An Analysis of Factors that Impact Civilian Attitudes Toward Police Treatment of Minority Males
This research aimed to (1) explore the factor structure of the Public Attitudes Toward Police (PATP) Survey when used with a Tennessee, historically Black college/university (HBCU)-based college population and to (2) assess if a relationship exists between 15 independent variables (socioeconomic status, DSIS perceived economic ability, DSIS perceived power/influence, DSIS perceived social status, race/ethnicity, citizenship/immigration status, MEIM ethnic identity, MEIM affirmation, belonging, and commitment, mother’s education level, father’s education level, academic development, hometown neighborhood characteristics, contact with police, age, and major) and overall student attitudes toward police treatment of minority males.
Law enforcement|Social psychology|Behavioral Sciences
Georgetta A Harris-Wyatt,
"An Analysis of Factors that Impact Civilian Attitudes Toward Police Treatment of Minority Males"
ETD Collection for Tennessee State University.