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

Sessions, Meetings and Events Beginning at 10:30AM on Saturday

Saturday at 10:30AM
Session Title Session ID
Studying Short-Term Developmental Change Using Qualitative Methods Session 559: RS347
Risks and Outcomes of Juvenile Detainees -- Findings From the Northwestern Juvenile Project in Chicago Session 560: RS348
Public Policy and Funding Implications of Early Intervention Programs Session 561: RS349
New Ways of Delivering Criminal Justice Studies Session 562: RS350
Gender, Juvenile Offenders, and Justice (Sponsored by the Division on Women and Crime) Session 563: RS351
Thinking About Terrorism Session 564: RS352
Controlling DUI Session 565: RS353
Murder Rates and Clearance Rates Session 566: RS354
Thinking About Murder Session 567: RS355
Treating Juveniles As Adults Session 568: RS356
Substance Abuse Assessment and TReatment Session 569: RS357
Organised and White Collar Crime in Emerging Countries Session 570: RS358
School Violence Session 571: RS359
Instigators of Crime and Violence Session 572: RS360
Crime and Immigration Session 573: RS361
Correctional Classification and Prison Education Session 574: RS362
Analyzing Murder and Violent Crime Session 575: RS363
Social Capital and Youth Session 576: RS364
Use of Force: Issues and Controversies Session 577: RS365
Family and Development: Issues and Concerns Session 578: RS366
Program Evaluation: Judging Impact and Effectiveness Session 579: RS367
Rape and Perceptions of Legitimacy Session 580: RS368
The Role of Teen Courts in the Juvenile Justice System Session 581: RS369
The Myth of Mitigation in Capital Cases Session 582: RS370

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