Luebke, Paul

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Offenders' perceptions of the choices they had and the choices they made 2007 1800 "African Americans are overrepresented among arrests, defendants, and convictions despite no significant differences in self-reports of criminal offending between African Americans and Whites. This research examines the differences in family and educ...
The ideologies responsible for the presence and absence of a sexual orientation provision in hate crime legislation 2009 1212 The goal of this research was to explain the presence and absence of sexual orientation provisions in hate crime legislation beyond the rhetoric of Republican or Democrat, conservative or liberal. I applied Paul Luebke's theory of traditionalist and ...
Interactions with Iraqi non-government organizations 2012 836 The purpose of this research was to explain my experience as the Non-Government Organization (NGO) Coordinator during a military deployment to Baghdad Iraq from October 2004 to June 2005. I was assigned to the 353rd Civil Affairs Command (U.S. Army) ...