Session 252: RS171 -> Race, Ethnic Culture and Crime
Time: 11:00AM to 12:30 PM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Cresthill
Session Chair: Walter R. Gove, Vanderbilt University
From the Culture of a Young Criminal to His Criminal Culture. Limitations of Ethnic Culture as an Explanation for Crime
by: Ruben Boers, Erasmus University Rotterdam (Corresponding)
J.D.A. De Jong, University of Groningen
The Relationship Between Race, Self-Control, Social Bonding, and Delinquency: Is There Evidence of Cumulative Disadvamtage?
by: Terrance J. Taylor, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
The Rates of Criminal Victimization Among Blacks and Whites by the Race of the Offender
by: Walter R. Gove, Vanderbilt University (Corresponding)
Gabrielle L. Chapman, Vanderbilt Univ./TN Dept. of Correction
Race, Child Protection, and Criminal Involvement
by: Douglas Skoog, University of Winnipeg (Corresponding)

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