Professor Jonathan Jackson discusses his research into procedural justice, policing, and the duty to obey. He explains procedural justice as when the police treat the people they stop with fairness, neutrality, and respect. His research has examined this concept both in the United States and in other countries.
- Product: SAGE Research Methods Video
- Type of Content: Case Study
- Title: Researching Procedural Justice Using Survey Methods and Randomized Controlled Trials
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2017
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- Discipline: Criminology and Criminal Justice, Political Science and International Relations
- Methods: Survey research, Questionnaire design, Randomized controlled trials
- Duration: 00:28:17
- Keywords: aggressive behavior, challenges, issues, and controversies, citizenship, civil disobedience, coercion and power, communication breakdown, crime control model, criminal justice system, deterrence programs, drunk driving, European Union, fairness, implicit prejudice, international perspectives, legitimacy, morality, motivation, normative issues, obedience to authority, police, police accountability, police and law enforcement, police attitudes and behavior, police-community relations, power and authority, power and powerlessness, procedural fairness, procedural justice, protest, rational choice, Society, Stakeholder engagement, Status, traffic enforcement, voice and visibility
Sao Paulo. Brazil
Academic: Jonathan JacksonOnline ISBN:9781473999886Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2017