Elizabeth A. Stanko

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

Just Authority? Trust in the Police in England and Wales

Pre-publication first chapter from 'Just Authority? Trust in the Police in England and Wales', to be published by Routledge in Summer 2012
Number of pages: 20 Posted: 05 Apr 2012
Jonathan Jackson, Ben Bradford, Elizabeth A. Stanko and Katrin Hohl
London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) - Department of Methodology, University of Oxford - Centre for Criminology, Independent and City University London
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Citation 8

Abstract:

trust, legitimacy, police, policing, contact

2.

A Golden Thread, a Presence Amongst Uniforms, and a Good Deal of Data: Studying Public Confidence in the London Metropolitan Police

Policing & Society, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 14 Posted: 20 Apr 2011 Last Revised: 15 May 2012
Elizabeth A. Stanko, Jonathan Jackson, Ben Bradford and Katrin Hohl
Independent, London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) - Department of Methodology, University of Oxford - Centre for Criminology and City University London
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Citation 1

Abstract:

policing, trust, confidence, legitimacy, culture, police

3.

Retelling the Tale: The Emma Humphreys Case

No Angels: Women Who Commit Violence, eds. Myers & Wright (1996) Pandora: London pp. 57-71
Posted: 10 Jul 2014
Anne Scully-Hill and Elizabeth A. Stanko
The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) - Faculty of Law and Independent

Abstract:

Criminal law, Family law, domestic violence battered women syndrome, provocation, diminshed responsibility

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Influencing Trust and Confidence in the London Metropolitan Police: Results from an Experiment Testing the Effect of Leaflet Drops on Public Opinion

The British Journal of Criminology, Vol. 50, Issue 3, pp. 491-513, 2010
Posted: 26 Apr 2010
Katrin Hohl, Ben Bradford and Elizabeth A. Stanko
City University London, University of Oxford - Centre for Criminology and Independent

Abstract:

trust and confidence, police communication, quasi-randomized experiment