Session 484: IC18 -> Examining Homicide Across Nations
Time: 5:00PM to 6:30 PM on Friday, November 19
Place: Conv Ctr 108
Session Chair: Ineke Haen Marshall, University of Nebraska at Omaha
(Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology)
Homicide Events in a Global Perspective: Using World Cultural Domains as a Theoretical and Practical Grouping Device
by: Ineke Haen Marshall, University of Nebraska at Omaha (Corresponding)
Ling Ren, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Patterns of Male and Female Homicides in Southern India
by: Sesha Kethineni, Illinois State University (Corresponding)
Beverly A. Smith, Illinois State University
Bowling for Columbine: Murder in Canada and the United States
by: Charles E. Reasons, Central Washington University (Corresponding)
Comparing Objective and Subjective Measures of Economic Inequality as Predictors of Aggregate Homicide Rates
by: Janet P. Stamatel, ICPSR/University of Michigan (Corresponding)

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