Session 341: PP82 -> Gender, Control and Crime
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Thursday, November 14
Place: LaSalle 2
Session Chair: Gaylene Styve Armstrong, Arizona State University West
Trends in Female (and Male) Crime: An HLM Analysis of the Impact of Changing Family Structure on Levels of Violence, 1970-2000
by: Jennifer Schwartz, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Gender, Self-Control, Social Bonds, and Delinquency
by: Spencer De Li, Florida State University (Corresponding)
A Control Theory of Gender Difference in Delinquency
by: Barbara J. Costello, University of Rhode Island (Corresponding)
Helen J. Mederer, University of Rhode Island
Effect of Life Circumstances on Female Offending Behavior
by: Marie L. Griffin, Arizona State University West (Corresponding)
Gaylene Styve Armstrong, Arizona State University West

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