The 2003 American Society of Criminology Conference
Tuesday, November 18, to Saturday, November 22

Session Index for the Letter C


C
Session Title Session IDTime
California's Prop 36: Program Status and Evaluation Session 12: CU1 Wednesday at 9:40AM
Can Faith be Studied? Should Faith be Studied? Session 190: CR9 Thursday at 1:00PM
Can Practitioner/Researcher Collaboration Skills be Learned? Session 50: DD1 Wednesday at 1:00PM
Capital Punishment for Juveniles: Developmental Versus Political Arguments Session 42: CU3 Wednesday at 1:00PM
Career Alternatives: Academia, Government and Research Organizations (Sponsored by the Division on Corrections and Sentencing) Session 435: PD10 Saturday at 10:40AM
Career Criminals, Criminal Careers, and Recidivism Session 438: RG26 Saturday at 10:40AM
Careers in Deviance Session 167: LC6 Thursday at 9:40AM
Child and Adolescent Predictors of the Transition to Adulthood: Results From the Seattle Social Development Project Session 368: LC10 Friday at 2:40PM
Citizen Oversight of the Police: Assessing Attitudes and Models Session 254: PL14 Thursday at 2:40PM
Civilian Disarmament and Genocide (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology) Session 65: CH2 Wednesday at 2:40PM
Community and School Based Prevention Session 315: EP10 Friday at 9:40AM
Community Based Prevention Session 342: DD10 Friday at 1:00PM
Community Based Violence Prevention Session 298: RC36 Friday at 8:00AM
Community Policing Revisited Session 47: IP1 Wednesday at 1:00PM
Community Policing: Progress and Prospects Session 287: IP7 Friday at 8:00AM
Community Predictors of Crime and Disorder Session 422: CM12 Saturday at 10:40AM
Comparative Analyses of Criminal Justice Processes and Structures (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology) Session 94: CH4 Wednesday at 4:20PM
Comparative and Cross-Cultural Studies of Crime and Criminal Justice (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology) Session 321: RC41 Friday at 9:40AM
Comparative Cross-National Research: Implications for Theory (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology) Session 312: CJ16 Friday at 9:40AM
Comparative Justice Systems (Sponsored by the Division of Criminal Justice) Session 124: CH6 Thursday at 8:00AM
Comparing Systems of Juvenile Justice (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology) Session 251: JJ3 Thursday at 2:40PM
Constitutional Rights/Correctional Wrongs? Session 332: CR17 Friday at 1:00PM
Constructing Control: Probation Orders and Sentencing Session 69: CU5 Wednesday at 2:40PM
Contemporary Crimes: Terrorism, Cybercrime, and Money Laundering Session 348: RC48 Friday at 1:00PM
Contemporary Issues in Juvenile Justice Session 52: JJ1 Wednesday at 1:00PM
Contexts for Social Learning Session 146: SO1 Thursday at 8:00AM
Continuity and Desistance: Pathways In and Out of Delinquency and Crime Session 53: LC2 Wednesday at 1:00PM
Control Versus Treatment in a Correctional Context Session 357: CR20 Friday at 2:40PM
Controlling Organizational Crime Session 347: RO4 Friday at 1:00PM
Coping With Victimization: Antisocial and Protective Responses Session 303: VT3 Friday at 8:00AM
Correctional Innovations Session 403: IR13 Saturday at 9:00AM
Corrections in the Community Session 97: CR4 Wednesday at 4:20PM
Corrections Outcomes Session 429: DD11 Saturday at 10:40AM
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Criminal Justice Programs and Policies Session 57: QT3 Wednesday at 1:00PM
Court Responses to Domestic Violence Session 43: CU4 Wednesday at 1:00PM
Coverage and Relevance of Juvenile Justice Topics in Introduction to Criminal Justice Textbooks: A Content Analysis Session 372: QL3 Friday at 2:40PM
Crime Investigation and Forensic Science Session 392: PL26 Friday at 4:20PM
Crime on a College Campus: A Test of Social Control and Social Learning Theories Session 26: RG1 Wednesday at 9:40AM
Crimes Against Society Reported in the National Incident-Based Reporting System for 2000 and 2001 Session 222: RC24 Thursday at 1:00PM
CrimeStat2: A Statistical Toolbox for the Spatial Analysis of Crime Session 281: SP7 Friday at 8:00AM
Criminal Justice Drug Treatment Research Studies (CJ-DATS): A Research Cooperative Sponsored by the National Institute on Drug Abuse Session 194: IR5 Thursday at 1:00PM
Critical Cultural Criminology: Refining the Traditions Session 244: CL7 Thursday at 2:40PM
Critical Theories Session 289: CL12 Friday at 8:00AM
Current Perspectives on Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation in Juvenile Intensive Aftercare: Knowns, Unknowns, and Primary Direction Session 293: JJ5 Friday at 8:00AM

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