Thursday, November 10, 2011
Justice faculty present at American Society of Criminology annual conference
Justice faculty will be presenting on a variety of topics at the 2011 annual American Society of Criminology Conference on November 16-19 in Washington, D.C.:
"Using POGIL Techniques in Justice Related Classes: Considerations, Caveats and Conclusions
Dr. Allan Barnes
"Do Housing Vouchers Increase Crime?"
"Criminogenic Features of Apartment Complexes: Effects of Place Management"
Dr. Troy Payne
"Self-Protective Measures and Fear of Crime, Social Engagement, Collective Efficacy and Neighborhood Crime Levels"
Dr. Sharon Chamard
"Estimates of Violence against Women in Alaska: Results from the Alaska Victimization Survey"
"Intimate Partner Violence against Alaska Native and Non-Native Women: Estimates from the Alaska Victimization Survey"
"Reporting of Sexual Assault Victimizations to Police: Results from Two Alaska Cities"
Dr. André Rosay and Dr. Brad Myrstol
The American Society of Criminology is an international organization whose members pursue scholarly, scientific, and professional knowledge concerning the measurement, etiology, consequences, prevention, control, and treatment of crime and delinquency.