Session 318: PL19 -> Methodological Issues in Racial Profiling
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Friday, November 21
Place: Governors Square 9
Session Chair: A. Jay Meehan, Oakland University
Assessing Racial Profiling by the Police: Overcoming Methodological Problems
by: Geoffrey Alpert, University of South Carolina
Roger Dunham, University of Miami (Corresponding)
Michael R. Smith, Washington State University - Spokane
Modified Census Benchmarking for Traffic Stop Statistics Analysis
by: Jack McDevitt, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
Amy Farrell, Northeastern University
Shea W. Cronin, Northeastern University
Erica Pierce, Northeastern University
An Empirical Study of In-Car Camera Archives to Examine Racial Profiling
by: A. Jay Meehan, Oakland University (Corresponding)
Jennifer Dierickx, Wayne State University
Evaluating Official Data From a Municipal Police Force to Assess the Question of the Prevalence of Racial Profiling: Evidence From North Carolina
by: William R. Smith, North Carolina State University (Corresponding)
Denise L. Bissler, North Carolina State University
Kennon J. Rice, North Carolina State University
Matthew T. Zingraff, North Carolina State University
Elizabeth L. Davison, Appalachian State University

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