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

Sessions, Meetings and Events Beginning at 9:40AM on Thursday


Thursday at 9:40AM
Session Title Session ID
American Association of Doctoral Programs in Criminology and Criminal Justice Meeting (Meeting) Session 150: MT13
Caribbean Studies Group Meeting (Meeting) Session 151: MT14
ASC Publications Committee Meeting (Meeting) Session 152: MT15
AUTHOR-MEETS-CRITICS: Gangs and Delinquency in Developmental Perspective (Cambridge, 2003) Session 153: AM3
Theory, Neighborhoods and Crime Session 154: CM6
Offender Risk, Needs and Responsivity: Improving Correctional Services Session 155: CR7
The Political Economy of the Prison Session 156: CR8
False Confessions, Wrongful Convictions, and What to do About Them Session 157: CU9
THEMATIC SESSION: Sentencing: Content and Impact Session 158: CU10
Drug Courts: Factors Influencing Program and Post-Program Success and Failure Session 159: IU5
Technology and Police Work (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology) Session 160: IP4
Law, Rights, Privacy and Human Rights Abuses Session 161: CJ7
Social Control, Punishment and Criminal Justice System Session 162: CJ8
Students and Illocutionary Discourse: The Challenge of Practice, the Benefits of Theory Session 163: CL3
The (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology) Social Construction of Crime and Punishment Session 164: CL4
Expanding the Deterrence/Rational Choice Perspective Session 165: EC1
THEMATIC SESSION: The State of Criminological Theory Session 166: IT3
Careers in Deviance Session 167: LC6
Tenure Workshop (Co-Sponsored by the Division on Women and Crime and the Division on People of Color and Crime) Session 168: PD6
New Directions for the National Youth Survey Session 169: QT10
Issues in Intimate Partner Violence Involving Minorities Session 170: RG12
Adolescent Drug Use and Drug Subcultures Session 171: RC17
Meth, Ecstasy, and Other Club Drug Research Using an Arrestee Population Session 172: RC18
Papers Inspired by Michael Moore's Bowling for Columbine Session 173: RC19
Quantitative Studies of Crime and Victimization Session 174: RC20
Varieties of Homicide Research Session 175: RC21
THEMATIC SESSION: Media Representations of 9/11 Session 176: RC22

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