Session 387: CU23 -> Research on the Administration of Capital Punishment
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 21
Place: Governors Square 11
Session Chair: Matthew B. Robinson, Appalachian State University
Informing Opinions About the Death Penalty: Another Test of the Marshall Hypothesis
by: Matthew B. Robinson, Appalachian State University (Corresponding)
Racial Differences in Perceptions Regarding the Deterrent Effects of the Death Penalty Among Criminology and Criminal Justice Students
by: Melisa S. Anders, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Medicate to Executive: Should we be Allowed to Force Inmates to Take Medicine in Order to Execute Them?
by: Cliff Roberson, Washburn University (Corresponding)
Death Qualifying Teens in U.S. Courts: Clinical/Legal Considerations
by: Laurence Armand French, Prairie View A&M University (Corresponding)
What We Know About Capital Punishment: How Recent Empirical Evidence From Texas Challenges Criminological Wisdom
by: Rocky Pilgrim, Boston College (Corresponding)
Jonathan Sorensen, Prairie View A&M University

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