Session 384: CT15 -> Crime in Social Context: Theoretical and Empirical Investigations
Time: 11:00AM to 12:30 PM on Friday, November 19
Place: Conv Ctr 109
Session Chair: Robert D. Crutchfield, University of Washington
Socioeconomic Determinants of Offense Selection: Conventional and Criminal Embeddedness as Predictors of Offense Type
by: Melissa Thompson, Portland State University (Corresponding)
Christopher J. Uggen, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Co-occurring of Neighborhood Crime Theories
by: David Roberts, Temple University (Corresponding)
Delinquency in and out of School: The Similarities and Differences in Predictive Models
by: H. Preston Elrod, Eastern Kentucky University (Corresponding)
Irina R. Soderstrom, Eastern Kentucky University
David C. May, Eastern Kentucky University
School Performance, Neighborhoods, and Crime: The Influence of Labor Market Context on the Relationship Between School and Delinquency
by: Robert D. Crutchfield, University of Washington (Corresponding)
Tim Wadsworth, University of New Mexico

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