Session 165: RS113 -> Varieties of Homicide Research
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 14
Place: LaSalle 1
Session Chair: M. Dwayne Smith, University of South Florida
Taking a Long Time to Die: A Study of Time Between Homicide Injury and Death
by: Marc Riedel, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale (Corresponding)
Time Passages: Historical Relationships Between Crime and Violence Rates in the United States and Their Usefulness in Forecasting Future Relationships
by: Candice Batton, University of Nebraska at Omaha (Corresponding)
John P. Jarvis, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Predicting Lethal Versus Non-Lethal Outcomes: The Impact of Offender and Offense Characteristics on Violent Incidents
by: Gregory S. Weaver, Auburn University (Corresponding)
Janice E. Clifford-Wittekind, Auburn University
Thomas A. Petee, Auburn University
Lin Huff-Corzine, University of Central Florida
Jay Corzine, University of Central Florida
Situational Clustering in Homicide
by: Wendy C. Regoeczi, Cleveland State University (Corresponding)
Terance D. Miethe, University of Nevada - Las Vegas
Patterns of Murder in Death Penalty Cases: Not Necessarily What You Think
by: M. Dwayne Smith, University of South Florida (Corresponding)
Beth Bjerregaard, University of North Carolina - Charlotte
Sondra J. Fogel, University of South Florida

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