New article alert: Attitudes toward police among undocumented women by neighborhood

Updated: Apr 28, 2020

Check out Dr. Cavanagh's latest article, Documentation status, neighborhood disorder, and attitudes toward police and courts among Latina immigrants, published in Psychology, Public Policy and Law. We found that women who lived in desirable neighborhoods viewed the police and courts as effective, fair, and lawful, regardless of documentation status; however, undocumented women living in disordered neighborhoods viewed the police and courts more negatively than documented women in disordered neighborhoods. Check it out!

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