LATINOS & THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

Latino Public Opinion & Perception

Works Cited – Latino Public Opinion & Perception

Adams, K. (1996). Guns and gun control. In Americans view crime and justice: A national public opinion survey (pp. 109–124). 

Baldassare, M. (2002). PPIC Statewide Survey: Special Survey of the Central Valley.

Brownstein, R. (2012, April 18). Diversity Now. National Journal.

Buckler, K., & Unnever, J. D. (2008). Racial and ethnic perceptions of injustice: Testing the core hypotheses of comparative conflict theory. Journal of Criminal Justice, 36(3), 270–278.

Carlson, D. K. (2004). Racial profiling seen as pervasive, unjust. The Gallup Poll Tuesday Briefing, 16.

Cochran, J. C., & Warren, P. Y. (2012). Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Differences in Perceptions of the Police The Salience of Officer Race Within the Context of Racial Profiling. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 28(2), 206–227.

David Binder Research. (2013a). California crime victims quantitative research summary.

David Binder Research. (2013b). Latino voters overwhelmingly favor a wide variety of proposals that would ease prison crowding.

DiCamillo, M., & Field, M. (2000). Significant decline in once overwhelming majority support for capital punishment. Three out of four favor Governor Davis declaring a death penalty moratorium. The Field Poll.

DiCamillo, M., & Field, M. (2004). Two-thirds of California voters favor the death penalty, but a sizeable minority believe it has not been fairly implemented. The Field Poll.

DiCamillo, M., & Field, M. (2010). Seven in ten Californians continue to support capital punishment. The Field Poll.

DiCamillo, M., & Field, M. (2011). Support for death penalty still very strong. But increasing preference for life in prison without parole for those convicted of capital crimes. The Field Poll.

DiCamillo, M., & Field, M. (2012a). More voters now favor death penalty’s repeal (Prop. 34), but Yes vote less than a majority. Prop. 32 (payroll deductions for political contributions) opposed by a wide margin. The Field Poll. 

DiCamillo, M., & Field, M. (2012b). Voters closely divided on Proposition 34 to repeal death penalty. The Field Poll. 

FM3 Associates. (2012, November). Presentation of 2012 post-election survey of California voters on Prop 36 and other criminal justice issues.

Gallagher, C., Maguire, E. R., Mastrofski, S. D., & Reisig, M. D. (2001). The public image of the police: Final report to the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Manassas, VA: George Mason University, Administration of Justice Program. 

Hajnal, Z., & Baldassare, M. (2001). Finding common ground: racial and ethnic attitudes in California. San Francisco, Calif.: Public Policy Institute of California. 

Huang, W., & Vaughn, M. S. (1996). Support and confidence: Public attitudes toward the police. In Americans view crime and justice: A national public opinion survey (pp. 31–45). 

Huo, Y. J., & Tyler, T. R. (2000). How different ethnic groups react to legal authority

Jones, J. M. (2013a). Men, married, Southerners most likely to be gun owners

Jones, J. M. (2013b). U.S. minorities less confident in police, small business. 

Jones, R. P., & Cox, D. (2012). Religion, values & experiences: Black and Hispanic American attitudes on abortion and reproductive issues.

Jones, R. P., Cox, D., & Navarro-Rivera, J. (2013). How shifting religious identities and experiences are influencing Hispanic approaches to politics.

Kohli, A., Markowitz, P. L., & Chavez, L. (2011). Secure Communities by the numbers: An analysis of demographics and due process.

Leal, D. L. (2007). Latino public opinion: Does it exist? Latino politics: Identity, mobilization, and representation, 27–43. 

Longmire, D. R. (1996). Americans’ attitudes about the ultimate weapon: Capital punishment. In T. J. Flanagan & D. R. Longmire (Eds.), Americans view crime and justice:  A national public opinion survey (pp. 93–108). Thousand Oaks,  CA,  US: Sage Publications, Inc. 

Lopez, M. H., & Livingston, G. (2009). Hispanics and the criminal justice system: Low confidence, high exposure. Pew Hispanic Center Washington, DC.

Lopez, M. H., & Minushkin, S. (2008). Hispanics See Their Situation in US Deteriorating; Oppose Key Immigration Enforcement Measures. Pew Hispanic Center. September, 18.

Lopez, M. H., Morin, R., & Taylor, P. (2010, October 28). Illegal Immigration Backlash Worries, Divides Latinos. Pew Hispanic Center.

Maxson, C. L., Hennigan, K., & Sloane, D. C. (2003). Factors that influence public opinion of the police. US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

McCluskey, J. D., McCluskey, C. P., & Enriquez, R. (2008). A comparison of Latino and White citizen satisfaction with police. Journal of Criminal Justice, 36(6), 471–477.

Pantoja, A. (2013, March 12). Latino voters favor gun restrictions. Latino Decisions.

Pantoja, A. D. (2014). New poll shows major support among Latinos for sentencing reform.

Pew Hispanic Center. (2007). 2007 National Survey of Latinos: As Illegal Immigration Issue Heats Up, Hispanics Feel a Chill.

Pew Research Center. (2012). Continued majority support for death penalty: More concern among opponents about wrongful convictions.

Pew Research Center. (2014a). America’s New Drug Policy Landscape: Views of Marijuana – Legalization, Decriminalization, Concerns.

Pew Research Center. (2014b). Shrinking majority of Americans support death penalty.

Reitzel, J. D., Rice, S. K., & Piquero, A. R. (2004). Lines and shadows: Perceptions of racial profiling and the Hispanic experience. Journal of Criminal Justice, 32(6), 607–616.

Rennison, C. M. (2007). Reporting to the police by Hispanic victims of violence. Violence and Victims, 22(6), 754–772.

Rogowski, J. C. (2013). Gun Violence and Public Opinion on Gun Control Among America’s Young People.

Schafer, J. A., Huebner, B. M., & Bynum, T. S. (2003). Citizen Perceptions of Police Services: Race, Neighborhood Context, and Community Policing. Police Quarterly, 6(4), 440–468.

Toch, H. & Maguire, K. (2014). Public opinion regarding crime, criminal justice, and related topics: A retrospect. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 51(4), 424–444.

Theodore, N. (2013). Insecure communities: Latino perception of police involvement in immigration enforcement.

Tulchin Research. (2012, July 19). Presentation of California Statewide Survey Results to the Safety and Justice Coalition. Email info@safeandjust.org for more information.

Uhlaner, C. J., & Garcia, F. Chris. (2002). Latino public opinion. In Understanding public opinion (pp. 77–101).

USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times. (2013). Californians Willing to Fund Prisoner Rehabilitation to Reduce Overcrowding.

Weitzer, R., & Tuch, S. A. (2004). Race and Perceptions of Police Misconduct. Social Problems, 51(3), 305–325.



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