Session 486: JJ27 -> Research on Families and Delinquency: New Directions
Time: 5:00PM to 6:30 PM on Friday, November 19
Place: Belmont One
Session Chair: Jeb A. Booth, Northeastern University
Family-Based Social Capital and Serious Youth Violence
by: Joseph B. Richardson, The University of Chicago (Corresponding)
The Influence of Family Context on Serious Offending Among Black, White, and Hispanic Youth
by: Jeb A. Booth, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Teens, Family, and Delinquency: A Gendered Perspective
by: Gini R. Deibert, University of Texas - Austin (Corresponding)
Helping or Hindering? How Families Buffer External Pressures Toward Juvenile Delinquency
by: Megan Kindred Oggero, University of Houston (Corresponding)

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