Session 222: SO4 -> Neutralization, Learning, and Criminal Embeddeness
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Thursday, November 8
Place: Cabinet
Session Chair: L. Thomas Winfree, Jr., New Mexico State University
Reconsidering Neutralization
by: David E. Huffer, University of Maryland (Corresponding)
Techniques of Neutralization in the Prison Context: Theory of Attitude Suspension Among Correctional Officers
by: Deanna L. Diamond, Sam Houston State University (Corresponding)
Are Special Education Students More Likely to Become Delinquent? Another Look at the Relationship Between Learning Disabilities and Delinquency
by: Jennifer Lynn-Whaley, The Urban Institute (Corresponding)
Specifying the Relationship Between Crime and Criminal Embeddedness During Adolescnce: A Longitudinal Analysis
by: Craig Rivera, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Family Structure and Club Drugs: The Implications of Stepfamilies for 3, 4 Methlenedioxymethampetamine (MDMA 'Ecstasy') and Methamphetamine Use
by: James C. Hendrickson, National Opinion Research Center (Corresponding)

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