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Jose Pina-Sánchez
Jose Pina-Sánchez
Associate Professor in Quantitative Criminology at the University of Leeds
Correu electrònic verificat a leeds.ac.uk - Pàgina d'inici
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Sentence consistency in England and Wales: Evidence from the Crown Court sentencing survey
J Pina-Sanchez, R Linacre
British Journal of Criminology 53 (6), 1118-1138, 2013
482013
Enhancing consistency in sentencing: Exploring the effects of guidelines in England and Wales
J Pina-Sánchez, R Linacre
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 30 (4), 731-748, 2014
362014
Defining and measuring consistency in sentencing
J Pina-Sánchez
Exploring Sentencing Practice in England and Wales, 76-92, 2015
302015
Exploring the punitive surge: Crown Court sentencing practices before and after the 2011 English riots
J Pina-Sánchez, C Lightowlers, J Roberts
Criminology & Criminal Justice 17 (3), 319-339, 2017
272017
Location and sentencing: To what extent do contextual factors explain between court disparities?
J Pina-Sánchez, DC Grech
The British Journal of Criminology 58 (3), 529-549, 2018
232018
Reassessing the relationship between procedural justice and police legitimacy.
J Pina-Sánchez, I Brunton-Smith
Law and human behavior 44 (5), 377, 2020
222020
Previous convictions at sentencing: Exploring empirical trends in the Crown Court
JV Roberts, J Pina-Sanchez
Criminal Law Review 8, 575-88, 2014
212014
Decentralization as a multifaceted concept: a more encompassing index using bayesian statistics
J Pina Sanchez
Revista Espanola de Ciencia Politica 34, 9-34, 2014
162014
Does the Crown Court discriminate against Muslim-named offenders? A novel investigation based on text mining techniques
J Pina-Sánchez, JV Roberts, D Sferopoulos
The British Journal of Criminology 59 (3), 718-736, 2019
142019
Intoxication and assault: an analysis of Crown Court sentencing practices in England and Wales
C Lightowlers, J Pina-Sánchez
The British Journal of Criminology 58 (1), 132-154, 2018
142018
Refining the measurement of consistency in sentencing: A methodological review
J Pina-Sánchez, R Linacre
International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 44, 68-87, 2016
142016
Mind the step: A more insightful and robust analysis of the sentencing process in England and Wales under the new sentencing guidelines
J Pina-Sánchez, I Brunton-Smith, G Li
Criminology & Criminal Justice 20 (3), 268-301, 2020
132020
Exploring the origin of sentencing disparities in the Crown Court: Using text mining techniques to differentiate between court and judge disparities
J Pina-Sánchez, D Grech, I Brunton-Smith, D Sferopoulos
Social science research 84, 102343, 2019
132019
Sentencing gender? Investigating the presence of gender disparities in Crown Court sentences
J Pina Sanchez, L Harris
Criminal Law Review 2020 (1), 3-28, 2020
122020
Individualisation at Sentencing: The Effects of Guidelines and “Preferred” Numbers
J Roberts, J Pina Sanchez, I Marder
Criminal Law Review, 2017
122017
Measurement Error in retrospective reports of unemployment
J Pina-Sanchéz, J Koskinen, I Plewis
Manchester, The Cathie Marsh Centre for Census and Survey Research (CCSR …, 2012
122012
Paying for the past: The role of previous convictions at sentencing in the Crown Court
JV Roberts, JP Sanchez
Exploring sentencing practice in England and Wales, 154-172, 2015
112015
Measurement error in retrospective work histories
JP Sánchez, J Koskinen, I Plewis
Survey Research Methods 8 (1), 43-55, 2014
92014
Implications of retrospective measurement error in event history analysis
J Pina-Sánchez, J Koskinen, I Plewis
Metodología de Encuestas 15, 5-25, 2013
7*2013
The impact of measurement error in models using police recorded crime rates
J Pina-Sánchez, D Buil-Gil, A Cernat
SocArXiv, 2021
62021
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