Race and Carceral State Survey Data
The Race and Carceral State Survey was conducted in the summer of 2017 by principle investigators, Dr. Allison Anoll and Dr. Mackenzie Israel-Trummel. The survey includes a nationally diverse sample of over 15,043 White and Black Americans and includes unique measures of carceral state contact, evaluations of the police, support for reform efforts, and social context.
For information about the survey data, please write firstname.lastname@example.org
To cite the survey data, please include the following information: Anoll, Allison and Mackenzie Israel-Trummel. 2017. “The Race and Carceral State Survey.” https://allisonanoll.com/carceralstate/
MILU Undergraduate Lab
In 2017-2018, fifteen Vanderbilt undergraduates participated in The Mass Incarceration Lab for Undergraduates (MILU), a year long research experience focused on producing research on policing and carceral state topics. Students in the Lab enrolled in a 3 credit course in the Fall and Spring semester of the academic year and worked in groups to develop research questions using the Race and Carceral State Survey. Students produced original research articles that are currently under review for publications and presented their research at the 2018 Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting. You can view posters of these students’ research below; requests for corresponding papers should be directed to email@example.com
- Dissatisfaction with the Carceral State and Its Effects on Various Forms of Participation, Beth Varley, Emily McClay, and Dylan DePriest
- How State-Level Racial Disparities in Incarceration Impact Individuals’ Attitudes About the Criminal Justice System, Brett Richey, Qixuan Wang, and David Paul
- Racial Composition of Neighborhood and Perceptions of the Police, Stella Sechopoulos, Olivia Golden, and Justin DeMello
- Crime and Perceive Crime: The Power of Perceptions in Estimating Efficacy, Lin Reish, Angela The, and Iliana Yanes
- Disenchantment to Disenfranchisement: Perceptions of Fairness and Opinions of Felons’ Right to Vote, Rebecca Howe, Joseph Nedland, and Jordan Williams
There will not be a MILU cohort in the 2018-2019 academic year. Please check back about future cohort applications.
Please contact Dr. Anoll at firstname.lastname@example.org