What skin color do the Turks have

The skin color factor in the quantitative analysis of court judgments against white and black offenders in Vienna

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Kravagna, S. The skin color factor in the quantitative analysis of court judgments against white and black offenders in Vienna. ÖZS30, 41-64 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11614-006-0046-1

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