Session 541: RS330 -> Gender and Race in Explaining Crime
Time: 9:00AM to 10:30 AM on Saturday, November 16
Place: Clark 5
Session Chair: Jennifer Castro, University of Maryland at College Park
Gender, Race, and Class Variation in the Effect of Neighborhood Violence on Violent Deliquency: An Intersectional Analysis of General Strain Theory
by: Jennifer Castro, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
A Test of General Strain Theory Using Incarcerated Women: An Examination of Duration, Recency and Clustering
by: Lee Slocum, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
Sally S. Simpson, University of Maryland at College Park
Parental Efficacy, Self-Control, and Delinquency: An Empirical Test of a General Theory of Crime
by: Satenik Margaryan, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Dina Perrone, Rutgers University
Christopher J. Sullivan, Rutgers University
Travis C. Pratt, Washington State University
Gender, Religiosity, and Reactions to Strain Among African Americans
by: Sung Joon Jang, Louisiana State University (Corresponding)
Byron R. Johnson, University of Pennsylvania

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