Session 333: CT13 -> Social Relationships, Social Learning, and Crime
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 19
Place: Conv Ctr 109
Session Chair: Danielle Payne, The Ohio State University
Effect of Neighborhood Problems on Youth's Delinquent Behaviors: Differential Association Perspective
by: Young S. Kim, University of Alabama (Corresponding)
Modeling Peer Influences on Delinquency: Beyond the Direct Contact Hypothesis
by: Danielle Payne, The Ohio State University (Corresponding)
Benjamin Cornwell, University of Chicago
Relationship Between Sibling and Caregiver Criminality and Violent Offenders
by: Lorna Alvarez-Rivera, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Matt Nobles, University of Florida
Capital Connections: Mentors, Crime, and Achievement
by: Carlo Morselli, Universite de Montreal (Corresponding)
Pierre Tremblay, Universite de Montreal
Bill McCarthy, University of California, Davis

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