Session 108: RS84 -> Rational Choice, Routine Activities and Opportunity
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: PDR 5
Session Chair: Jason L. Davis, University of Florida
Situational Crime Prevention Tecxhniques and Occupational Crime: Do Targeting Hardening Strategies Reduce Rates of Employee Theft and Shoplifting?
by: Jason L. Davis, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Richard Hollinger, University of Florida
Gender and Race Differences in Deterrence/Rational Choice Processes: A Consideration of Formal, Informal, and Affective Sanctions
by: Terri L. Earnest, Mississippi State University (Corresponding)
Peter B. Wood, Mississippi State University
Routine Activities, Social Bonds and Campus Crime
by: Roger M. Kern, Eastern Michigan University (Corresponding)
Joseph H. Rankin, Eastern Michigan University
Motivation or Opportunity: Which Serves as the Best Mediator in General Theory of Crime?
by: George E. Higgins, West Virginia State College (Corresponding)
Melissa L. Ricketts, IWest Virginia State College

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