Session 313: TC33 -> Roundtable: Representing and Interpreting Crime and Control
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Grand Ballroom
Session Chair: [To Be Assigned]
Building a Drawing: The Berlin Wall as History, Art, and Commodity
by: Carolyn Master Rickett, University of Texas - Arlington (Corresponding)
News Media and Popular Cultural Representations of the Electronic Monitoring of Offenders in England and Wales
by: Mike Nellis, University of Birmingham (Corresponding)
A Re-interpretation of Social Theory from the Perspective of Hermeneutics
by: Susan R. Takata, University of Wisconsin, Parkside (Corresponding)
Jeanne Curran, California State Univ. - Dominguez Hills
Election Violence: Misidentities, Misinterpretations and Miseries
by: M.B. Pavithra, Prison & Correctional Officers Trng Acad. (Corresponding)
S. Latha, University of Madras

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