Daniel K. Pryce
Daniel K. Pryce
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Sociology & Criminal Justice, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
Verified email at odu.edu
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Procedural justice, obligation to obey, and cooperation with police in a sample of Ghanaian immigrants
DK Pryce, D Johnson, ER Maguire
Criminal Justice and Behavior 44 (5), 733-755, 2017
Does procedural justice influence general satisfaction with police? A study from a hard-to-reach population of immigrants in the United States
DK Pryce
Journal of Crime and Justice 41 (1), 31-48, 2018
Gender, age, crime victimization, and fear of crime: Findings from a sample of Kenyan College students
DK Pryce, G Wilson, K Fuller
Security Journal 31 (4), 821-840, 2018
US citizens’ current attitudes toward immigrants and immigration: A study from the general social survey
DK Pryce
Social Science Quarterly 99 (4), 1467-1483, 2018
Ghanaian immigrants’ experiences with and perceptions of US police: A qualitative study
DK Pryce
Criminal Justice Review 41 (4), 469-487, 2016
The relative effects of normative and instrumental models of policing on police empowerment: Evidence from a sample of Sub-Saharan African immigrants
DK Pryce
Criminal Justice Policy Review 30 (3), 428-450, 2019
Procedural justice, obligation to obey, and cooperation with police in a sample of Jamaican citizens
L Grant, DK Pryce
Police Practice and Research 21 (4), 368-382, 2019
The relative impacts of normative and instrumental factors of policing on willingness to empower the police: A study from Jamaica
DK Pryce, L Grant
Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice 18 (1), 19-42, 2020
Procedural justice, legitimacy, and cooperation with police: Evidence from a community of Ghanaian immigrants
DK Pryce
The benefits of criminal justice internships at a historically black university: An analysis of site supervisors’ evaluations of interns’ professional development
T Williams, DK Pryce, T Clark, H Wilfong
Journal of Criminal Justice Education 31 (1), 124-140, 2020
Predictors of satisfaction with Kenya’s police and Kenya’s criminal justice system: Results from a sample of Kenyan college students
DK Pryce, G Wilson, K Fuller
The Police Journal 92 (4), 296-315, 2019
Examining the Relationship between Citizen Contact with the Community Prosecutor and Fear of Crime
DK Pryce, K Fuller, RA Brown, T VanEaton
Victims & Offenders 15 (5), 574-593, 2020
Police procedural justice, lawyer procedural justice, judge procedural justice, and satisfaction with the criminal justice system: Findings from a neglected region of the world
DK Pryce, G Wilson
Criminal Justice Policy Review 31 (9), 1286-1311, 2020
Why the Coup in Niger May be a Good Omen
DK Pryce
Perception of Immigrants in Europe: A Multilevel Assessment of Macrolevel Conditions
FD Boateng, WS McCann, JL Chenane, DK Pryce
Social Science Quarterly 102 (1), 209-227, 2021
I May Be an Immigrant, but I Am Not a Criminal: Examining the Association Between the Presence of Immigrants and Crime Rates in Europe
FD Boateng, DK Pryce, JL Chenane
Journal of International Migration and Integration, 1-20, 2020
Ghanaian immigrants’ differential trust in and obligation to obey the US police and Ghana police: findings from a qualitative study
DK Pryce
African Identities 16 (4), 396-411, 2018
Trust and Confidence in Police Officers and the Institution of Policing: The Views of African Americans in the American South
DK Pryce, JL Chenane
Crime & Delinquency, 1-31, 2021
Adversarial Legalism and the Affordable Care Act
DK Pryce
Virginia Social Science Journal 54, 20-29, 2020
Book Review: The securitization of society: Crime, risk, and social order Schuilenburg M. (2015). The securitization of society: Crime, risk, and social order. New York: New …
DK Pryce
International Criminal Justice Review, 2017
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