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Friday, March 21 • 9:15am - 10:35am
FR1.04 Dimensions of Social Control and Re-Entry

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Moderator: Robert Eschmann, University of Chicago

  • The Multiple Dimensions of Adolescents’ Views of the Police Presenter
    Edith Barrett, University of Connecticut

  • Collective Efficacy, Resilient Youth, and Alternative Forms of Social Cohesion and Informal Social Control in Violent Neighborhoods
    Robert Eschmann, University of Chicago; Desmond Patton, University of Michigan

  • The Problem of Proximity: Black Male Incarceration  and the Urban Environment
    Keith Reeves, Swarthmore College; Megan Heckert, Swarthmore College


Presenters
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Edith Barrett

Director, Urban and Community Studies, University of Connecticut
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Robert Eschmann

Doctoral Student, University of Chicago
Robert D. Eschmann is a fourth year doctoral student studying urban education reform, the geography of poverty, and adolescent experiences with violence, prejudice, and discrimination. He is currently working on several research projects. The first draws from a sample of high achieving African American males in a violent Chicago neighborhood and explores the relationship between deviant peer networks, informal social control, and social cohesion... Read More →
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Keith Reeves

Assoc. Professor of Political Science & Faculty Director, Swarthmore College

Co-Authors
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Desmond Patton

University of Michigan
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Megan Heckert

Swarthmore College

Moderators
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Robert Eschmann

Doctoral Student, University of Chicago
Robert D. Eschmann is a fourth year doctoral student studying urban education reform, the geography of poverty, and adolescent experiences with violence, prejudice, and discrimination. He is currently working on several research projects. The first draws from a sample of high achieving African American males in a violent Chicago neighborhood and explores the relationship between deviant peer networks, informal social control, and social cohesion... Read More →

Friday March 21, 2014 9:15am - 10:35am
Mesquite (Contessa 2nd Floor)