His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Politics, Punitive damages, Criminal justice and Hierarchical database model. A large part of his Social psychology studies is devoted to Stereotype. In his study, Welfare and Consistency is inextricably linked to Perception, which falls within the broad field of Politics.
His research investigates the link between Punitive damages and topics such as Public opinion that cross with problems in Prison. The Criminal justice study combines topics in areas such as Persuasion and Framing. His Foreign policy research includes themes of International community, Converse, Set and Public administration.
Mark Peffley mainly investigates Social psychology, Politics, Criminology, Democracy and Economic Justice. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Punitive damages, Perception, Public opinion and Racial formation theory. His work deals with themes such as Political economy, Constraint and Value, which intersect with Politics.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Criminology, Retributive justice are connected with Jury nullification and other disciplines. His studies in Democracy integrate themes in fields like Representation, Development economics and Communism. His Economic Justice research integrates issues from Laissez-faire racism, Racial profiling, American political science and Procedural justice.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Democracy, Social psychology, Politics, Development economics and Terrorism. His Democracy research incorporates elements of Social media, Representation and Mass media. His work carried out in the field of Social psychology brings together such families of science as Criminal justice, Criminology and Perception.
Mark Peffley combines subjects such as Economic Justice, Argument, Punitive damages and Racial formation theory with his study of Criminal justice. His Perception research includes elements of Outgroup, Ethnic group, Public opinion and U s politics. His Survey data collection studies intersect with other subjects such as Composition, Perceived injustice, State, Social network and Attribution.
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