Session 23: RS20 -> Juvenile Justice Processes and Outcomes
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: Sandburg 8
Session Chair: [To Be Assigned]
An Exploratory Study of the Effects Family Stressors and Structure on Juvenile Justice Outcomes
by: Tricia Klosky, St. Mary's University of Minnesota (Corresponding)
Juvenile Adjudications: A Cross-Cultural Examination
by: Taiping Ho, Ball State University (Corresponding)
Aisha Chism, Ball State University
Do Differences in Juvenile Justice Systems' Processing Affect Subsequent Delinquency? A Comparison of the U.S. and Germany
by: Karl F. Schumann, University of Bremen (Corresponding)
Beate Ehret, University of Bremen
David Huizinga, University of Colorado at Boulder
Amanda Elliott, University of Colorado at Boulder
Explaining Assessments of future Risk: Race and Attributions of Juvenile Offenders in Pre-Sentencing Reports
by: Christine E.W. Bond, University of Washington
Sara Steen, University of Colorado, Boulder (Corresponding)
George Bridges, University of Washington
Charis Kubrin, George Washington University

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