savannah State University (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Thomas L. McNulty, University of Georgia

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