Session 92: SI7 -> Labels and Identity: Producers or Inhibitors of Crime, Terror, and Incarceration
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Wednesday, November 17
Place: Conv Ctr 109
Session Chair: Loretta Capeheart, Northeastern Illinois University
Condiciones, Drogas, y Carcel: Life Circumstances and Drug Usage of Latino Arrestees in Miami, New York, San Antonio, and San Jose
by: Loretta Capeheart, Northeastern Illinois University (Corresponding)
Failure and Success in Ex-Con Re-integration: In/Formal Identity/Labeling Issues
by: Rosalva Resendiz, University of Texas Pan American (Corresponding)
Juan A. Garcia, University of Texas Pan American
Labeling Victims: A Theoretical Approach to Sexual/Physical Abuse and Resulting Female Criminality
by: Denise W. Huggins, Central State University (Corresponding)
Female Terrorists in the United States: Are They Just a Function of Support or the Terrorist Themselves?
by: Susan West, University of Arkansas (Corresponding)
Denise W. Huggins, Central State University

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