Session 73: CJ3 -> Religion and Delinquency
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Wednesday, November 19
Place: Directors Row F
Session Chair: Christopher J. Schreck, Illinois State University
Does Religion Help Cope With Distress? A Multilevel Test of General Strain Theory
by: Sung Joon Jang, Louisiana State University (Corresponding)
Byron R. Johnson, University of Pennsylvania
Family as Moral Community: Does the Effect of Youth Religiosity on Delinquency Depend on the Religiosity of Parents?
by: Chris Bader, Baylor University (Corresponding)
Scott A. Desmond, University of Washington
"Obeying the Commandments": Religion, the Social Bond, and Drug Use
by: Michael A. Cretacci, The Citadel (Corresponding)
Making Religious and Secular Crime Attributions: An Examination of the Effect of Religion and Attribution Style on Correctional Orientation
by: Jody L. Sundt, Indiana University (Corresponding)

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