3 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 171 (2001)
Death Sentencing in Black and White: An Empirical Analysis of the Role of Jurors' Race and Jury Racial Composition

handle is hein.journals/upjcl3 and id is 195 raw text is: DEATH SENTENCING IN BLACKAND WHITE:
AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF
JURORS' RACE AND JURY RACIAL COMPOSITION
William. Bowers
Benjamin D. Steiner
Maria Sandys

. Principal Research Scientist, College of Criminal Justice. Northeastern Uni~crsi,. aid the
Principal Investigator of the National Science Foundation-sponsored CapitaJun Project tn-
derway in fifteen states. Professor Bowers received his Ph.D. in Sociology fron Columbia Um-
versity in 1966.
Assistant Professor of Sociology and CriminalJustice at tie University of Delamare. Professor
Steiner received his Ph.Din Sociology from Northeastern University in 2000.
Associate Professor of CriminalJustice at Indiana University. Professor Sandys reccied her
Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Kentucky in 1990.

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