Session 312: CJ16 -> Comparative Cross-National Research: Implications for Theory (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology)
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Friday, November 21
Place: Directors Row E
Session Chair: Steven Bittle, Queen's University/Law Comm. of Canada
Against Governmentality: Althusser and the Governance of Crime and Its Control
by: Steven Bittle, Queen's University/Law Comm. of Canada (Corresponding)
The Civilized Process, Economic Change, and Violence: An Assessment of the Evidence in England, the Netherlands and the United States
by: Dennis M. Mares, University of Missouri - St. Louis (Corresponding)
Governing Crime in the Countryside
by: Kevin Stenson, Buckinghamshire Chilterns University Coll (Corresponding)
Domestic Violence in Welfare States: A Comparative Analysis of Welfare State Typologies Within a Power Resources Framework
by: Tracey Peter, University of Manitoba (Corresponding)
Rising Crime in Japan? Risk, Reality, Media Representation and the Police
by: Koichi Hamai, Ryukoku University (Corresponding)
Thomas Ellis, University of Portsmouth

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