Session 28: PC2 -> The Outcome in Juvenile Justice: Factors Which Matter?
Time: 9:30AM to 11:00 AM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Belmont Two
Session Chair: Suman Kakar, Florida International University
Interaction of Age, Gender, Race, and Education on Juvenile Justice Decision Making in Nebraska: The Comparisons of White, Black, Hispanic and Native American
by: Dae-Hoon Kwak, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
T. Hank Robinson, University of Nebraska at Omaha
An Examination of the Effects of Race, Drugs, and Alcohol on Juvenile Justice Decision-Making
by: Michael J. Leiber, University of Northern Iowa (Corresponding)
Kristan Fox, University of Northern Iowa
Joe Johnson, University of Northern Iowa
Race, Gender, and Juvenile Justice: Differences in Disposition Outcomes
by: Lori Guevara, Fayetteville State University (Corresponding)
Denise C. Herz, California State University, Los Angeles
Causes of Disproportionate Minority Representation -- A Pilot Study
by: Suman Kakar, Florida International University (Corresponding)
Examining the Influence of Community Racial/Ethnic Composition in Juvenile Detention Decisions: The Mediating Role of Community Characteristics in Juvenile Court
by: Nancy Rodriguez, Arizona State University West (Corresponding)

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