Session 203: RS141 -> Effects of Neighborhood, Segregation, Disadvantage, and Unemployment on Criminal Justice Experiences and Crime Rates (Sponsored by the Division on People of Color and Crime)
Time: 9:30AM to 11:00 AM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Dearborn 2
Session Chair: Scott Akins, Washington State University Vancouver
Effects of Neighborhood Residence and Experience With the Justice System on Attitudes Toward the Criminal Justice System
by: Kristen Scully, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Todd R. Clear, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Re-Examining the Relationship Between Unemployment Rates and Crime Rates From 1966 to 2000 in Taiwan
by: Shr-chi Jou (Corresponding)
Racial Segregation, Disadvantage and Crime: A Comparison of Neighborhoods in Portland, Oregon and Columbus, Ohio
by: Scott Akins, Washington State University Vancouver (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Scott Akins, Washington State University Vancouver

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