Session 314: CL14 -> Issues in Developing Criminological Theory
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Friday, November 21
Place: Directors Row F
Session Chair: Jonathan M. Wender, Simon Fraser University
Durkheim's Theory of Gender and Homicide: A Precursor to the Liberal Feminist Perspective on Crime?
by: Bruce DiCristina, University of North Dakota (Corresponding)
Naming the "Object" of Criminology: Phenomenological Remarks on the Unity of Theory and Practice
by: Jonathan M. Wender, Simon Fraser University (Corresponding)
Are We Facing Our Problems?: A Thematic Content Analysis
by: Jamie S. Martin, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Tammy Castle, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Kimberly D. Dodson, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
The Importance of Theory in Research Methodology
by: Agbonkhese Shaka Moses, Ambrose Alli University (Corresponding)

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