Session 528: IC19 -> Global Perspectives on Crime Issues
Time: 10:00AM to 11:30 AM on Saturday, November 20
Place: Conv Ctr 108
Session Chair: Biko Agozino, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania
(Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology)
Crime and Social Control in West Africa
by: Biko Agozino, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Making Amends: When is an Apology Good Enough? Apology and Reconciliation in Ghana
by: Robert Kwame Ameh, University of New Brunswick (Corresponding)
Asian Culture and Interpretation of Justice
by: Mengyan Dai, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Junhyuk Ryu, University of Cincinnati
Civil Society, Community and Crime in South Africa
by: Susan Smith-Cunnien, University of St. Thomas (Corresponding)
Taxonomy and Theory in Comparative Criminology
by: Frances Heidensohn, University of London, Goldsmiths College (Corresponding)

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