Session 149: PL9 -> Methodological Issues in the Study of Possible Racial Profiling by Police
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 8
Place: Copenhagen
Session Chair: Amy Farrell, Northeastern University
Multilevel Causes of Racial Bias in Police Statistics of Stops, Citations, and Warnings
by: H. Marcinda Mason, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
William J. Smith, North Carolina State University
Patricia Y. Warren, North Carolina State University
Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, North Carolina State University
Driving While Black: Policing Changes in Response to Media Attention?
by: Patricia Y. Warren, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
Matthew T. Zingraff, North Carolina State University
H. Marcinda Mason, North Carolina State University
Can Self-Report Data Be Useful in Studying Racial Profiling?
by: Cynthia Wright, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, North Carolina State University
Field Observations of Vehicular Speeding: Assessing Variations Across Demographic Groups and Places
by: Cheryl Chambers, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
William J. Smith, North Carolina State University
Matthew T. Zingraff, North Carolina State University

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