Session 216: RS154 -> Innovations in Gang Crime Research
Time: 9:30AM to 10:50 AM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Sandburg 4
Session Chair: Thomas McAninch, Scott Community College
Economics of Gang Life Revisited: Rethinking the Influence of Gang Activity on Individual and Group Economic Gain
by: Andrew V. Papachristos, The University of Chicago (Corresponding)
The Vice Lords After Four Decades: A Criminological Analysis
by: George W. Knox, Chicago State University (Corresponding)
Security Threat Groups: The Threat Posed by White Supremacist Organizations
by: Gregg W. Etter, Sedgewick County Sheriff's Department (Corresponding)
Gang Crime in the Work Place
by: Michael J. Witkowski, University of Detroit - Mercy (Corresponding)
Robert J. Homant, University of Detroit - Mercy
Discussants:
Curtis J. Robinson, California State University - Stanislaus

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