Session 164: CL4 -> The (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology) Social Construction of Crime and Punishment
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Governors Square 12
Session Chair: Victoria M. Time, Old Dominion University
Becoming Dangerous in Canada: A Case Study of Regina v. Clark
by: Matthew G. Yeager, Carleton University (Corresponding)
Race in Inverted Commas: The Mythology of Race in Criminological Theory and Lessons From African Fractal Theory of Articulation
by: Biko Agozino, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Accomplices, Accessories, and Punishment Attitudes: The Role of Gender and Education
by: Victoria M. Time, Old Dominion University (Corresponding)
Brian K. Payne, Old Dominion University

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