23rd to 25th September 2013
Terre Haute, Indiana, United States of America
We invite those who are engaged in research, teaching and practices associated with the relationship between crime, deviance, social justice, and/or policy and law and that of media and popular culture. Each presentation must have a media or popular culture component. We accept both qualitative and quantitative research from all disciplines. In addition to the traditional panel presentation this conference also provides nine featured speaker sessions and entertainment each night of the conference. Each year we have presenters from 10 to 15 countries from a wide variety of backgrounds.
Abstracts and registration payments are due by May 6, 2013.
Web address: http://www.indstate.edu/ccj/popcultureconference/