Session 289: CL12 -> Critical Theories
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 21
Place: Governors Square 10
Session Chair: Charles E. Reasons, Central Washington University
Wither Critical Criminology? From Competing Paradigms to Multiple Paradigms to ....
by: Charles E. Reasons, Central Washington University (Corresponding)
Edward W. Sieh, St. Cloud State University
Criminology on the Left and the Latino Experience of Crime and Punishment
by: Michael Coyle, Arizona State University (Corresponding)
Dialectics at a Standstill: Transforming Critical Discourse on American Gun Violence
by: Kathleen M. George (Corresponding)
William H. Barton, Indiana University Purdue University
Crimes of the Rich and Poor: The Need for a Critical Comparative Analysis
by: Eileen B. Leonard, Vassar College (Corresponding)
Invisible Stripes? Former Prisoners' Perception of Stigma [Theme ID: TP]
by: Thomas P. LeBel, University at Albany (Corresponding)

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