Session 103: SV1 -> Offender Characteristics, Crime Seriousness, and Legal Sanctioning
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Tigris
Session Chair: Kristin Parsons Winokur, Florida State Univ./FL Dept. of Juv. Just
Does Offender's Ethnicity on Crime Scenarios Affect Public Perceptions of Crime Seriousness? A Survey Experiment
by: Sergio Herzog, University of Haifa (Corresponding)
Racial Disparities in Minnesota: The Point of Arrest
by: Sarah Welter, Council on Crime & Justice (Corresponding)
Barbara A. Schillo, Council on Crime & Justice
Leena Kurki, Council on Crime and Justice
Pam Cosby, Council on Crime & Justice
Jose Mangles, Council on Crime & Justice
Crime and the Racial Divide: Convergence and Divergence in City-Level Arrest Rates for African Americans and Whites, 1960 to 1998
by: Gary LaFree, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
Kriss A. Drass, University of Nevada - Las Vegas
Eric Baumer, University of Missouri - St. Louis
A Comparative Gender Analysis of Dispositioal Placements to Florida's Secure Juvenile Residential Facilities
by: Kristin Parsons Winokur, Florida State Univ./FL Dept. of Juv. Just (Corresponding)
Ted Tollett, Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Sherry Jackson, Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Substance Abuse Treatment Outcomes for African American, Hispanic, and White Federal Prisoners: Results From the TRIAD Study
by: Jennifer L. Rounds-Bryant, Federal Correctional Institution (Corresponding)
Mark Motivans, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Bernadette Pelissier, Federal Bureau of Prisons

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