Predicting punitive attitudes to sentencing: does the public's perceptions of crime and Indigenous Australians matter?
In English-speaking western cultures the punitive attitudes towards law-breakers is well documented. The present study examines the utility of predictors of punitive attitudes with online survey data obtained from a convenience sample of 566 Australian residents. After controlling for demographic va...
The Australian and New Zealand journal of criminology
Year: 2017, Volume: 50, Issue: 1, Pages: 56-77
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