Crime Control Theater and Emotion
What is it about?
This article demonstrates that policies characteristic of crime control theater are often supported through emotion-driven decision-making.
Why is it important?
This work suggests that people who anticipate feeling guilty for not supporting certain policy will support policies even if they fail. This has implications for current policy appeals, financial allocation for policies, and public education regarding crime policy.
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