Capital Punishment in America: Race and the Death Penalty Over Time

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Urbina's consideration of capital punishment seeks to examine racial and ethnic differences, stressing how Latinos' and Latinas' experiences are distinct from those of Caucasians and African Americans. In considering Latinos he focuses on the problem of lack of data and addresses it through several means. His goal is to go beyond traditional approaches of analyzing death penalty information, with the ultimate objective of addressing theoretical and methodological shortcomings empirically, and quantitatively analyzing death ...

Capital Punishment in America: Race and the Death Penalty Over Time 2012, LFB Scholarly Publishing

ISBN-13: 9781593324452

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