Session 379: VT4 -> Explaining Violent Victimization: Routines and Lifestyles
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Friday, November 21
Place: Plaza Ballroom A
Session Chair: Angela Gover, University of South Carolina
Risky Lifestyles and Dating Violence: A Theoretical Test of Violent Victimization
by: Angela Gover, University of South Carolina (Corresponding)
Elaborating Toward a General Theory on Violent Victimization
by: Laura J. Dugan, University of Maryland at College Park (Corresponding)
Robert Apel, University of Maryland at College Park
Routine Victimization? A Look at the Dual Roles of Opportunity and Routine Activities in Sex Offenders' Victim Selection
by: Shawna Cleary, University of Central Oklahoma (Corresponding)
Michael Willis, University of Central Oklahoma
Predicting Victimizations Across the Lifecourse With Routine Activities Theory: The Special Case of Older Adults
by: Ronet Bachman, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
Christina Lanier, University of Delaware
Michelle L. Meloy, Rutgers University - Camden
Role of Repeat Victimization in the Explanation of Annual Crime Rates and Trends
by: Michael Planty, American Institutes for Research (Corresponding)

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