Session 346: SL5 -> The Social Construction of Crime and Justice
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Friday, November 9
Place: Cabinet
Session Chair: Randall Grometstein, Northeastern University
Law Formation in the Post-Bellum Period: Structural Ritualization Theory and the Reproduction of Legal Inequality
by: Jackquice Smith-Mahdi, Oklahoma State University (Corresponding)
J. David Knottnerus, Oklahoma State University
Smoke and Mirrors: Justice Administration as Symbolic Reassurance
by: Ronald D. Hunter, State University of West Georgia (Corresponding)
John Fuller, State University of West Georgia
The Cultural Politics of Private Prisons: Race, Crime and For-Profit Punishment
by: Michael Hallett, University of North Florida (Corresponding)
Narratives of Violent Offenders The Co-Production of Data
by: Lois Presser, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)

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