Session 369: SE9 -> Capital Punishment Research
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 9
Place: Madrid
Session Chair: Doug Berman, Ohio State University
Race and Death Sentencing in Florida and Illinois: Some Recenmt Findings
by: Michael Radelet, University of Florida (Corresponding)
Glen Pierce, Northeastern University
Capital Punishment: A New Perspective on Race and Ethnic Differences in Punishment and Death Sentence Outcomes: Empirical Analysis of Data on California, Florida and Texas, 1975-1985
by: Martin G. Urbina, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee (Corresponding)
Executions and the Legacy of Race-Based Lethal Violence: Explaining Intra-Southern Variations in the Death Penalty
by: William S. Lofquist, SUNY College at Geneseo (Corresponding)
The Salience of Mitigating Evidence for Capital Jurors
by: Charles S. Lanier, University at Albany (Corresponding)

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