Session 356: CJ13 -> Informing Criminal Justice Policy and Practice: The Many Flavors of Research
Time: 9:30AM to 11:00 AM on Friday, November 19
Place: Conv Ctr 104
Session Chair: Thomas E. Feucht, National Institute of Justice
The Uses of Ethnography for Policy Makers and Practitioners
by: Ric Curtis, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)
Travis Wendel, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Action Research as a Tool for Advancing Practice and Knowledge
by: John Klofas, Rochester Institute of Technology (Corresponding)
Edmund F. McGarrell, Michigan State University
Affirmative Action for Experimental Research: Why Randomized Experiments Require and Should Receive Special Treatment
by: David L. Weisburd, Hebrew University/University of Maryland (Corresponding)
Keeping the Knowledge Store Stocked: What Researchers Produce and What Practitioners Need
by: Thomas E. Feucht, National Institute of Justice (Corresponding)

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