Session 66: SI5 -> Recent Findings Concerning Neighborhoods and Delinquency From the Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods
Time: 11:00AM to 12:30 PM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Conv Ctr 204
Session Chair: Akiva Liberman, National Institute of Justice
Racial/Ethnic and Immigrant Differences in Crime: Findings From Three Waves of the PHDCN Cohort Study
by: Jeffrey Morenoff, University of Michigan (Corresponding)
Robert J. Sampson, Harvard University
Stephen W. Raudenbush, University of Michigan
Neighborhood Context, Gang Presence, and Gang Involvement
by: Akiva Liberman, National Institute of Justice (Corresponding)
Stephen W. Raudenbush, University of Michigan
Robert J. Sampson, Harvard University
Illuminating the Downside of Social Capital: Negotiated Coexistence, Property Crime, and Disorder in Urban Neighborhoods
by: Christopher R. Browning, The Ohio State University (Corresponding)
Measuring Arrest Trajectories: Integrating the Use of Self-Report and Official Data Sources
by: David S. Kirk, University of Chicago (Corresponding)
Robert J. Sampson, Harvard University

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