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by Glendon Schubert

eBook Political Culture and Judicial Behavior: Subcultural Analysis of Judicial Behavior : A Direct Observational Study epub
  • ISBN: 0819145017
  • Author: Glendon Schubert
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ Pr of Amer (April 1, 1985)
  • ePUB size: 1866 kb
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Culture and Judicial Behavior Vol. 2 : Subcultural Analysis of Judicial Behavior, a Direct Observational Study. Judicial policy making;: The political role of the courts (Scott, Foresman American government series).

Political Culture and Judicial Behavior Vol. Human Jurisprudence: Public Law As Political Science. Political Culture and Judicial Behavior v1. Glendon Schubert. The constitutional polity (The Gaspar G. Bacon lecture on the Constitution of the United States).

Schubert, Glendon A. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station07. cebu on July 26, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

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Glendon Schubert, David J. Danelski," The Journal of Politics 33, no. 1 (Fe. 1971): 205-206.

Comparative Judicial Behavior: Cross-Cultural Studies of Political Decision-Making in the East and West. Glendon Schubert, David J. Danelski. James McClellan, "Comparative Judicial Behavior: Cross-Cultural Studies of Political Decision-Making in the East and West.

It is argued that the study of judicial behavior has been relatively . Role Playing and the Analysis of Judicial Behavior: The Case of Mr. Justice Frankfurter. Journal of Public Law 11: 285–309.

It is argued that the study of judicial behavior has been relatively balkanized . In Debra W. Stewart (e.,Women in Local Politics. London: The Scarecrow Press, pp. 42–60. Grossman, Joel B. (1967). Social Backgrounds and Judicial Decisions: Notes for a Theory. Journal of Politics 29: 334–351.

Behavioralism also established itself in studies of judicial and bureaucratic . Political culture studies attempt to uncover deep-seated, long-held values.

Behavioralism also established itself in studies of judicial and bureaucratic systems. By the 1960s behavioralism was in full bloom, forcing the traditionalists into retreat in much of the discipline. By the late 1960s, however, criticism of behavioralism had begun to grow. Political culture may be defined as the political psychology of a country or nation (or subgroup thereof). Political culture studies attempt to uncover deep-seated, long-held values characteristic of a society or group rather than ephemeral attitudes toward specific issues that might be gathered through public-opinion surveys.

Political culture was first introduced into systematic political analysis by. .The clash of judicial and democratic values was perhaps best exemplified by the actions of the Supreme Court in the 30's.

Political culture was first introduced into systematic political analysis by Gabriel Almond. As used by him and others, it has been developed to "connect individual tendencies to system characteristics. Partly as a result of their different origins, political and judicial cultures are not always consonant; where large disparities exist, competition and incongruence may prevail. Indeed, in many ways the judiciary is the antithesis of prevailing democratic ideals. Yet, this tension appears to be a continuing feature of the operant political system.

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