Session 336: PP77 -> Explaining the Gender-Crime Relationship: Power-Control and Other Perspectives
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Thursday, November 14
Place: LaSalle 5
Session Chair: Brenda Sims Blackwell, Georgia State University
Investigating the Within-Individual Changes of Attitudinal Measures of Patriarchy: Implications for Power-Control Theory
by: Michael G. Turner, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Jennifer L. Hartman, Univ. of North Carolina at Charlotte
Brenda Sims Blackwell, Georgia State University
Does Gender Matter? A Study of Gender and Adolescent Offending
by: Per-Olof H. Wikstrom, Cambridge University (Corresponding)
Robert Svensson, University of Stockholm
Examining the Inter-Generational Transmission of Patriarchy: Results From a National Sample
by: Jennifer L. Hartman, Univ. of North Carolina at Charlotte (Corresponding)
Michael G. Turner, Northeastern University
Brenda Sims Blackwell, Georgia State University
Power-Control and the Gender-Crime Relationship: Does Low Self-Control Intervene?
by: Brenda Sims Blackwell, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
Alex R. Piquero, University of Florida
Discussants:
John Hagan, Northwestern University

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