Session 367: IT5 -> Theoretical Integrations and Theoretical Developments in Criminological Theory
Time: 2:40PM to 4:00 PM on Friday, November 21
Place: Tower C
Session Chair: David R. Forde, University of Memphis
Push, Pull, Choose: An Integrative Model of Criminal Theory
by: Jacob Young (Corresponding)
Street Youth Predatory Crime: A Test of Control Balance Theory
by: Stephen W. Baron, Queen's University (Corresponding)
David R. Forde, University of Memphis
Differential Labeling Theory
by: Alex Heckert, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Druann Heckert, Fayetteville State University
Does Identity Come From Labeling?: A Look at the Identity Standards of Mentally Ill Criminal Offenders and the Impact of Internalizing Labels on Their Formation
by: Emily K. O'Neill, University of California - Riverside (Corresponding)
Robert Nash Parker, University of California - Riverside
Just Another Analogous Behavior? Testing Links Between Theories of Crime and Injection Drug Using Practices
by: Sarah Henderson, University of Georgia (Corresponding)

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