Session 16: ED1 -> Teaching Criminology/Criminal Justice in Various Contexts
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Wednesday, November 19
Place: Governors Square 14
Session Chair: Kim Huisman, University of Maine
Teaching the Victimology of Fraud
by: Lindsay Reed, The University of Memphis (Corresponding)
Hannah Scott, Univ. of Ontario Inst. of Technology
Incorporating Racism Into Domestic Violence Trainings for Police Officers: Problems and Solutions
by: Kim Huisman, University of Maine (Corresponding)
Jeri Martinez, VT Network Against Domestic Violence
Cathleen Wilson, University of Maine
Still the Least Among Equals? Criminal Justice, Institutional Support, and Quality of Education in the 21st Century
by: Matthew C. Leone, University of Nevada - Reno (Corresponding)
Patrick T. Kinkade, Texas Christian University
An Analysis of Survey 2003 in Texas: High School Criminal Educators
by: W. Wesley Johnson, Sam Houston State University
Won-Jae Lee, Sam Houston State University (Corresponding)

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