Terrorism Suspect Religious Identity and Public Support for Controversial Detention and Interrogation Practices

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Sample size: 1050 Field period: 8/30/2011-1/3/2012 Abstract: This study proposes to examine the effects that the religious identity of a terrorism suspect has on public support for the application of controversial interrogation techniques and detention practices that have become part of United States counterterrorism policy since the September 11th 2001 terrorist attacks. It tests the hypothesis ...

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