Session 295: SI18 -> Communities, Culture, and Relationships: Implications for Crime and Control
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Conv Ctr 214
Session Chair: Leana A. Bouffard, North Dakota State University
The Generalizability of Social Disorganization Theory Across Place and Crime Type
by: Leana A. Bouffard, North Dakota State University (Corresponding)
Lisa R. Muftic, North Dakota State University
The Role of Family Support and Neighborhood Network in Reducing Violence in an Urban Community
by: Eui-Gab Hwang, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
Carl S. Taylor, Michigan State University
Neighborhood Effects and Informal Social Control
by: Andres Rengifo, CUNY, John Jay College of Crim. Just. (Corresponding)
Whither the Code of the Street? Contrary Evidence From a Comparative Neighborhood Study of Youth, Violence and Social Control in Philadelphia
by: Jamiliyah Gilliam, University of Chicago (Corresponding)
Patrick J. Carr, St. Joseph's University
Is Religion Really That Important? The Mediating Role of "The Family" in the Relationship Between Religiosity and Adolescent Deviant Behavior
by: Lloyd E. Pickering, University of Montevallo (Corresponding)
Alexander T. Vazsonyi, Auburn University

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