Session 344: RC9 -> Empirical Studies of Opportunity, Place, and Offending
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 19
Place: Conv Ctr 107
Session Chair: Jennifer B. Robinson, Northeastern University
Shifting the Focus From "Type" of Crime to the Individual Offender: An Exploration of the Nature of the Relationships Between Place Level Characteristics and the Characteristics of the Individuals Who Commit Robbery and Burglary in These Locations
by: Jennifer B. Robinson, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Sean P. Varano, Northeastern University
Kids and Substance Use: How Do They Have the Opportunity?
by: Amy L. Anderson, University of Nebraska at Omaha (Corresponding)
Offender Age and the Spatial Distribution of Delinquency and Crime: An Exploratory Look at Crime Places
by: Gina Penly Hall, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Re-Examining the Relationship Between Unemployment Rates and Crime Rates From 1966 to 2003 in Taiwan
by: Shr-chi Jou Jou, Department of Corrections in Taiwan (Corresponding)

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