Session 130: CJ5 -> Future Directions in Criminal Justice Theory
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Governors Square 10
Session Chair: Thomas J. Bernard, The Pennsylvania State University
Conceptualizing Criminal Justice Theory and Beyond
by: Kelly G. Boller, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Utilizing Theory to Explain the Behavior of Criminal Justice Officials
by: Richard R. Johnson, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Explaining Corrections: The Theory Beyond the Treatment
by: Brian K. Lovins, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Retributive Justice Theory and "Foreign" Inmates
by: Denise Nation, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Mengyan Dai, University of Cincinnati
The Applicability of Lipsky's Street Level Bureaucrat Theory
by: Amy S. Weber, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)

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