The 2004 American Society of Criminology Conference
Tuesday, November 16, to Saturday, November 20
Track Chronological Session Index
Criminal Justice Policy Track

Session Title Session IDTime
Consequences of State and Federal Criminal Justice Policies Session 29: CJ1 Wednesday at 9:30AM
Researching on Project Safe Neighborhoods: Origins and Impact Session 56: CJ2 Wednesday at 11:00AM
Changing Channels: The Impact of TV Shows and News Coverage on Its Viewers Session 57: CJ3 Wednesday at 11:00AM
Media Coverage of Crime: Framing Impressions and Issues Session 83: CJ4 Wednesday at 2:00PM
The Impact of Criminal Justice Policies on Minorities Session 84: CJ5 Wednesday at 2:00PM
Beyond Descriptive Analysis: Using NIBRS for Policy Relevant Research Session 105: CJ6 Wednesday at 3:30PM
The Interconnections Between Criminology and Public Policy in Africa Session 127: CJ7 Wednesday at 5:00PM
The Presentation of Terrorism in the News Media Session 156: CJ8 Thursday at 8:00AM
Understanding Policy and Punitiveness Across Contexts Session 178: CJ9 Thursday at 9:30AM
Assessing Policy Relevant Programs and Strategies Session 210: CJ10 Thursday at 11:00AM
Criminal Justice Policy Poster Sessions Session 309: CJ11 Thursday at 5:00PM
Criminal Justice Policy in the Making: From Research to Practice Session 332: CJ12 Friday at 8:00AM
Informing Criminal Justice Policy and Practice: The Many Flavors of Research Session 356: CJ13 Friday at 9:30AM
Public Views About Crime, Criminal Justice, and Punishment Session 357: CJ14 Friday at 9:30AM
Citizen and Interest Group Involvement in Criminal Justice Policy Process Session 456: CJ15 Friday at 3:30PM
Explaining Criminal Justice Policy Session 504: CJ16 Saturday at 8:30AM
Politics and Policy: Can Criminologists Make a Difference? Session 525: CJ17 Saturday at 10:00AM

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