Session 397: SA16 -> The Intersection of Drugs and Violence: Understanding Their Relationship
Time: 11:00AM to 12:30 PM on Friday, November 19
Place: Conv Ctr 207
Session Chair: Lana D. Harrison, University of Delaware
Hanging Out Late at Night: An International Study of Drug-related Violence Among Juvenile Detainees and Dropouts
by: Lana D. Harrison, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
Patricia G. Erickson, Centre for Addiction & Mental Health
Dirk Korf, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Charles E. Freeman, University of Delaware
Violent Victimization Among Male and Female Heroin Users: Risk Factor Differences
by: Dixie Jasun Koo, University of Miami (Corresponding)
Dale D. Chitwood, University of Miami
Jesus Sanchez, University of Miami
The Dynamic Nature of the Drug Use Serious Violence Relationship
by: Joe Kuhns, Univ. of North Carolina at Charlotte (Corresponding)
Prisoners of War or Violent Offenders? Are Offenders, Who are Under the Influence of Crack Cocaine, More Likely to Engage in Violent Offenses Than Their Powder Cocaine Counterparts?
by: Margaret E. Leigey, University of Delaware (Corresponding)

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