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Open Access Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
© 2022 ErisJames M Elliott
Much research has been completed on the forms of crime control theater (CCT), and the impact that the existence of CCT laws have on society. Research on CCT laws has shown that they are definitively unsuccessful in providing the safety they were created to provide. This thesis will utilize completed research to explain the main psychological phenomena holding people back from decreasing their support for CCT laws. It will also describe proven methods of correcting misinformation in order to change the perceptions of people who support crime control theater laws, and provide suggestions for how research should be continued.
Elliott, ErisJames M., "Identifying the Main Causes for Support of Crime Control Theater Forms, and Understanding How to Correct the Public’s Perception" (2023). CMC Senior Theses. 3182.
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