Session 387: RS232 -> Theory and Ideology in Criminal Justice
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 15
Place: Montrose 2
Session Chair: Peter B. Kraska, Eastern Kentucky University
Theorizing Criminal Justice: An Emerging Infrastructure
by: Peter B. Kraska, Eastern Kentucky University (Corresponding)
The Mouse Who Would Take Over the World! The Disneyization of American Criminal Justice
by: Matthew B. Robinson, Appalachian State University (Corresponding)
Public Opinion on Liberty as a Core American Value: Crime Control Versus Due Process
by: Catherine Jenks, California State University - Los Angeles (Corresponding)
Tara O'Connor Shelley, Florida State University
Justice for Those Who Promote It: Reforming the Internal Justice System of the United Nations
by: Adam C. Bouloukos, UN Centre for International Crime Prevent (Corresponding)
Adrienne Clark, Princeton University

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