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by Tom R. Tyler,Yuen J. Huo

  • ISBN: 1582130175
  • Category: Politics
  • Author: Tom R. Tyler,Yuen J. Huo
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Public Policy Institute of California (July 2000)
  • Pages: 102 pages
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Demographic projections indicate that there will be no majority ethnic group in California by the year 2020. Thus, it will be more crucial than ever for policymakers to understand how effective governance can be carried out in an ethnically diverse society. This volume discusses how peoples' reactions to their experiences with the legal system are shaped by their ethnicity and that of the officials with whom they interact. How Different Ethnic Groups React to Legal Authority.

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Tyler and Huo conclude that the best way to encourage compliance with the law is for legal authorities to implement programs that foster a sense of personal involvement and responsibility. For example, community policing programs, in which the local population is actively engaged in monitoring its own neighborhood, have been shown to be an effective tool in improving police-community relationships. Cooperation between legal authorities and community members is a much discussed but often elusive goal.

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Tyler and Huo (2002) is based on surveys of people in different ethnic groups to understand their concepts of justice. Tyler, Tom . Huo, Yuen J. (2002). BNF: cb12258721n (data). They found that minority African-Americans and Hispanics have essentially the same concept of justice as majority whites but different experiences. Trust in the Law: Encouraging Public Cooperation with the Police and Courts. Russell Sage Foundation. Blader, Steven L. (2000).

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How different ethnic groups react to legal authority. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California. Russell-Sage Foundation. Psychology and the design of legal institutions. Nijmegen, the Netherlands: Wolf Legal Publishers. Public trust and confidence in legal authorities: What do majority and minority group members want from the law and legal authorities? Behavioral Science and the Law, 19, 215-235.

Some California policymakers are concerned that tensions between minority communities and legal authorities may impede the functioning of the legal system. Increasing ethnic diversity within the state has also raised questions about the extent to which the legal system should accommodate the different expectations members of various ethnic groups may bring to their interactions with legal authorities. In How Ethnic Groups View Legal Authority, Yuen Huo and Tom Tyler show that perceptions of unfair treatment among African Americans and Latinos are linked to lower levels of satisfaction with legal authorities. They also find widespread consensus among whites, African Americans, and Latinos on what constitutes fair treatment. Finally, they conclude that a strong sense of ethnic identity among residents does not impede law enforcement, but that a weak sense of American identity does.

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