Why Do White Americans Support the Death Penalty?

@article{Soss2003WhyDW,
  title={Why Do White Americans Support the Death Penalty?},
  author={Joe Soss and L. Langbein and Alan R. Metelko},
  journal={The Journal of Politics},
  year={2003},
  volume={65},
  pages={397 - 421}
}
This article explores the roots of white support for capital punishment in the United States. Our analysis addresses individual-level and contextual factors, paying particular attention to how racial attitudes and racial composition influence white support for capital punishment. Our findings suggest that white support hinges on a range of attitudes wider than prior research has indicated, including social and governmental trust and individualist and authoritarian values. Extending individual… Expand
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