Session 271: SI16 -> Exploring the Relationship Between Disadvantage, Arrest Rates, and Crime Rates
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Conv Ctr 203
Session Chair: Karen F. Parker, University of Florida
Racial Threat, Concentrated Disadvantage and Black Arrest Rates: Exploring the DIrect and Indirect Linkages in 2000
by: Karen F. Parker, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Stephen K. Rice, University of Florida
Brian J. Stults, University of Florida
Economic Fluctuations and Crime: The Effect of Change in Oil Activity on Coastal Communities in Louisiana
by: Asha D. Luthra, U.S. Department of the Interior (Corresponding)
Does the Impact of Unemployment on Crime Vary by Income and Duration?
by: Thomas M. Arvanites, Villanova University (Corresponding)
Robert H. DeFina, Villanova University

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