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Ian Brunton-smith
Ian Brunton-smith
E-mail megerősítve itt: surrey.ac.uk - Kezdőlap
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Science knowledge and attitudes across cultures: A meta-analysis
N Allum, P Sturgis, D Tabourazi, I Brunton-Smith
Public understanding of science 17 (1), 35-54, 2008
7442008
Do neighborhoods generate fear of crime? An empirical test using the British Crime Survey
I Brunton‐Smith, P Sturgis
Criminology 49 (2), 331-369, 2011
3782011
Does ethnic diversity erode trust? Putnam’s ‘hunkering down’thesis reconsidered
P Sturgis, I Brunton-Smith, S Read, N Allum
British journal of political science 41 (1), 57-82, 2011
2892011
Ethnic diversity, segregation and the social cohesion of neighbourhoods in London
P Sturgis, I Brunton-Smith, J Kuha, J Jackson
Ethnic and Racial Studies 37 (8), 1286-1309, 2014
2292014
The effects of prisoner attachment to family on re-entry outcomes: A longitudinal assessment
I Brunton-Smith, DJ McCarthy
The British Journal of Criminology 57 (2), 463-482, 2017
212*2017
Political and civic engagement and participation: Towards an integrative perspective
M Barrett, I Brunton-Smith
Journal of civil society 10 (1), 5-28, 2014
1952014
Attitudes over time: The psychology of panel conditioning
P Sturgis, N Allum, I Brunton-Smith
Methodology of longitudinal surveys 113, 126, 2009
1422009
Collective efficacy, deprivation and violence in London
A Sutherland, I Brunton-Smith, J Jackson
British Journal of Criminology 53 (6), 1050-1074, 2013
1072013
Untangling the relationship between fear of crime and perceptions of disorder: Evidence from a longitudinal study of young people in England and Wales
I Brunton-Smith
The British Journal of Criminology 51 (6), 885-899, 2011
1072011
Bridging structure and perception: On the neighbourhood ecology of beliefs and worries about violent crime
I Brunton-Smith, J Jackson, A Sutherland
British Journal of Criminology 54 (4), 503-526, 2014
1022014
Prison legitimacy and procedural fairness: A multilevel examination of prisoners in England and Wales
I Brunton-Smith, DJ McCarthy
Justice Quarterly 33 (6), 1029-1054, 2016
652016
Detecting and understanding interviewer effects on survey data by using a cross‐classified mixed effects location–scale model
I Brunton‐Smith, P Sturgis, G Leckie
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2017
612017
Trust in science, social consensus and vaccine confidence
P Sturgis, I Brunton-Smith, J Jackson
Nature Human Behaviour 5 (11), 1528-1534, 2021
562021
Urban fear and its roots in place
I Brunton-Smith, J Jackson
The urban fabric of crime and fear, 55-82, 2011
542011
Public attitudes to genomic science: an experiment in information provision
P Sturgis, I Brunton-Smith, C Fife-Schaw
Public Understanding of Science 19 (2), 166-180, 2010
462010
The factors associated with proven re-offending following release from prison: findings from Waves 1 to 3 of SPCR
I Brunton-Smith, K Hopkins
Results from the Surveying Prisoner Crime Reduction (SPCR) longitudinal …, 2013
452013
Crime-general and crime-specific spatial patterns: A multivariate spatial analysis of four crime types at the small-area scale
M Quick, G Li, I Brunton-Smith
Journal of Criminal Justice 58, 22-32, 2018
412018
How collective is collective efficacy? The importance of consensus in judgments about community cohesion and willingness to intervene
I Brunton‐Smith, P Sturgis, G Leckie
Criminology 56 (3), 608-637, 2018
322018
Is success in obtaining contact and cooperation correlated with the magnitude of interviewer variance?
I Brunton-Smith, P Sturgis, J Williams
Public Opinion Quarterly 76 (2), 265-286, 2012
322012
Police legitimacy and the norm to cooperate: using a mixed effects location-scale model to estimate the strength of social norms at a small spatial scale
J Jackson, I Brunton-Smith, B Bradford, TR Oliveira, K Pósch, P Sturgis
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 37 (2), 547-572, 2021
232021
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