Session 16: RS13 -> Death Penalty: Public and Judicial Opinions
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: Dearborn 3
Session Chair: Joseph E. Jacoby, The Bowling Green State University
Public Knowledge of Executions: Results of a National Survey
by: Joseph E. Jacoby, The Bowling Green State University (Corresponding)
Eric F. Bronson, West Texas A&M University
Jennifer Pealer, University of Cincinnati
Logical and Consistent? An Analysis of Supreme Court Opinions Regarding the Death Penalty
by: Matthew B. Robinson, Appalachian State University (Corresponding)
Kathleen M. Simon, Appalachian State University
Exploring the Relationship Between Acceptance of Violence, Attitudes About the Death Penalty, and Perception of Mental Health Testimony in Capital Cases
by: Jacqueline K. Buffington-Vollum, Sam Houston State University (Corresponding)
Dennis Longmire, Sam Houston State University
John F. Edens, Sam Houston State University
Public Confidence iun the Administration of the Death Penalty in Texas: An Assessment of Public Attitudes and the Need for Evaluation
by: Scott Vollum, Sam Houston State University (Corresponding)
Dennis Longmire, Sam Houston State University

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