Session 119: PP27 -> Race, Delinquency and Violence
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: LaSalle 3
Session Chair: Marvin Free, University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
Considering Community Context in the Explanation of Black-White Differences in Delinquency
by: Carter Hay, Washington State University (Corresponding)
Edward Forston, Washington State University
Dusten Hollist, Washington State University
Lonnie M. Schaible, Washington State University
Identifyiong the Structural Correlates of African-American Killings: What Can We Learn From Data Disaggregation?
by: Charis Kubrin, George Washington University (Corresponding)
Tim Wadsworth, University of New Mexico
Stratified Labor Markets and Disaggregated Violence: A Look at the Intersection Between Race and Gender in the Urban Context
by: Karen F. Parker, University of Florida (Corresponding)

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