Session 340: CJ18 -> Fear of Crime and Attitudes About Punishment
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Friday, November 21
Place: Directors Row E
Session Chair: Glenn W. Muschert, Purdue University
An Empirical Assessment of the Affect of Crime Salience on Attitudes Toward Crime, Welfare and Immigration
by: Michael T. Costelloe, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Ted Chiricos, Florida State University
Marc Gertz, Florida State University
The Washington, D.C. Sniper as Media Event Within a Discourse of Fear
by: Glenn W. Muschert, Purdue University (Corresponding)
Michael Steinhour, Purdue University
Kelly Powers, Purdue University
The Influence of Causal Attribution, Fear of Crime, and Personal Victimization on Attitudes Toward Punishment: Results of the 2002 Penn State Poll
by: Carissa Herwig, Pennsylvania State University -Harrisburg (Corresponding)
David Rine, Pennsylvania State University- Harrisburg
Barbara Sims, Pennsylvania State University- Harrisburg
Social Learning Theory as a Predictor of Fear of and Worry About Crime
by: Frank P. Williams III, University of Houston - Downtown (Corresponding)
Marilyn McShane, University of Houston - Downtown
The Effects of Incarceration on Attitudes Toward the Criminal Justice System
by: Kristen Scully, Florida State University (Corresponding)

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