Papers

Peer-reviewed articles

Krisztián Pósch, Mike Hough (in preparation). What drives ‘subjective punitivity’, culture, or individual factors? – Findings from the European Social Survey.  Available: osf.io/f324t

Krisztián Pósch, Jonathan Jackson,  Ben Bradford, Sarah MacQueen (under review). “Truly Free Consent”? Clarifying the Nature of Police Legitimacy Using Causal Mediation Analysis. Journal of Experimental Criminology.

Jackson, Jonathan, Brunton-Smith, Ian, Bradford, Ben, Oliveira, Thiago R., Pósch, Krisztián (under review). 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. Journal of Quantitative Criminology.

Krisztián Pósch (under review). “It’s nice to be empowered” – An experimental assessment of psychological drivers of police legitimacy. Journal of Experimental Criminology. Available: osf.io/3ujb5/

Krisztián Pósch (under review). Compliance with the law for traditional and “grey” crimes – A seven country comparison. European Journal of Criminology. Available: osf.io/948c2

Krisztián Pósch (2019). Testing Complex Social Theories with Causal Mediation Analysis and G-computation – The Right Way to Do Causal Structural Equation Modelling. Sociological Methods & Research Available: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0049124119826159 and osf.io/d2hn3

Krisztián Pósch (2018). Prying Open the Black Box of Causality – A Causal Mediation Analysis Test of Procedural Justice Policing. Law Society and Economy Working Paper, conditionally accepted at the Journal of Quantitative Criminology. Available: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3087872 and osf.io/u8kxs

Book chapters

Jonathan Jackson, Kriszitán Pósch (In press). New Directions of Research in Fairness and Legal Authority: A Focus on Causal Mechanisms. In: Allan Lind (ed.) Social Psychology and Justice (Frontiers of Social Psychology). Oxon: Routledge. Available: https://osf.io/mgnqj/

Tamás Kolosi, Kriszitán Pósch (2019). Social classes and the self-image of society. In: István György Tóth (ed.) Hungarian Social report 2019, TÁRKI Social Research Institute, 85-100. Available: https://www.tarki.hu/sites/default/files/2019-02/085_100_Kolosi_Posch.pdf

Book reviews

Krisztián Pósch, Jonathan Jackson, Ben Bradford (2019). How People Judge Policing?. Policing in Society: An International Journal of Research and Policy. Available:
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10439463.2019.1611823 and
https://osf.io/u6pfn/