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245 00 Implicit racial bias across the law /|cedited by Justin D.
       Levinson, Robert J. Smith. 
264  1 Cambridge ;|aNew York :|bCambridge University Press,
       |c2012. 
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500    B. Insights from Social Science about the Relationship 
       between Workplace Policies and Intrusion of Bias. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Cover; IMPLICIT RACIAL BIAS ACROSS THE LAW; Title; 
       Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Contributors; 
       Acknowledgments; IMPLICIT RACIAL BIAS ACROSS THE LAW; 
       Introduction: Racial Disparities, Social Science, and the 
       Legal System; I. THE SCIENTIFIC BASICS; II. EARLY LEGAL 
       DISCOURSE; III. THIS VOLUME; 1: Implicit Racial Bias: A 
       Social Science Overview; RACIAL PRIMING: THE UNCONSCIOUS 
       ACTIVATION OF STEREOTYPES; Ease of Activation; Decision-
       making and Behavioral Consequences of Priming; Priming and
       the Self: Stereotype Threat. 
505 8  DEFINING THE IMPLICIT -- REACTION TIMES, SHOOTER BIAS, AND
       THE IMPLICIT ASSOCIATION TESTQuick Trigger Finger: The 
       Shooter Bias; The Implicit Association Test; The IAT 
       Predicts Real-World Behaviors; IMPLICIT BIAS RESEARCH IN 
       THE LEGAL SETTING; CONCLUSION; 2: Property Law: Implicit 
       Bias and the Resilience of Spatial Colorlines; I. EVIDENCE
       OF SPATIAL COLORLINES AND RACIAL PREFERENCES IN HOUSING 
       AND LAND USE; II. LESSONS ON RACE, HOUSING, AND SPACE FROM
       SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY; A. Conceptualization of Implicit Bias 
       (Beyond Prejudice); B. Perceptions of Disorder and Crime; 
       C. Race-Space Associations. 
505 8  D. DehumanizationIII. THE PLACE OF IMPLICIT BIAS IN 
       HOUSING/LAND USE ANTIDISCRIMINATION LAW; IV. THE 
       IMPLICATIONS OF RECOGNIZING IMPLICIT BIAS; V. CONCLUSION; 
       3: Criminal Law: Coloring Punishment: Implicit Social 
       Cognition and Criminal Justice; I. THE FACE OF CRIME IN 
       AMERICA IS BLACK; A. Black People Are Hostile, Dangerous, 
       and Prone to Criminality; B. Black People Are Less Human 
       than White People; II. IMPLICIT RACIAL BIAS AND THE 
       FORMULATION OF CRIME POLICY; III. IMPLICIT RACIAL BIAS AND
       DISPARITIES IN THE ENFORCEMENT OF CRIMINAL LAWS. 
505 8  A. Implicit Racial Bias and the Enforcement of School 
       DisciplineB. Implicit Racial Bias and Excessive Force in 
       Police-Citizen Encounters; IV. IMPLICIT RACIAL BIAS AND 
       COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE; V. 
       CONCLUSION; 4: Torts: Implicit Bias-Inspired Torts; I. IS 
       TORT LAW A PROPER VEHICLE TO REDRESS THE SOCIAL PROBLEM OF
       IMPLICIT BIAS?; A. Law as Expression of Social Norms; B. 
       Tort Laws Evolutionary Character; II. EXAMPLES OF TORTIOUS
       CONDUCT CAUSED BY IMPLICIT BIAS; III. PROPOSED TORT 
       REMEDIES TO EXPOSE, DETER, AND REDRESS IMPLICIT BIAS; A. 
       Equitable Remedies; B. Exemplary Damages. 
505 8  C. Strict LiabilityIV. CHALLENGES TO AN ENHANCED PENALTY 
       FOR IMPLICIT BIAS-INSPIRED TORTS; A. Proving Implicit 
       Bias; B. Is Strict Liability for Harm Caused by Implicit 
       Bias Socially Desirable?; C. Does Tort Liability for 
       Implicit Bias Implicate the First Amendment?; V. 
       CONCLUDING REMARKS; 5: Employment Law: Implicit Bias in 
       Employment Litigation; I. THE PERSISTENCE OF WORKPLACE 
       DISCRIMINATION, THE ROLE OF IMPLICIT BIAS, AND THE 
       INSIGHTS OFFERED BY SOCIAL SCIENCE; A. Evidence of 
       Continued Discrimination at Work. 
520    This book explores how scientific evidence on the human 
       mind might help to explain why racial equality is so 
       elusive. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Discrimination in justice administration|0http://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh95006228|zUnited States.
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650  0 Race discrimination|xLaw and legislation|zUnited States.
       |0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh2008110340 
650  0 Bias (Law)|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
       sh85013567|zUnited States.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       names/n78095330 
655  4 Electronic books. 
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700 1  Levinson, Justin D.|q(Justin David),|d1974-|0http://
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700 1  Smith, Roger J.|q(Roger John),|d1948-|0http://id.loc.gov/
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776 08 |iPrint version:|aLevinson, Justin D.|tImplicit Racial 
       Bias Across the Law.|dCambridge : Cambridge University 
       Press, 2012|z9781107010956 
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