What drives ‘subjective punitivity’, culture, or individual factors? – Findings from the European Social Survey

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  1. Mike Hough

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Objectives: This paper examines the predictors of individual variations in punitivity: what makes some individuals or countries more punitive than others? Methods: We differentiate between expressive and considered punitivity. We analyse to what extent perceptions of justice system legitimacy, measures of right-wing orientation (using Derex scales), and instrumental motivators can help explain att...

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