Criminology, Commission, Social psychology, Sentencing guidelines and Ethnic group are his primary areas of study. His study in Sentencing disparity extends to Criminology with its themes. His Sentencing disparity study incorporates themes from Econometrics and Judicial opinion.
His Commission study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Punishment, Criminal justice, Charge and Prosecutorial discretion. His Sentencing guidelines research focuses on Social environment and how it connects with Compliance and Scholarship. His Ethnic group research includes themes of Plea, Disadvantage, Punitive damages and Justice.
His primary scientific interests are in Criminology, Punishment, Law, Social psychology and Ethnic group. His study in Criminology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Plea, Sentencing guidelines, Sentencing disparity and Commission. His Punishment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Salient, Generalizability theory and Scholarship.
His work on Criminal justice, Prosecutorial discretion and Criminal procedure as part of general Law study is frequently connected to Survey data collection and Empirical research, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Prison, Discretion and Conviction. His Ethnic group research includes elements of Adjudication, Indictment, Statute, Punitive damages and Social control.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Criminology, Plea, Punishment, Criminal justice and Empirical research. His Criminology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Punitive damages and Social environment. His Plea study incorporates themes from Legitimacy and Prosecutorial discretion.
The various areas that Brian D. Johnson examines in his Criminal justice study include Jury trial, Disadvantage and Criminal case.
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Is the Magic Still There? The Use of the Heckman Two-Step Correction for Selection Bias in Criminology
Shawn Bushway;Brian D. Johnson;Lee Ann Slocum.
Journal of Quantitative Criminology (2007)
ETHNIC THREAT AND SOCIAL CONTROL: EXAMINING PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR JUDICIAL USE OF ETHNICITY IN PUNISHMENT
Brian D. Johnson;Eric A. Stewart;Justin Pickett;Marc Gertz.
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