Session 457: RM14 -> 'Driving While Black?' Methods and Preliminary Findings From the North Carolina Highway Patrol Study
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: H-San Miguel
Session Chair: Robert J. Kaminski, National Institute of Justice
Citizen Perceptions of the 'Driving While Black' Phenomenon: Research Summary From Six Focus Groups
by: C. Robert Fenlon, North Carolina Central University (Corresponding)
Harvey L. McMurray, North Carolina Central University
Self-Reported Speeding Behavior: Results From a North Carolina Reverse Record Check
by: Cynthia Pfaff Wright, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, North Carolina State University
Matthew T. Zingraff, North Carolina State University
Patterns of Racial Disparity in State Trooper Interactions With Citizens: Warnings, Citations, and Search Data
by: Marcy Mason, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
William R. Smith, North Carolina State University
Matthew T. Zingraff, North Carolina State University
Driving and Speeding Behavior of North Carolina Vehicular Drivers: Preliminary Results of Baseline Data Collected in the Field
by: Patricia Y. Warren, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
Cheryl Chambers, North Carolina State University
Marcy Mason, North Carolina State University
Matthew T. Zingraff, North Carolina State University
Discussants:
John Lamberth, Temple University

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