Session 306: CM10 -> THEMATIC SESSION: Spatial Variation in Crime
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Friday, November 21
Place: Governors Square 15
Session Chair: Brandon K. Webster, University of Cincinnati
The Structure of Metropolitan Poverty and Violent Crime: Space Matters! [Theme ID: TP]
by: Paul Stretesky, Colorado State University (Corresponding)
Michael J. Hogan, Colorado State University
Amie M. Schuck, University of Illinois at Chicago
The Contours of a Paradigm Shift in Crime and Delinquency: Toward a New Sociospatial Political Economy of Deviancy and Crime [Theme ID: TP]
by: Richard Mancuso, Niagara University (Corresponding)
Southern Hostility: The Southern Subculture of Violence Thesis Revisited [Theme ID: TP]
by: Brandon K. Webster, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Jennifer H. Childress, University of Cincinnati
Darwin G. Morgan, University of Cincinnati
Mengyan Dai, University of Cincinnati
Victim/Offender Relationships at the Ecological and Individual Level: A Study of Aggravated Battery Offenders and Victims in Albuquerque, New Mexico
by: Jerry Daday, University of New Mexico (Corresponding)
Lisa Broidy, University of New Mexico
Cameron Crandall, University of New Mexico

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