Electing judges : the surprising effects of campaigning on judicial legitimacy /
- Publication info:
- Chicago ; London : University of Chicago Press, 2012.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
|Due: Nov 25, 2019||LAW-BOOK|
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- Electing judges : the surprising effects of campaigning on judicial legitimacy / James L. Gibson.
- Main Author:
- Gibson, James L., 1951-
Chicago ; London : University of Chicago Press, 2012
- Physical Description:
xi, 226 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 207-218) and index.
Table of Contents
- The "new style" judicial elections in the American states
- Republican Party of Minnesota v. White and perceptions of judicial impartiality
- Can campaign activity cross the line?
- Diffuse support for a state supreme court : judicial legitimacy in Kentucky
- Expectancy theory and judicial legitimacy
- Judges, elections, and the American mass public : the effects of judicial campaigns on the legitimacy of courts
- Judicial campaigns, elections for judges, and court legitimacy : do judicial elections really stink?
- Appendix A. Legal developments post-White
- Appendix B. The surveys
- Appendix C. Experimental vignettes
- Appendix D. Question wording
- Appendix E. The distributions of the analytical variables
- Appendix F. Interactive analysis
- Appendix G. Measuring support for democratic institutions and processes
- Appendix H. Question wording
- Appendix I. Adding control variables.