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Direct and indirect effects of crime-related media consumption on public confidence in the police
This study explores the potential links between crime-related media consumption and confidence in the police based on the instrumental and expressive models. Drawing on data from a large sample of South Koreans, direct and ...
Asymmetry in media effects on perceptions of police: An analysis using a within-subjects design experiment
The current study examines the influence of positive, negative, and mixed portrayals of the police in the media on perceptions of police. Participants were randomly assigned to watch an edited video segment from entertainment ...
Media use habits, negative encounters with the police, and perceptions of the police: the mainstreaming hypothesis versus the resonance hypothesis
(Taylor and Francis, 2020-03-04)
Media researchers have long considered the extent to which the media influence perceptions of the police. More recently, scholars have encouraged more specific investigations to determine if media effects can vary depending ...
Social integration and confidence in the police: a cross-national multi-level analysis
Building on the insight of Durkheim, the current study examines the hypothesis that cross-national proxies for social integration explain variation in confidence in the police across different countries. Combining six ...
When do police stressors particularly predict organizational commitment? the moderating role of social resources
The current study uses data from 570 male police officers working in 16 substations in South Korea to examine the impact of job stressors (e.g., victimization, authoritative organizational culture, and perceptions of unfair ...