Session 104: FT2 -> Gender, Crime, and Violence
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Wednesday, November 19
Place: Governors Square 16
Session Chair: Elaine Gunnison, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Fightling Like a Girl: How 'At-Risk' Inner-City Girls Use and Experience Violence
by: Nikki Jones, University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Female Persistence in Criminal Offending Patterns: A Theoretical and Empirical Examination
by: Elaine Gunnison, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (Corresponding)
Gender, Economics, and Crime: Exploring the Effect of Women's Relative Economic Marginalization on the Gender Gap in Offending
by: Mari A. DeWees, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Karen F. Parker, University of Florida
Paths to Gender Equality and Rates of Men's Lethal Violence
by: Rachel Bridges Whaley, Western Michigan University (Corresponding)
Steven F. Messner, University at Albany
Women, Region and Violence: Assessing Regional Variation in Women's Status and Involvement in Types of Homicide
by: Karen F. Parker, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Mari A. DeWees, University of Florida
Rachel Bridges Whaley, Western Michigan University

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