Don't Miss Kendall Hunt at American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting

November 2, 2018

BY: Kendall Hunt

Don't miss out on any of our Kendall Hunt author presentations at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting! 

Wednesday, November 14

8-9:20am

Marriott, M101, Marquis Level

The Impact of Poor Governance and Country Risk on Stagnant Economic Growth and Tribal Distance

Victoria Time, Old Dominion University

 

Marriott, L507, Lobby Level

Social Constructions and Representations of Crime, Criminals, and Subcultures Over Time

David Hughes McElreath, University of Mississippi

Daniel Adrian Doss, University of West Alabama

Jeff Van Slyke, Jacksonville State University

Ashley Wellman, University of Central Missouri

 

Marriott, M108, Marquis Level

Causes and Consequences of Inequality Among Formerly Incarcerated

Lior Gideon, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

 

9:30 – 10:50am

Marriott, M101, Marquis Level

Integrative Approaches to Criminological Theory

Kevin Beaver, Florida State University

 

2:00-3:20pm

Marriott, A705, Atrium Level

Biosocial and Developmental Research in Criminology

Kevin Beaver, Florida State University

 

3:30-4:50pm

Marriott, L404, Lobby Level

Advances in Sexual Offense Policy Research: Legal Issues

Christina Mancini, Virginia Commonwealth University

 

5-6:20pm

Marriott, M304, Marquis Level

Challenges in Correctional and Drug Policies from an International Perspective

Melchor de Guzman, Georgia Gwinnett College

 

 

 

Thursday, November 15

8-9:30am

Marriott, International 2, International Level

Global Victimization

David Hughes McElreath, University of Mississippi

Daniel Adrian Doss, University of West Alabama

Leisa Stuart McElreath, Mississippi Crime Stoppers Board

Ashley Wellman, University of Central Missouri

Ashley McElreath Lindsley, Southern Illinois University

 

12:30-1:50pm

Marriott, L404, Lobby Level

Authors Meet Critics: Living Under Sex Offense Laws: Consequences for Offenders and their Families

Christina Mancini, Virginia Commonwealth University

 

Marriott, Area 5, Skyline Level

Roundtable: Rooted in Experience – Convict Criminology

J. Renee Trombley, Claflin University

 

Marriott, L402, Lobby Level

Author Meets Critics: The Evolution of the Juvenile Court

Megan Kurlychek, University at Albany, SUNY

 

Marriott, L403, Lobby Level

Psychological Factors in the Prediction of Persistence and Desistance

Kevin Beaver, Florida State University

 

2-3:20pm

Marriott, Area 4, Skyline Level

Roundtable: Images of Issues: The International Criminal Court and Africa Invigorated

Obi N. Ebbe, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

 

3:30-4:50pm

Marriott, L401, Lobby Level

Criminology School in Bialystok (Poland) – New Ways of Research Development

Obi N. Ebbe, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

5-6:20pm

Marriott, A708, Atrium Level

Trends in Victimization and Incident Reporting and Recording

David Hughes McElreath, University of Mississippi

Daniel Adrian Doss, University of West Alabama

Jeff Van Slyke, Jacksonville State University

Leisa Stuart McElreath, Mississippi Crime Stoppers Board

Ashley Wellman, University of Central Missouri

Ashley McElreath Lindsley, Southern Illinois University

 

Friday, November 16

12:30-1:50pm

Marriott, Area 8, Skyline Level

Roundtable: Methodological Approaches in Conducting Comparative Studies

Timothy Austin, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

 

Marriott, M107, Marquis Level

Technology and the Situational Study of Crime

Melchor de Guzman, Georgia Gwinnett College

 

Marriott, Area 7, Skyline Level

Roundtable: Meet the Real Experts: Voices of the Formerly Incarcerated

J. Renee Trombley, Claflin University

 

Marriott, International 3, International Level

The Faces of #MeToo #TimesUp: Recognizing, Acknowledging, and Empowering the Victims of Sexual Assault

Ashley Wellman, University of Central Missouri

 

2-3:20pm

Marriott, International 1, International Level

Implementing and Evaluating Reforms to Juvenile Justice Policies and Practices

Megan Kurlychek, University at Albany, SUNY

 

3:30-4:50pm

Marriott, L404, Lobby Level

Issues Facing Jail Inmates and Staff

Matt DeLisi, Iowa State University

 

Marriott, L503, Lobby Level

Moving Forward/Going Back: Social Movements and Crime

Carter F. Smith, Middle Tennessee State University

 

Saturday, November 17

8-9:20am

Marriott, L405, Lobby Level

Opioid Use: Correlates, Consequences, and Control

David Hughes McElreath, University of Mississippi

Daniel Adrian Doss, University of West Alabama

Leisa Stuart McElreath, Mississippi Crime Stoppers Board

Ashley Wellman, University of Central Missouri

Ashley McElreath Lindsley, Southern Illinois University