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Police Use of Force by Ethnicity, Sex, and Socioeconomic Class.

Police Use of Force by Ethnicity, Sex, and Socioeconomic Class. Disparities in police responses to Black and White people have received significant research and public attention in recent years. This study examines self-reported accounts of exposure to and perceptions of police use of force among Black and White ethnic groups by sex and income level. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research Pubmed

Police Use of Force by Ethnicity, Sex, and Socioeconomic Class.

Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research , Volume 9 (1): 19 – Mar 17, 2022

Police Use of Force by Ethnicity, Sex, and Socioeconomic Class.


Abstract

Disparities in police responses to Black and White people have received significant research and public attention in recent years. This study examines self-reported accounts of exposure to and perceptions of police use of force among Black and White ethnic groups by sex and income level.

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ISSN
1948-822X
DOI
10.1086/696355
pmid
29910848
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Abstract

Disparities in police responses to Black and White people have received significant research and public attention in recent years. This study examines self-reported accounts of exposure to and perceptions of police use of force among Black and White ethnic groups by sex and income level.

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Journal of the Society for Social Work and ResearchPubmed

Published: Mar 17, 2022

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