Session 235: MM9 -> Methodological Strategies in the Study of Drugs and Crime
Time: 12:30PM to 2:00 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Conv Ctr 103
Session Chair: Patrick J. Carr, St. Joseph's University
Effects of Interview Mode on Estimates of Need for Alcohol and Drug Treatment Among Welfare Recipients
by: William Alex Pridemore, Indiana University (Corresponding)
Kelly R. Damphousse, University of Oklahoma
Rebecca K. Moore, State of Oklahoma
The Case for Criminography: Why Criminology Should Pay More Than Lip Service to Ethnographic Research
by: Patrick J. Carr, St. Joseph's University (Corresponding)
Liminal Roles and Interstitial Membership: Issues in Researching Methamphetamine Impact Through Collaborative Settings
by: Melinda Nagai, University of Colorado at Boulder (Corresponding)
Physical Stigmata and Criminal Typing: Exploring Physical Differences Between Offender Groups and Control Samples
by: Magann Jordan, University of Nevada - Las Vegas (Corresponding)
Terance D. Miethe, University of Nevada - Las Vegas
Age, Gender, Race, and Experience: How Interviewer Characteristics Relate to Participation in Survey Research
by: James Carr, NORC at the University of Chicago (Corresponding)
Zhiwei Zhang, NORC at the University of Chicago
Ami Caldwell, NORC at the University of Chicago
Pamela Loose, NORC at the University of Chicago

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