Session 86: CC5 -> Convict Criminology Perspective I
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Belmont Two
Session Chair: Stephen C. Richards, University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh
Session Chair: Jeffrey Ian Ross, University of Baltimore
Doing Gender as Structured Action: Women Guarding Men
by: Daniel S. Murphy, Appalachian State University (Corresponding)
Charles M. Terry, Saint Louis University
Greg Newbold, University of Canterbury
Stephen C. Richards, University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh
Restorative Justice and Criminology: Must the Accused Always Apologize and Be Remorseful?
by: Rudolph Alexander, Jr., The Ohio State University (Corresponding)
Poverty and Incarceration: A State by State Correlational Analysis
by: Tracy Andrus, Prairie View A & M University (Corresponding)
Voices From Underneath the Earth: Women and Solitary Confinement
by: Karen Bond, Federal Prison Policy Project (Corresponding)
Annette Kuhlmann, University of Wisconsin College
Getting the Usual Treatment: Censorship and the Marginalization of Convict Criminology
by: Matthew G. Yeager, Carleton University (Corresponding)
Discussants:
James Austin, The JFA Institute
John Irwin, San Francisco State University

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