Session 576: RS364 -> Social Capital and Youth
Time: 10:30AM to Noon on Saturday, November 16
Place: Montrose 1
Session Chair: John Hagan, Northwestern University
Normative Embeddedness and Ambivalence in Generational Social Change: Social Capital and Urban Youth in Transition
by: John Hagan, Northwestern University (Corresponding)
Ronit Dinovitzer, American Bar Foundation
Ron Levi, Northwestern University
Social Capital Revisited: An Extended Examination of Family Social Capital and Outcomes Later in the Life-Course
by: David E. Carter, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
John Paul Wright, University of Cincinnati
Assessing the Effects of School and Individual level Social Capital Ties on Adolescent Delinquent and Problem Behavior
by: Paul Bellair, The Ohio State University (Corresponding)
Thomas L. McNulty, University of Georgia
Adolescent Social Capital: Contextual and Peer Effects on Behavioral Investment Strategies
by: Thomas Gannon-Rowley, University of Chicago (Corresponding)

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