Session 208: IT4 -> Roundtable: ROUNDTABLE: New Directions in Criminological Theory
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Grand Ballroom
Session Chair: Maureen Outlaw, Providence College
Theorizing Men, Masculinities, and Homicide
by: Vickie Jensen, California State University at Northridge (Corresponding)
An Economic Analysis of the Causes and Mechanisms of Juvenile Delinquency: An Empirical Study of the French Evidence
by: Lorraine Tournyol Du Clos, INED (Corresponding)
Neighborhood Context, Routine Activities, and Intimate Violence: An Investigation of the Interplay of Individual and Contextual Risk Factors for Spousal Violence
by: Maureen Outlaw, Providence College (Corresponding)
Neighbourhood Effects on Criminal Careers: A Longitudinal Qualitative Study
by: Colin Webster, University of Teesside (Corresponding)
How Can Epistemology and Philosophy of Science Strengthen Criminological Research and Theorizing?
by: Richard C. Monk, Coppin State College (Corresponding)
One of the Gang: Concerning the Theoretical Salience of Identity Work in Explaining Peer-Associated Ofending
by: C. William Hall, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)

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