His main research concerns Social psychology, Human factors and ergonomics, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention and Fear of crime. His Social psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Risk perception, Perception, Race, Criminology and Punitive damages. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Criminology, focusing on Salience and, on occasion, Relevance, Conservatism and Prejudice.
Marc Gertz applies his multidisciplinary studies on Injury prevention and Occupational safety and health in his research. The various areas that Marc Gertz examines in his Occupational safety and health study include Self defense and Medical emergency. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mass media, Social perception, Reading and Newspaper in addition to Fear of crime.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Criminology, Public opinion, Human factors and ergonomics and Suicide prevention. Marc Gertz interconnects Risk perception, Perception, Race, Punitive damages and Social control in the investigation of issues within Social psychology. The Criminal justice and Fear of crime research Marc Gertz does as part of his general Criminology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as League, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Marc Gertz works mostly in the field of Public opinion, limiting it down to topics relating to Economic Justice and, in certain cases, Administration of justice, as a part of the same area of interest. Human factors and ergonomics and Computer security are two areas of study in which Marc Gertz engages in interdisciplinary work. The study of Suicide prevention is intertwined with the study of Injury prevention in a number of ways.
Marc Gertz focuses on Criminology, Public opinion, Social psychology, Fear of crime and Punitive damages. His work carried out in the field of Criminology brings together such families of science as Latin Americans and Football. His research investigates the connection between Public opinion and topics such as Criminal justice that intersect with problems in Cultivation theory, News media, Media consumption and Advertising.
His work deals with themes such as Risk perception, Perception and Ideology, Politics, which intersect with Social psychology. His work in Risk perception addresses issues such as Social constructionism, which are connected to fields such as Survey data collection. His study in Punitive damages is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Multilevel model and Social control.
His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Public opinion, Criminal justice, Fear of crime and Risk perception. His Social psychology research incorporates themes from Perception and Ideology, Politics. His Perception research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Punitive damages and Immigration, Immigration policy.
His Public opinion research integrates issues from Advertising, News media, Media consumption and Cultivation theory. His Criminal justice study spans across into subjects like Injury prevention, Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. His Fear of crime research includes themes of Salience, Public policy and Sanctions.
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The Construct Validity and Refinement of Process-Based Policing Measures:
Michael D. Reisig;Jason Bratton;Marc G. Gertz.
Criminal Justice and Behavior (2007)
Crime, News and Fear of Crime: Toward an Identification of Audience Effects
Ted Chiricos;Sarah Eschholz;Marc Gertz.
Social Problems (1997)
FEAR, TV NEWS, AND THE REALITY OF CRIME*
Ted Chiricos;Kathy Padgett;Marc Gertz.
RACIAL TYPIFICATION OF CRIME AND SUPPORT FOR PUNITIVE MEASURES
Ted Chiricos;Kelly Welch;Marc Gertz.
RACIAL COMPOSITION OF NEIGHBORHOOD AND FEAR OF CRIME
Ted Chiricos;Michael Hogan;Marc G. Gertz.
Perceived Racial and Ethnic Composition of Neighborhood and Perceived Risk of Crime
Ted Chiricos;Ranee McEntire;Marc Gertz.
Social Problems (2001)
Television and Fear of Crime: Program Types, Audience Traits, and the Mediating Effect of Perceived Neighborhood Racial Composition
Sarah Eschholz;Ted Chiricos;Marc Gertz.
Social Problems (2003)
Punitive attitudes toward criminals: Exploring the relevance of crime salience and economic insecurity
Michael T. Costelloe;Ted Chiricos;Marc Gertz.
Punishment & Society (2009)
Race and attitudes toward the police: Assessing the effects of watching "reality" police programs
Sarah Eschholz;Brenda Sims Blackwell;Marc G. Gertz;Ted Chiricos.
Journal of Criminal Justice (2002)
Economic Insecurity, Blame, and Punitive Attitudes
Michael J. Hogan;Ted Chiricos;Marc Gertz.
Justice Quarterly (2005)
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