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

Sessions, Meetings and Events Beginning at 11:00AM on Wednesday


Wednesday at 11:00AM
Session Title Session ID
Drug Use and Crime Session 63: RS49
Improving Evaluation of Juvenile Drug Courts: Recommendations From the NIJ National Evaluation of Juvenile Drug Courts Projects Session 64: RS50
Feminist/Critical Perspectives on Punishment and Treatment II (Sponsored by the Division on Women and Crime) Session 65: RS51
Reforming Parole: New Thinking About This Important Component of the Criminal Justice System Session 66: RS52
Recent Findings From the Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency: Parenting, Bullying, and Homicide Session 67: RS53
Prison-Based Substance Abuse Treatment: The California Experience Session 68: RS54
Multilevel Analyses of Neighborhood Influences on Individuals' Behavior and Experiences Session 69: RS55
"Reluctant" Victims/Witnesses? Battered Women's Use of the Criminal Processing System Session 70: RS56
Court Responses to Violence Against Women (Sponsored by the Division on Women and Crime) Session 71: RS57
Examining Geographic Patterns in Arrestee Involvement in Drugs Session 72: RS58
Gangs, Prisons and Membership Session 73: RS59
Capital Punishment: Waiting and Dying Session 74: RS60
Issues In Community Policing Session 75: RS61
White Collar Crime: Causes and Impact Session 76: RS62
Explaining Organised Crime Session 77: RS63
Burglary, Robbery and Theft Session 78: RS64
Assessing Youth in Custody Session 79: RS65
ROUNDTABLE: Prison Research Priorities: A Comparative Perspective From the United States, Canada and France (Sponsored by the Division on Corrections and Sentencing) Session 80: RS66
Violations and Violence by Prison Inmates Session 81: RS67
Graduate Student Round Table 1: Research and Policing Session 82: RS68
Judges' View of Criminology Session 83: RS69
Putting a Face on Death II: Feminist and Critical Examinations of Capital Punishment Session 84: PP12
Strain and Crime: Papers in Honor of Richard A. Cloward Session 85: PP13
Individual and Ecological Factors in Youth Crime: Current Findings From Chicago's Institute for Juvenile Research Session 86: PP14
Computer Crime Analysis and DNA Data Banks Session 87: PP15
Alternative Explanations of Desistance Session 88: PP16
Youth, Gangs and Crime Session 89: PP17
Understanding Crime, One Type of Crime at a Time Session 90: PP18
Fairness, Effectiveness and Causes of Sanctions Against Police Session 91: PP19

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