Session 303: WC14 -> Gender, Crime, and Victimization: Issues in the Social Control of Women
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Conv Ctr 103
Session Chair: Alex Campbell, University of New England
Is a Living Death Worse Than a Dying Life?
by: Barbara Todish (Corresponding)
The Regulation of Feminity Through Crime Prevention Literature
by: Alex Campbell, University of New England (Corresponding)
Examining the Gendered and Racialized Nature of Workplace Risk and Compensation in Two U.S. Manufacturing Industries
by: Danielle McGurrin, Stonehill College (Corresponding)
Joshua Fecteau, Stonehill College
Jennifer Brown, Stonehill College
Celluloid Mary's: An Analysis of Depictions of Mother-Blame in Crime Films
by: Michelle Hughes Miller, Southern Illinois Univ. at Carbondale (Corresponding)
M. Joan McDermott, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
Doing Gendered Fear: Considering the Intersection Between Doing Gender and Doing Fear for Women
by: Nicole Rader, Southern Illinois Univ. at Carbondale (Corresponding)

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