Session 364: RC10 -> Macro- and Micro-Studies of Deterrence
Time: 9:30AM to 11:00 AM on Friday, November 19
Place: Belmont Three
Session Chair: Sharon E. Chamard, University of Alaska Anchorage
Corporate Self-Policing and the Environment: Factors Predicting Self-Disclosure of Clean Air Act Violations Under the Environmental Protection Agency's Audit Policy
by: Paul Stretesky, Colorado State University (Corresponding)
Crime and Crime-control in U.S. Communities: A Macrosocial Test of Liska's Integrated Conflict-rational choice Model
by: Stephen W. Verrill, University of South Florida (Corresponding)
John K. Cochran, University of South Florida
Mitchell B. Chamlin, University of Cincinnati
The Social Ecology of Deterrence
by: Sharon E. Chamard, University of Alaska Anchorage (Corresponding)
Brad A. Myrstol, University of Alaska Anchorage
Assessing the Specific Deterrent Effect of Arrest for Patronizing a Prostitute
by: Devon D. Brewer, Interdisciplinary Scientific Research (Corresponding)
John J. Potterat, Independent Consultant
Stephen Q. Muth, Quintus - ential Solutions

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