Session 190: SI13 -> Religion and Crime: New Insights Into an Age-Old Relationship
Time: 9:30AM to 11:00 AM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Conv Ctr 214
Session Chair: John P. Hoffmann, Brigham Young University
Religion, Views of Human Nature, and Punitiveness
by: Catherine Meyers, Brigham Young University (Corresponding)
John P. Hoffmann, Brigham Young University
Faith-Based Organizations and Community Crime Control Initiatives
by: Shani P. Gray, Indiana University (Corresponding)
Does Religion Help Cope With Distress? A Multilevel Test of General Strain Theory
by: Sung Joon Jang, Louisiana State University (Corresponding)
Byron R. Johnson, Baylor University
Benefits of Participation in a Structured Meditation Program: Initial Findings
by: Melvina T. Sumter, Old Dominion University (Corresponding)
The Prison as Eschatological Metaphor
by: Andrew Skotnicki, Manhattan College (Corresponding)

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