Session 443: RC12 -> Research on Extensions of Rational Choice Theory
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Friday, November 19
Place: Conv Ctr 214
Session Chair: Jeffrey A. Bouffard, North Dakota State University
Individual Difference and the Benefits of Offending in Rational Choice Theory
by: Shamayne Smith, North Dakota State University (Corresponding)
Jeff Bry, North Dakota State University
An Exploratory Study of Rational Choice Theory and Internet Piracy
by: Kelly Wolf, North Dakota State University (Corresponding)
Lisa R. Muftic, North Dakota State University
A Comparison of the Consequences of Crime Among College Students and Adjudicated Young Offenders in a Test of Rational Choice Theory
by: Jeff Bry, North Dakota State University (Corresponding)
Rhonda Bry, Division of Juvenile Services
Shamayne Smith, North Dakota State University
The Impact of Religious Denomination, Attendance and Commitment on Offending From a Rational Choice Perspective
by: Lindsey Bergeron, North Dakota State University (Corresponding)
Shamayne Smith, North Dakota State University

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