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Student Presentations at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Conference

The 2014 annual meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences was held in Philadelphia, Pa., in February. Below is a list of student participation.

Panels and Papers

Abubaker, I.  (2014, February).  Female Adaptations to Sociopolitical Turmoil in Alexandria, Egypt.  In I. Abubaker (Chair), A Potpourri of Criminal Justice Issues:  Racial Disparities, Gender, and Strain Theory, Fear of Crime, & Child Abuse

Bender, S. A.  (2014, February).  Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design:  The Latigo Rodeo as a Case Study.  In K. Fralling (Chair), Deterrence and Decision Making.  

Day, B. D.  (2014, February).  "I Didn't Want to be Here Anyway":  Is Suspension/Expulsion a Punishment or Reward?  In G. Janeksela (Chair), School Policies and Delinquency:  Causes and Consequences

Darla, D.  (2014, February).  Group Work as a Pedagogical Tool in Criminology Classrooms.  In S. Merken (Chair), Effective Teaching Tools Every Teacher Should Know.   

Gossett, J. & Wiester, L.  (2014, February).  What do we do?  Research Approaches Studying Intersectionality.  In V. James (Chair), New Advances:  Perceptions of Sexual Violence, Reporting and Feminist Theory.  

Hawkins, P. M. & Stallings, R.  (2014, February).  Juvenile Waivers:  Does Brain Development Inform Policy?  In P. M. Hawkins (Chair), Parens Patriae, Courts, Crime and Children.  

Henry, F.  (2014, February).  Disproportionate Minority Contacts and Police.  In F. Henry (Chair), Police-Minority Relations.  

Kim, B., Stallings, R. P., Merlo, A. V., & Lin, W.  (2014, February).  Coordinators' Perceptions on Criminology and Criminal Justice Doctoral Student Mentoring Programs.  In B. Kim (Chair), Issues in Criminal Justice Education Administration

Kirchner, E.  (2014, February).  The Flipped Classroom:  Teaching in the Digital Age.  In S. Merken (Chair), Effective Teaching Tools Every Teacher Should Know.  

Merken, S.  (2014, February).  Coaching Effective Student Presentations.  In S. Merken (Chair), Effective Teaching Tools Every Teacher Should Know.  

Pikciunas, K. T. & Lamphere, R. D.  (2014, February).  Snapchat, Instagram & Voxer, Oh My!:  Digital Image Sharing, Privacy, & Implications for Child Pornography Distribution.  In J. Johnson (Chair), Crime and Justice in Social Media

Stinson, P., Brewer, S., Englebrecht, C., Liederbach, J., & Mathna, B.  (2014, February).  Police Sexual Misconduct: Arrested Officers and Their Victims. In P. Stinson (Chair), Police Misconduct.  

Stroman, C.  (2014, February).  An Application of General Strain Theory to Juvenile Delinquency.  In C. Stroman (Chair), Falsifying General Strain Theory.  

Wagner, P.  (2014, February).  It's All a Game:  Prison Privatization and PC Gaming.  In R. J. Bigler (Chair), Media Coverage of Murder, Victimization, and Criminal Justice.    

Ward, K.  (2014, February).  Designing Effective Test Questions for Criminal Justice Classes.  In S. Merken    (Chair), Effective Teaching Tools Every Teacher Should Know

Ward, K.  (2014, February).  Jail Reentry: A Review of Programming in Rural and Urban Settings.  In J. Barthel (Chair), Incarceration, Programs, and Recidivism.  

Roundtables and Poster Presentations

Abubaker, I.  (2014, February).  The IRB:  A Challenging Process for Field Researchers.  

Austin, P. F.  (2014, February).  The Steakhouse Restaurant as a Generating Milieu of Norm-Breaking

Gavin, S. M.  (2014, November).  The Effectiveness of the 3R Domestic Violence Program in Reducing Repeat Offending.  

Hassett, M., Phaneuf, S.W., & Cooper, J.A. (2014, February).  Shoot to kill:  An examination of fantasies of violence among gun owners. 

Herrera, L.  (2014, February).  Applying Merton's Modes of Adaption to Examine Strain in Rural Mexican Women.  

Herrera, L.  (2014, February).  The IRB:  A Challenging Process for Field Researchers.  

Kim, H.  (2014, February).  Gender Differences and Risk for Gang Membership Between Asian and American Adolescents.   

Kim, H.  (2014, February).  The IRB:  A Challenging Process for Field Researchers.      

Lee, S.  (2014, February).  The IRB:  A Challenging Process for Field Researchers

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