SSSP 2019 Annual Meeting

Date: Saturday, August 10

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM


Session 076: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: The Intersection Between Social Problems and Mass Incarceration
Room: Broadway Suite

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer &

Presider: William D. Cabin, Temple University


“Articulating a Sociology of Absences in Criminal Justice System Reform Efforts: Evidence and Implications,” Maria D. Valdovinos, George Mason University

“Criminal Arrest and the Early Life Course of North American Indigenous Youth,” Kelley J. Sittner and Michelle L. Estes, Oklahoma State University

“Does the Sequence of Reentry Services Impact Client Success?” John C. Mero, Campbell University

“Entrepreneurship and Re-entry: Exploitation and/or Opportunity?” Fran Buntman, The George Washington University

“Intersecting Social Problems: Relating Mass Incarceration with Discriminatory Law Enforcement,” Tim J. Berard and James K. Meeker, Kent State University

“Prisoner Reentry and the Welfare State,” John M. Halushka, San Jose State University

“The Intersection of Race, Gender, and Power: How Incarcerated Women Interpret Conflict between Inmates and Prison Staff,” Rebecca Trammell, Metropolitan State University of Denver