Session 173: RC19 -> Papers Inspired by Michael Moore's Bowling for Columbine
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Plaza 2
Session Chair: David Kauzlarich, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville
Quagmire of Violence: The Cultural Linkage of State-Sanctioned and State-Condemned Violence
by: Dawn L. Rothe, Western Michigan University (Corresponding)
Christopher W. Mullins, University of Missouri St. Louis
Criminalising Marginality and Resistance: Marilyn Manson, Columbine and Cultural Criminology
by: Stephen Muzzatti, University of Northern Iowa (Corresponding)
Michigan's Welfare to Work Program: Silver Linings and Storm Clouds
by: Donna Killingbeck, Western Michigan University (Corresponding)
Bowling for Baghdad: The Interstices of Control, Violence, and Democracy
by: Rick A. Matthews, Carthage College (Corresponding)
David Kauzlarich, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville
Ronald C. Kramer, Western Michigan University
Bowling for Capital Punishment: Why Is It a Crime to Photograph an Execution?
by: Paul S. Leighton, Eastern Michigan University (Corresponding)

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