Session 155: PC7 -> Different Perceptions of Racial Profiling: Are There Any Similarities
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Conv Ctr 108
Session Chair: Angel D. Geoghagan, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Police Perspectives on the Legitimacy of Racial Profiling
by: Angel D. Geoghagan, University of Tennessee - Knoxville (Corresponding)
Anne A. Carroll, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Encountering Legitimated Oppression: Latino Perceptions and Interactions With Police Enforcement Tactics Among Gang Portrayals
by: Robert J. Duran, University of Colorado at Boulder (Corresponding)
Profiling in Context: Race, Place and Perceptions Toward the Police Use of Racial Profiling in New York City
by: Rohald A. Meneses, University of Florida (Corresponding)
John D. Reitzel, University of Florida
An Examination of the Perceptions of African American Males Toward Racial Profiling in a Southern City: A Descriptive Analysis
by: K.B. Turner, The University of Memphis (Corresponding)
James B. Johnson, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Veronica Coleman-Davis, National Institute for Law and Equity
Racism, the Media and Police-Community Relations in a Segregated Post-Industrial City
by: Melissa Hickman Barlow, Fayetteville State University (Corresponding)
David E. Barlow, Fayetteville State University

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