Session 251: RS170 -> Deliquency Development and Specialization: Looking at Gender and Age
Time: 11:00AM to 12:30 PM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Clark 10
Session Chair: Mark Asbridge, University of Toronto
Using Econometrics to Test Gender Differences in Delinquency: Different Effects or Different Exposure?
by: Daniel J. O'Connell, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
Christine A. Eith, University of Delaware
Steven S. Martin, University of Delaware
Do Birds of a Feather Cluster Together? The Versatility and Specialization of Adolescent Deviance
by: Mark Asbridge, University of Toronto (Corresponding)
Methodological Issues in Longitudinal Research Designs: An Assessment of the National Youth Survey's Delinquency Measures and the Age-Crime Curve
by: David S. Kirk, University of Chicago (Corresponding)
Criminology of the Adult First Offender
by: Miles D. Harer, The U.S. Sentencing Commission (Corresponding)

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