The 2002 American Society of Criminology Conference
Tuesday, November 12, to Saturday, November 16

Sessions, Meetings and Events Beginning at 3:30PM on Wednesday


Wednesday at 3:30PM
Session Title Session ID
Division on People of Color and Crime Board Meeting (Meeting) Session 123: MT5
Views of College Students on Social Issues and Punishment: Are Criminal Justice Majors Different? Session 124: RS89
Doing and Understanding Gender, Violence, and Fear (Sponsored by the Division on Women and Crime) Session 125: RS90
HIV Risk and Prevention Among Offenders Session 126: RS91
Wrongful Conviction: The Latest Research Session 127: RS92
Youth Violence, Victimization, and Judicial Strategies Session 128: RS93
Evaluation, Theory and Program Management: The Critical Links Session 129: RS94
Black Female Criminologists Taking on the Tough Issues of Race, Crime and Injustices (Co-Sponsored by the Division on People of Color and Crime and the Division on Women and Crime) Session 130: RS95
Studies on the Acceptance of Rape Myths and Sexual Objectification (Sponsored by the Division on Women and Crime) Session 131: RS96
Modern and Postmodern States and Crime Session 132: RS97
Police Culture: Origins and Effects Session 133: RS98
First and Fourth Amendments: Issues and Controversies Session 134: RS99
Cyber Crime I Session 135: RS100
School Safety Session 136: RS101
Correctional Treatment Programs Session 137: RS102
Criminal Events and Criminal Offenses: Issues of Punishment and Displacement Session 138: RS103
Assessing Police Performance Session 139: RS104
ROUNDTABLE: Research on the Line: The Pleasures and Perils of Doing Research as a Researcher Inside a Correctional Agency (Sponsored by the Division on Corrections and Sentencing) Session 140: RS105
How to Survive Graduate School Session 141: RS106
Life-Course Trajectories of Deviant Behavior in the Montreal Longitudinal Studies of Adjudicated Youths Session 142: PP31
Negotiating the Transition From Adolescence to Adulthood: Results From the Seattle Social Development Project Through Age 24 Session 143: PP32
What We've Learned: Lessons of Criminology Session 144: PP33
Gender-Responsive Approaches in Corrections: An Overview of Research, Practice and Programs for Women Offenders (Sponsored by the Division on Women and Crime) Session 145: PP34
Questions of Potential Racial and Class Bias in Jury Selection Processes: Evidence From Pennsylvania Counties Session 146: PP35
Global Perspectives on Youth Victimization: New Directions in Research Session 147: PP36
Discretion in Prosecution and Sentencing Session 148: PP37
School Violence Session 149: PP38
Crime and Education Session 150: PP39
Risk Factors in Human Development Session 151: PP40
Reinventing Rehabilitation Session 152: PP41
Domestic Violence Offenders Session 153: PP42

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