Brandon Applegate
Brandon Applegate
Professor & Chair, Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice, University of South Carolina
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Public opinion about punishment and corrections
FT Cullen, BS Fisher, BK Applegate
Crime and justice 27, 1-79, 2000
Public views toward crime and correctional policies: Is there a gender gap?
BK Applegate, FT Cullen, BS Fisher
Journal of Criminal Justice 30 (2), 89-100, 2002
Forgiveness and fundamentalism: Reconsidering the relationship between correctional attitudes and religion
BK Applegate, FT Cullen, BS Fisher, TV Ven
Criminology 38 (3), 719-754, 2000
Public support for correctional treatment: The continuing appeal of the rehabilitative ideal
BK Applegate, FT Cullen, BS Fisher
The Prison Journal 77 (3), 237-258, 1997
Assessing public support for three-strikes-and-you're-out laws: Global versus specific attitudes
BK Applegate, FT Cullen, MG Turner, JL Sundt
Crime & Delinquency 42 (4), 517-534, 1996
Control in the community: The limits of reform
FT Cullen, JP Wright, BK Applegate
Choosing correctional options that work: Defining the demand and evaluating …, 1996
Turning the other cheek: Reassessing the impact of religion on punitive ideology
JD Unnever, FT Cullen, BK Applegate
Justice Quarterly 22 (3), 304-339, 2005
Public support for correctional rehabilitation in America: Change or consistency?
FT Cullen, JA Pealer, BS Fisher, BK Applegate, SA Santana
Changing attitudes to punishment, 146-165, 2013
The tenacity of the rehabilitative ideal revisited: Have attitudes toward offender treatment changed?
JL Sundt, FT Cullen, BK Applegate, MG Turner
Criminal Justice and Behavior 25 (4), 426-442, 1998
Public support for early intervention programs: Implications for a progressive policy agenda
FT Cullen, JP Wright, S Brown, MM Moon, MB Blankenship, BK Applegate
Crime & Delinquency 44 (2), 187-204, 1998
Three strikes and you're out legislation: A national assessment
MG Turner, JL Stundt, BK Applegate, FT Cullen
Fed. Probation 59, 16, 1995
Reconsidering child saving: The extent and correlates of public support for excluding youths from the juvenile court
BK Applegate, RK Davis, FT Cullen
Crime & Delinquency 55 (1), 51-77, 2009
Public tolerance for community-based sanctions
MG Turner, FT Cullen, JL Sundt, BK Applegate
The Prison Journal 77 (1), 6-26, 1997
The pragmatic American: Attributions of crime and the hydraulic relation hypothesis
JD Unnever, JK Cochran, FT Cullen, BK Applegate
Justice Quarterly 27 (3), 431-457, 2010
Evaluating interventions with violent offenders: A guide for practitioners and policymakers
P Van Voorhis, FT Cullen, B Applegate
Fed. Probation 59, 17, 1995
Determinants of public punitiveness toward drunk driving: A factorial survey approach
BK Applegate, FT Cullen, BG Link, PJ Richards, L Lanza-Kaduce
Justice Quarterly 13 (1), 57-79, 1996
Penal austerity: Perceived utility, desert, and public attitudes toward prison amenities
BK Applegate
American Journal of Criminal Justice 25 (2), 253, 2001
Public views on sentencing juvenile murderers: The impact of offender, offense, and perceived maturity
BK Applegate, RK Davis
Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 4 (1), 55-74, 2006
Victim-offender race and support for capital punishment: A factorial design approach
BK Applegate, JP Wright, RG Dunaway, FT Cullen, JD Wooldredge
American Journal of Criminal Justice 18 (1), 95, 1994
Offender rehabilitation: Effective correctional intervention
FT Cullen, BK Applegate
Dartmouth, 1997
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