Session 319: SI19 -> Social Institutions and Crime Poster Sessions
Time: 5:00PM to 6:30 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Grand Ballroom
Assessing the Role of the Strength of Neighborhood-Based Institutions in Neighborhood Rates of Crime {Location 100}
by: Ruth Triplett, Old Dominion University (Corresponding)
Ivan Y. Sun, University of Delaware
Randy R. Gainey, Old Dominion University
Family Functioning as a Predictor of Delinquency Within Racial Groups {Location 101}
by: Yetty Shobo, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Emilie P. Smith, The Pennsylvania State University
Religion's Contextual Influence on Adolescents' Delinquent Behaviors {Location 102}
by: Amy Adamczyk, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
Perception and Data on Violent Hot Spots {Location 103}
by: Wenona Rymond-Richmond, Northwestern University (Corresponding)
Race, Perceptions of Injustice and Contact With Police: A Multi-Method Approach to Understanding and Deconstructing Delinquency {Location 104}
by: Carla Shedd, Northwestern University/NCOVR (Corresponding)
Immigration and Homicide: A Spatial Analytic Test of the Social Disorganization Theory {Location 105}
by: Jacob I. Stowell, University at Albany (Corresponding)
Matthew T. Lee, University of Akron
Ramiro Martinez, Jr., Florida International University
Informal Social Control: Moving Towards a Social Networks Approach {Location 106}
by: Andres Rengifo, CUNY, John Jay College of Crim. Just. (Corresponding)
Institutional Support and Juvenile Delinquency: A Test of Social Support Theory {Location 107}
by: Rebecca J. Boyd, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Exploring the Social Structure: The Impact of Crime on the Developmental Infrastructure of Youth {Location 108}
by: Raphael Travis, Jr., UCLA School of Public Health (Corresponding)
Sources of Informal Social Control in Chicago Neighborhoods {Location 109}
by: Keri B. Burchfield, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
"Why Should we Learn About Crime?" Exploring Perceptions and Fear of Crime Among Recent Immigrants in Waterloo Region {Location 110}
by: Jennifer R. Bernier, Wilfrid Laurier University (Corresponding)

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