Session 170: RS118 -> Philosophical Foundations of Crime: Explorations in Ontology, Epistemology, Ethics, and Aesthetics
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Clark 1
Session Chair: Christopher R. Williams, State University of West Georgia
The Ontology of Crime: On the Construction of the Real, the Image, and the Hyper-Real in Criminological Theory
by: Bruce Arrigo, University of North Carolina, Charlotte (Corresponding)
Criminological Knowledge and the Paradox of Observational Theories
by: Bruce DiCristina, University of North Dakota (Corresponding)
The Aesthetics of Crime and Crime Control
by: Jeff Ferrell, Southern Methodist University (Corresponding)
The Ethics of Crime: Subjectivity, Freedom, and Boundary Dissolution
by: Christopher R. Williams, State University of West Georgia (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Dragan Milovanovic, Northeastern Illinois University

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