Session 313: JJ13 -> Juvenile Delinquency and Justice Poster Sessions
Time: 5:00PM to 6:30 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Grand Ballroom
A Synthesis of Experimental Research on Substance Abuse Treatment for Juvenile Offenders {Location 52}
by: Michael G. Vaughn, Washington University (Corresponding)
A Comparison of the Characteristics of Burglaries by Juveniles and Adults in NIBRS Data {Location 53}
by: Howard N. Snyder, National Center for Juvenile Justice (Corresponding)
Acculturation and Delinquency of Asian American Youth {Location 54}
by: Haiyan Liu, Indiana University (Corresponding)
Fear of Crime Among Juvenile Probationers {Location 55}
by: Jodi Lane, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Consequences of Individual School Interventions for Students With Problem Behavior {Location 56}
by: Paul Harland, NSCR (Corresponding)
Marianne Van de Wiel, NSCR
Wilma H. Smeenk, NSCR
Frank M. Weerman, NSCR
Anne-Marie Slotboom, NSCR
Abstention From Delinquency: A Function of Personality Defects or Moral Choice? {Location 57}
by: Timothy Brezina, Tulane University (Corresponding)
Hate Crimes Involving Juveniles: A Multi-Year Analysis of the National Incidence-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) 1995-2000 {Location 58}
by: James J. Nolan III, West Virginia University (Corresponding)
F. Carson Mencken, Baylor University
Jack McDevitt, Northeastern University
A House Suitable for a Bully {Location 59}
by: Amy Klamberg, McKendree College (Corresponding)
Peer Networks in Schools of Delinquent and Non-Delinquent Youth {Location 60}
by: Frank M. Weerman, NSCR (Corresponding)
Catrien C.J.H. Bijleveld, NSCR
Margit Averdijk, NSCR
Juvenile Sex Offender Recidivism {Location 61}
by: Catrien C.J.H. Bijleveld, NSCR (Corresponding)
Jan Hendriks, De Waag
Factors Associated With Delinquency and Substance Abuse in American Indian Youth {Location 62}
by: Victoria A. Osborne, Washington University in St. Louis (Corresponding)
Arlene Rubin Stiffman, Washington University
The Early Court Assessment and Intervention Project {Location 63}
by: Michele-Lynne Muni, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Self-Esteem and Juvenile Delinquency: Are They Really Related? {Location 64}
by: Youngyol Yim, Metropolitan State University (Corresponding)
Risk Factors for Recidivism Among a High-Risk Delinquent Population {Location 65}
by: Susan E. Eastman, NYS Div. of C.J. Services/Univ. at Albany (Corresponding)
Jorge M. Chavez, University at Albany
Juvenile Delinquency and Later Depression: The Relevance of Adolescent Peer Networks, Life Circumstances in Adulthood, and Adult Offending {Location 66}
by: Sonja E. Siennick, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)

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