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International Criminology Conference 2016 Videos

Terrorism, Counterterrorism, Radicalization and Deradicalization in the Global World
Alain Bauer, French National Conservatory for Arts and Crafts (Paris), John Jay College of Criminal Justice (New York), University of Law and Political Science of China (Beijing)
1870s ROOM:
The Impact of Gender Ideology on Crime Prevention
Magda Klimek, University of Gdańsk (Poland)
The Forgotten Girls: Juvenile Justice Reform and Young Women before the Courts as Beyond Control in Trinidad and Tobago
Jolene Romain, Head of Department in the Social Services Unit, The Family Court of Trinidad and Tobago
Crime, Culture and Control: Rap Lyrics and Videos as Criminal Evidence
Norbert Ebisike, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania (Cheyney, Pennsylvania) 
Constructing Whiteness: Identity and Imagery in the Legal Battle of State of Florida v. Casey Anthony
Faraasa Lawrence, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia (Canada)
Being a Witness in Trinidad and Tobago: A Qualitative Case Study on the nature of Witness Care in the Criminal Justice System in Trinidad and Tobago
Zola L. Phillips, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine (Trinidad & Tobago)
A Case for Protecting the Brain:  
Keeping the Federal Controlled Substances Act in Place and Providing Non-Punitive, Justice System-Based Public Health Options to Address the Use of Marijuana, Opiates, and Other Psychoactive and Mood-Altering Drugs in America
Paula D. Gordon, Lifeboat Foundation
Learning From Our Past: 
Removing Marijuana From the Federal Controlled Substances Act and Allowing States to Actively Regulate Adult Sales and Distribution to Reduce Burdens on the Criminal Justice System and Better Control for Abuse Via Proven Public Health Strategies
Robert J. Capecchi, Marijuana Policy Project
Teacher Perceptions of the Impact of School Violence on Caribbean Societies
Wendell C. Wallace, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine (Trinidad & Tobago)
An Exploratory Study on the Impact of Organized Crimeon Societies in Small Island Developing States: Evidence from Five Caribbean Countries
Wendell C. Wallace, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine (Trinidad & Tobago)