Session 402: CU24 -> The Effect of Public Opinion on the Death Penalty
Time: 9:00AM to 10:30 AM on Saturday, November 22
Place: Governors Square 11
Session Chair: Michael L. Radelet, University of Colorado
The History of the Death Penalty in Colorado
by: Michael L. Radelet, University of Colorado (Corresponding)
Debating the Death Penalty: Facts, Opinion, and Ideology
by: Kenneth Mentor, New Mexico State University (Corresponding)
The Enduring Racial Divide in Death Penalty Support
by: John K. Cochran, University of South Florida (Corresponding)
Mitchell B. Chamlin, University of Cincinnati
Extremists or Believers?: Religious Salience, Literalness, Attribution Styles and Attitudes Toward the Death Penalty: An Empirical Examination of Main and Moderating Effects
by: Monica L.P. Robbers, Marymount University (Corresponding)
Sonya A. Lowenthal, Marymount University

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