Race/ethnicity And The Attitudes Of College Students Toward Women In Policing

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Title: Race/ethnicity And The Attitudes Of College Students Toward Women In Policing
Author: Haba, Calvin
Abstract: The attitudes toward women in policing were compared among college students from the three racial /ethnic groups of African American , Hispanic , and White . Because of the limited literature available , this research explored Hispanic students' attitudes toward women in policing . With the influx of the Hispanic population within the United States , it is important to focus on the attitudes of this race /ethnicity toward women in policing . The findings revealed that the respondents generally supported women in policing , however males were less supportive than females . This analysis also indicates that African American , Hispanic , and White college students are all generally supportive of women in policing .
URI: http : / /hdl .handle .net /10106 /568
Date: 2007-09-17

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Race/ethnicity And The Attitudes Of College Students Toward Women In Policing. Available electronically from http : / /hdl .handle .net /10106 /568 .

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