Session 106: CT4 -> Types of Strain and Crime: Tests of General Strain Theory
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Conv Ctr 109
Session Chair: Stacy De Coster, North Carolina State University
How General is General Strain Theory: Assessing the Domains of Stress and Delinquency
by: Stacy De Coster, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
Lisa Kort-Butler, North Carolina State University
Does a Disjunction Between Expected/Fair and Actual Outcomes Promote the Intent to Commit Crime?
by: Cesar J. Rebellon, University of New Hampshire (Corresponding)
Alex R. Piquero, University of Florida
Nicole Leeper Piquero, University of Florida
Sherod Thaxton, American Bar Foundation
Adolescent Maltreatment, Negative Emotion, Personal and Social Resources, and Delinquency
by: Dusten Hollist, University of Montana - Missoula (Corresponding)
Negative Life Events and Delinquency: An Examination of Mediating and Conditioning Effects in General Strain Theory in the People's Republic of China
by: Wan-Ning Bao, Indiana University Purdue University (Corresponding)
Ain Haas, Indiana University Purdue University
Yijun Pi, China University of Politics & Law

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