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Free press vs. fair trials : examining publicity's role in trial outcomes

Author: Jon Bruschke; William E Loges
Publisher: Mahwah, N.J. : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004.
Series: LEA's communication series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Free Press vs. Fair Trials: Examining Publicity's Role in Trial Outcomes is appropriate for scholars and students in mass communication, media effects, media law, psychology, sociology, and criminal justice. It will also serve as a valuable resource for professionals concerned with criminal procedures and First Amendment issues, including judges, lawyers, and legal consultants."--Jacket.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jon Bruschke; William E Loges
ISBN: 0805843256 9780805843255 9780805857030 0805857036
OCLC Number: 51900485
Description: xvii, 189 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. The basic issues --
Current legal doctrine --
Social science --
Theoretical orientation --
2. What we think we know --
Laboratory studies that did not include trial evidence --
Studies that included trial evidence and found a pretrial publicity effect --
Laboratory studies that partially support the existence of a pretrial publicity effect --
Laboratory studies that did not find a pretrial publicity effect --
Putting it all together: issues raised and answered in these studies --
3. Field research --
Literature review --
New research --
The state of knowledge after considering field research --
Forging an appropriate remedy --
4. Pretrial publicity and media theory: "general" publicly revisited --
Media theory: the invisible elephant --
In search of a cultivation effect --
Pretrial publicity in the wake of media theory --
5. What do we know now? --
Adding theory: what does it all mean? --
Psychological theories --
Economic-legal theory --
Looking forward: what do we still need to know? --
Detailed discussion of city-level data.
Series Title: LEA's communication series.
Other Titles: Free press versus fair trials
Responsibility: Jon Bruschke, William E. Loges.
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Research on media and the law has generally been atheoretical and contradictory. This volume explains why pretrial publicity is unlikely to affect the outcome of most jury trials, despite many  Read more...

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