Session 115: RC2 -> New Directions in Environmental Criminology
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Conv Ctr 108
Session Chair: Kate J. Bowers, University College London
Mapping It All Out: An Attempt to Unify Some Theories of Crime Patterns
by: Kate J. Bowers, University College London (Corresponding)
Shane D. Johnson, University College London
Ken Pease, University College London
Moving Targets: Mobility Triangles in Philadelphia Homicides
by: Patrick McConnell, Temple University (Corresponding)
Kathleen Auerhahn, Temple University
Expanding Mobility Triangles: An Exploration of New Typologies
by: Elizabeth R. Groff, Institute for Law and Justice (Corresponding)
J. Thomas McEwen, Institute for Law and Justice
Routine Activities Theory -- the Recently Critiqued Version's Application to Today's Society
by: Katie Otermat, University of South Florida (Corresponding)
Laura Hanson, University of South Florida

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