Session 290: CR26 -> Survey Studies of Punitive Attitudes
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-Cambridge
Session Chair: Ranee McEntire, Florida State University
The Effect of Homicide Rates on Support for Capital Punishment
by: Eric Baumer, University of Missouri - St. Louis (Corresponding)
Richard Rosenfeld, University of Missouri - St. Louis
Steven F. Messner, University at Albany
Racial Typification of Criminals and Support for Harsh Punitive Policies
by: Kelly Welch, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Ted Chiricos, Florida State University
Theological Emphasis, Attribution Style, and Punitiveness: Using Attribution Theory to Assess the Religiosity-Death Penalty Attitudes Relationship
by: Sheila M. Schlaupitz, University of South Florida (Corresponding)
John K. Cochran, University of South Florida
Information and Punitive Attitudes: Impact of Characteristics of Offenders on Attitudes Toward Punitiveness of Sentences
by: Kristen Scully, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Todd R. Clear, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Perceived Racial and Ethnic Composition of Neighborhood and Support for Punitive Measures
by: Ranee McEntire, Florida State University (Corresponding)

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