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Five grams of coke: Racism, moralism and White public opinion on sanctions for first time possession

Five grams of coke: Racism, moralism and White public opinion on sanctions for first time possession

  1. Bajeda
    International Journal of Drug Policy 17 (2006) 183-191

    Lee RD, Kasinski KA

    A path-analytic model was used with a national probability sample of White Americans to examine the effects of moralism, attributions of blame, beliefs about racial group use of cocaine, beliefs about racism, and beliefs about the effectiveness of law enforcement on judgments about appropriate sanction for being caught for the first time with 5 g of cocaine.
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