Session 535: RS324 -> Theoretical Issues in the Study of Homicide: Cross Cultural Perspectives
Time: 9:00AM to 10:30 AM on Saturday, November 16
Place: Clark 7
Session Chair: Christine Alder, University of Melbourne
Men Killing Men: What's Honor Got To Do With It?
by: R. Emerson Dobash, University of Manchester (Corresponding)
Russell P. Dobash, University of Manchester
Kate Cavanagh, University of Glasgow
Ruth Lewis, University of Newcastle
Juan Jose Medina-Ariza, University of Manchester
Child Victims of Crime: Assessing the Theoretical Importance of Gender, Age and Social Context in the Study of Homicide
by: Christine Alder, University of Melbourne (Corresponding)
Homicide in China: Theoretical Implications of Cross-Cultural Analysis
by: Roderic Broadhurst, The University of Hong Kong (Corresponding)
Femicide in Australia: An Analysis of Patterns of Victim/Offender Relationships
by: Damon Muller, University of Melbourne (Corresponding)

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