Session 265: IC9 -> Crime, Victimization, and the State: Comparative Studies
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Conv Ctr 108
Session Chair: Polly A. Smith, William Paterson University
(Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology)
Human Rights and Criminology
by: Polly A. Smith, William Paterson University (Corresponding)
The Chaos of Economic Freedom: A Preliminary Analysis of the Relationship Between Crime and Social Welfare Spending in Rich Democracies
by: Chad Nilson, University of New Orleans (Corresponding)
"Threat" and "Popular Justice" in a Comparative Perspective: A Consideration of Lynching in Contemporary Brazil and Contrasts to the American South
by: Timothy W. Clark, University of Minnesota Twin Cities (Corresponding)
Human Rights and Victim Harm
by: Thomas E. Reed, Eastern Kentucky University (Corresponding)
Lisa Hutchinson Wallace, Eastern Kentucky University

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