Session 349: TC38 -> Roundtable: Terrorism and State Crime: Theoretical and Practical Responses
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Grand Ballroom
Session Chair: Jeffrey Scott McIllwain, San Diego State University
Session Chair: Sharon Redhawk Love, Penn State - Altoona
Terrorism and State Crime: A Review of Acts and Perpetrators Within the Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court
by: L. Edward Day, Pennsylvania State Altoona (Corresponding)
The Ineffectiveness of Current Criminological Theories in Explaining Terrorism
by: Sharon Redhawk Love, Penn State - Altoona (Corresponding)
Restorative Justice, Restitution, and the Crime of Genocide: Implications for the 1915 Armenian Massacres
by: George Yacoubian, Jr., McFarland and Associates, Inc. (Corresponding)

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