Session 302: VT10 -> Gender, Age, and Victimization
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Belmont One
Session Chair: Kristin Carbone-Lopez, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Domestic Violence: Assessing Contemporary Intervention Methods
by: Dick T. Andzenge, St. Cloud State University (Corresponding)
Anne L. Rychner, Saint Cloud State University
Flora Myamba, Western Michigan University
Rethinking Gender Symmetry in Partner Violence: New Data, New Methods, New Theory?
by: Kristin Carbone-Lopez, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities (Corresponding)
Ross MacMillan, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Candace Kruttschnitt, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Girls Gone Wild and the Myth of the Evil Stepmother: Female Parricide Offenders and the Asymmetrical Distribution of Risk of Homicide for Parents and Stepparents
by: Phillip Chong Ho Shon, Indiana State University (Corresponding)
Sudipto Roy, Indiana State University
Older, Wiser, and Safer? An Exploration of Criminal Victimization Among Older Adults
by: Gretchen Pendell, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Mari A. DeWees, University of Florida
Lisa D. Holland, Univ. of South Florida St. Petersburg
Children as a Gateway: Criminal Opportunities for Domestic Violence by Ex-Spouses
by: Maureen Outlaw, Providence College (Corresponding)

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