Session 485: JJ26 -> Studying Juvenile Justice Policy: New Directions
Time: 5:00PM to 6:30 PM on Friday, November 19
Place: Conv Ctr 213
Session Chair: Benjamin Steiner, University of Cincinnati
Legislative Waiver Reconsidered: An Examination of General Deterrence
by: Benjamin Steiner, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
Craig Hemmens, Boise State University
Valerie Bell, Boise State University
Juvenile Felons and Waivers, 1990-1999: Bursting the 'Get Tough' Bubble
by: Dean John Champion, Texas A & M International University (Corresponding)
A Self-fulfilling Prophecy: Juveniles Destined for Failure in an Adult Prison
by: Wanda T. Hunter, Southern Illinois University (Corresponding)
An Examination of Juvenile Detention in Four States: Bridging Research and Practice
by: Mary E. Poulin, Justice Research and Statistics Assn. (Corresponding)
Ashley M. Nellis, The American University
Get In, Get Done, and Get Out: Tailoring Evaluation Research for Public Agencies
by: T. Hank Robinson, University of Nebraska at Omaha (Corresponding)
Leigh E. Culver, University of Nebraska at Omaha

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