Session 470: SI22 -> Neighborhood Organization, Efficacy, and Crime: Sources and Impacts
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Friday, November 19
Place: Conv Ctr 210
Session Chair: Ross L. Matsueda, University of Washington - Seattle
The Theoretical Role of Racial and Ethnic Composition in the Production of Social Disorganization and Crime: Concentration, Heterogeneity, and/or Social Isolation"?
by: Susan M. Carlson, Western Michigan University (Corresponding)
Gayle M. Rhineberger, Southwest Missouri State University
Neighborhood Organization, Social Capital, and Collective Efficacy in Seattle Neighborhoods
by: Ross L. Matsueda, University of Washington - Seattle (Corresponding)
Kevin M. Drakulich, University of Washington
Gangs, Race, and Collective Efficacy
by: Andrew V. Papachristos, The University of Chicago (Corresponding)
David S. Kirk, University of Chicago
Crime, Incarceration and the Well-being of Communities
by: Seri Palla, The American University (Corresponding)
James P. Lynch, The American University

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