Session 222: PP49 -> Research Methods and Crime
Time: 9:30AM to 11:00 AM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Clark 7
Session Chair: Lana D. Harrison, University of Delaware
A Preliminary Report on the Validity of Self-Reported Tobacco and Marijuana Use in the NHSDA
by: Lana D. Harrison, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
Steven S. Martin, University of Delaware
Methodological Problems in Conducting a Longitudinal Self-Report Telephone Survey of Juvenile Justice Youth
by: Jessamyn Tracy, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Christine Arazan, Florida State University
Thomas G. Blomberg, Forida State University
Using NIBRS Data to Model the Predictive Ability of Case Based Reasoning for Repeat Victimizations
by: Cynthia Blackburn Line, Rowan University (Corresponding)
Michael Redmond, La Salle University
What Do We Know about Inequality and Crime? A Comparison of Meta-Analysis and Qualitative Analysis
by: Orlando Rodriguez, Fordham University (Corresponding)

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