Session 239: PE14 -> Studying Police Decision-Making: Empirical and Conceptual Issues
Time: 12:30PM to 2:00 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Belmont Two
Session Chair: Richard C. McCorkle, University of Nevada - Las Vegas
Racial Profiling: A Comparison of Adjusted and Non-Adjusted Census Benchmarks
by: Richard C. McCorkle, University of Nevada - Las Vegas (Corresponding)
A Multivariate Approach to Analyzing Racial Profiling Data
by: Deborah L. Spence, Institute for Law and Justice (Corresponding)
J. Thomas McEwen, Institute for Law and Justice
Edward F. Connors, Institute for Law and Justice
Observer Behavior as a Potential Source of Reactivity: Describing and Quantifying Observer Effects in a Large-Scale Observational Study of Police
by: Richard J. Spano, University of Alabama (Corresponding)

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