Session 384: CH10 -> International Issues in Juvenile Delinquency (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology)
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 21
Place: Directors Row E
Session Chair: Joseph F. Donnermeyer, The Ohio State University
An Analysis of a National Survey of School Dropouts in Taiwan
by: W.S. Wilson Huang, Valdosta State University (Corresponding)
Te-hui Tsai, National Central Police University
Huang-Fa Teng, National Central Police University
Shr-chi Jou Jou, Department of Corrections in Taiwan
A Chinese Birth Cohort: Theoretical Implications
by: Paul C. Friday, Univ. of North Carolina at Charlotte (Corresponding)
Xin Ren, California State University - Sacramento
Elmar Weitekamp, Catholic University of Leuven
Hans-Jergen Kerner, University of Tuebingen
Terrance J. Taylor, Georgia State University
Poverty Stricken Youth Breaking the Law: The North Korean Example
by: M. Elizabeth Hoffman, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Where Do Youth Get Their Drugs: A Comparison of Youth From Philadelphia, Toronto and Amsterdam
by: Lana D. Harrison, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
Charles E. Freeman, University of Delaware
Rosalyn S. Sutherland, University of Delaware
Patricia G. Erickson, Centre for Addiction & Mental Health
Dirk Kork, University of Amsterdam

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