Session 420: SI21 -> Community, Crime, and Victimization: Issues in Social Control
Time: 12:30PM to 2:00 PM on Friday, November 19
Place: Conv Ctr 210
Session Chair: Erin R. Powers, University of Washington
The Importance of Neighborhood Ties to Local Police: An Analysis of Victimization Rates abd Risk
by: Matthew P. Zevenbergen, University of Iowa (Corresponding)
Maria B. Velez, University of Iowa
Assessing the Effects of Neighborhood Context and Individual Drinking Patterns on the Prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence
by: Autumn Pape, University of South Florida (Corresponding)
Amy Zielenbach, University of South Florida
Racial Segregation, Communities and Crime
by: Scott Akins, Oregon State University (Corresponding)
Local Institutions and Crime
by: Erin R. Powers, University of Washington (Corresponding)
Where is the Conflict? The Collaboration and Co-existence of Street People During the 2004 Super Bowl
by: Judith Harris, University of Houston - Downtown (Corresponding)

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