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Ideology, psychology, and law

Author: Jon Hanson
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, ©2012.
Series: Series in political psychology.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Formally, the law is based solely on reasoned analysis, devoid of ideological biases or unconscious influences. Judges claim to act as umpires applying the rules, not making them. They frame their decisions as straightforward applications of an established set of legal doctrines, principles, and mandates to a given set of facts. As most legal scholars understand, however, the impression that the legal system  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Law
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jon Hanson
ISBN: 9780199737512 0199737517
OCLC Number: 706677522
Description: xvi, 800 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Ideology, psychology, and law / Jon Hanson --
The end of the end of ideology / John Jost --
System justification theory and research : implications for law, legal advocacy, and social justice / Gary Blasi and John Jost --
Interpersonal foundations of ideological thinking / Curtis Hardin [and others] --
Crowding out morality : how the ideology of self-interest can be self-fulfilling / Barry Schwartz --
Legal comment "a fine is not a price" : insights for law / Anne L. Alstott --
Associations between law, competitiveness, and the pursuit of self-interest / Mitch Callan and Aaron Kay --
Legal comment "you call, I hammer!" : adversarial legalism and social influence / Douglas Kysar --
Automatic associations : personal attitudes or cultural knowledge / Eric Uhlmann, Andrew Poehlman, and Brian Nosek --
Legal comment / Jerry Kang --
Implicit policy attitudes / Jon Hanson and Mark Yeboah --
Attributions and ideologies : two divergent visions of human behavior behind our laws, policies, and theories / Adam Benforado and Jon Hanson --
Preference, principle, and political casuistry / Eric Knowles and Peter Ditto --
Legal comment "warm reasoning and legal proof of discrimination" / Martha Chamallas --
Identity, belief, and bias / Geoffrey Cohen --
Legal comment "remedying law's partiality through social science" / Andrew Perlman --
Bias perception and the spiral of conflict / Kathleen Kennedy and Emily Pronin --
Legal comment "the lawyer as bias buffer or bias aggravator" / Robert Bordone --
Seeing bias : discrediting and dismissing accurate attributions / Adam Benforado and Jon Hanson --
Backlash : the reaction to mind sciences in legal academia / Adam Benforado and Jon Hanson --
The mystique of instrumentalism / Tom Tyler and Lindsay Rankin --
The fine line between interrogation and retribution / Avani Mehta Sood and Kevin Carlsmith --
Legal comment "how to advocate against torture? understanding and countering the dynamics of support for abusive interrogation" / James Cavallaro --
Social psychologists' reflections on situationism and the criminal justice system / Lee Ross and Donna Shestowsky --
What's love got to do with it? : stereotypical women in dispositionist torts / Fernanda Nicola --
Legal interpretation and intuitions of public policy / Josh Furgeson and Linda Babcock --
Ideology and the study of judicial behavior / Lee Epstein [and others] --
Depoliticizing administrative law / Cass Sunstein and Thomas Miles.
Series Title: Series in political psychology.
Responsibility: edited by Jon Hanson.

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Over the last decade or so, political scientists and legal academics have begun studying the linkages between ideologies, on one hand, and legal principles and policy outcomes on the other. This book  Read more...

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