Justin T. Pickett mostly deals with Social psychology, Public opinion, Criminology, Criminal justice and Social control. The various areas that Justin T. Pickett examines in his Social psychology study include Punitive damages and Risk perception. His Punitive damages research includes themes of Juvenile delinquency, Economic Justice, Culpability, Racialization and Resentment.
His research integrates issues of Government, Situational ethics and Race in his study of Public opinion. Justin T. Pickett interconnects Punishment and Ethnic group in the investigation of issues within Race. His studies deal with areas such as Hostile media effect, Scrutiny and Legitimacy, Politics as well as Criminology.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Criminology, Public opinion, Suicide prevention and Injury prevention. His work deals with themes such as Survey data collection, Criminal justice, Economic Justice, Punitive damages and Ethnic group, which intersect with Social psychology. His Ethnic group study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Politics and Race.
Justin T. Pickett has included themes like Procedural justice, Legitimacy, Conviction and Sanctions in his Criminology study. His Public opinion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Punishment, Salience and Social control. The study of Suicide prevention is intertwined with the study of Human factors and ergonomics in a number of ways.
His primary areas of investigation include Criminology, Public opinion, Social psychology, Framing and Public relations. His Criminology research incorporates themes from Legitimacy and Gun control. Justin T. Pickett focuses mostly in the field of Public opinion, narrowing it down to topics relating to Social issues and, in certain cases, Salient and Sanctions.
His Social psychology research integrates issues from Occupational safety and health and Social control. His Framing research includes elements of Public economics, Stipend, Mass incarceration and Conformity. His studies in Public relations integrate themes in fields like Organizational justice, Social media and Morality.
Justin T. Pickett focuses on Public opinion, Criminology, Demography, Age period cohort and Salience. The concepts of his Public opinion study are interwoven with issues in Gun control, Public relations and Morality. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Legitimacy, Police legitimacy and Democracy.
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RECONSIDERING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERCEIVED NEIGHBORHOOD RACIAL COMPOSITION AND WHITES' PERCEPTIONS OF VICTIMIZATION RISK: DO RACIAL STEREOTYPES MATTER? ∗
Justin T. Pickett;Ted Chiricos;Kristin M. Golden;Marc G. Gertz.
CONTROLLING OTHER PEOPLE'S CHILDREN: RACIALIZED VIEWS OF DELINQUENCY AND WHITES' PUNITIVE ATTITUDES TOWARD JUVENILE OFFENDERS ∗
Justin T. Pickett;Ted Chiricos.
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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