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By Valerie J. Hoekstra

ISBN-10: 0511061730

ISBN-13: 9780511061738

ISBN-10: 0521820588

ISBN-13: 9780521820585

Valerie Hoekstra examines public response to excellent courtroom judgements during this examine. utilizing info from survey examine, she analyzes vast media assurance, and delicate wisdom concerning the instances, to bare how people's critiques of the superb courtroom have been tormented by its judgements.

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The analysis is conducted at the individual level using both bivariate and multivariate techniques with change in attitude toward the issue as the dependent variable. This final empirical chapter, Chapter 5, examines the hypotheses about how the content of the Court’s decision affects support for the Court (Change in Support for the Court Hypothesis, Town of Residence/Support for Court Interaction). The analysis in this chapter is conducted at the individual level using multivariate regression techniques with change in support for the Court as the dependent variable.

8 Many residents of the Village of Monroe saw this as an attempt to take over the school board and so they initiated a highly publicized campaign (The New York Times, 20 October 1976). Again, in the mid1980s approximately 600 boys who attended a Hasidic school refused to board school buses driven by women since the Hasidim believe that the sexes should be separate. A conflict between the Hasidim’s religious beliefs and the local schools ultimately wound up at the Supreme Court. While the majority of the Hasidic children attended private schools, paid for and run by the community itself, the community was unable to provide appropriate services for the approximately 200 children in need of special education.

Thus, there are also measures of the quality of the local newspapers’ coverage of these cases. The second part of this chapter examines whether that critical linking mechanism, the media, was able to inform citizens, and whether this piqued their interest in the issues. Differences in how strongly the residents of the geographic communities feel about the issue are important since the consensus of research on political attitudes suggests that people who hold strong attitudes are less likely to be persuaded, even by the Supreme Court.

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