Alicia D. Simmons
Alicia D. Simmons
Associate Professor of Sociology, Colgate University
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The real record on racial attitudes
LD Bobo, CZ Charles, M Krysan, AD Simmons, GM Fredrickson
Social trends in American life: Findings from the general social survey …, 2012
2422012
Social trends in American life: Findings from the general social survey since 1972
PV Marsden
Princeton University Press, 2012
802012
Can non-full-probability internet surveys yield useful data? A comparison with full-probability face-to-face surveys in the domain of race and social inequality attitudes
AD Simmons, LD Bobo
Sociological Methodology 45 (1), 357-387, 2015
762015
Individual and society: sociological social psychology
L Crawford, KB Novak
Routledge, 2013
212013
Cultivating support for punitive criminal justice policies: News sectors and the moderating effects of audience characteristics
AD Simmons
Social forces 96 (1), 299-328, 2017
172017
Crime news sources and crime views: The relationship between news media exposure patterns and whites’ opinions about criminal justice issues
AD Simmons
The harms of crime media: Essays on the perpetuation of racism, sexism and …, 2012
72012
Understanding “no special favors”: A quantitative and qualitative mapping of the meaning of responses to the racial resentment scale
AD Simmons, LD Bobo
Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race 15 (2), 323-352, 2018
62018
WHOSE LIVES MATTER?
AD Simmons
Du Bois Review 14 (2), 639, 2017
42017
Golden Bear Omnibus Survey 2007
N Adams, C Albiston, FL Samson, A Simmons, R Willer, C Baker, L Bobo, ...
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), 2016
2016
Race Cues in the News, Racial Attitudes, and the Politics of Criminal Justice Punitiveness
AD Simmons
Stanford University, 2010
2010
Media Matters: The Relationship between Whites’ News Exposure Patterns and Attitudes toward Blacks
AD Simmons
2009
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