Session 341: CL15 -> Is There a Criminology Strong Enough to Confront U.S. Empire?: Part III-Personal Transformation Issues
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Friday, November 21
Place: Governors Square 10
Session Chair: Larry Tifft, Central Michigan University
The Relevance of Richard Quinney's Writings on Peacemaking: Criminology Toward Personal and Social Transformation
by: John F. Wozniak, Western Illinois University (Corresponding)
Reforming Ourselves First: Personal Transformation and Peacemaking Criminology
by: John Randolph Fuller, State University of West Georgia (Corresponding)
Utilizing Issues of Personal Transformation to Confront the U.S. Empire: Obstacles and Opportunities
by: Alan Mobley, University of California, Irvine (Corresponding)
Randall G. Shelden, University of Nevada - Las Vegas
Prerequisite for a Global Justice Based in Needs: The Awakening of Self
by: Dennis Sullivan, Institute for Economic/Restorative Just. (Corresponding)
Patrick Shields
Peacemaking as Personal Transformation
by: Hal Pepinsky, Indiana University (Corresponding)
Critical Criminology and the Individual Life
by: Shadd Maruna, University of Cambridge (Corresponding)
Changing View of Justice: An Examination of Children's Literature Over Time
by: Lisa Trubitt, University at Albany (Corresponding)

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