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|Description:||xiv, 479 pages ; 24 cm|
The Supreme Court and the research challenge --
Camera developments in US --
Cameras : the UK perspective --
What exactly is courtroom broadcasting? --
What is television courtroom broadcasting (TCB)? --
Are there TCB genres and formats? --
General (non social science) research literature --
General (non social science) research themes --
Empirical research and themes --
The psychology challenge --
The distraction challenge --
The location challenge --
Education effects research --
Education effects challenge --
TCB effects : meeting the research challenges --
The first TCB eye tracking demonstration --
Appendix 1. Select general literature on courtroom broadcasting --
Appendix 2. Summary and categorisation of Supreme Court effects issues and concerns --
Appendix 3. General (non social science) research literature.
This book is a corrective. First, it recounts the arguments for and against television in courtrooms, and reveals most of them to be self-serving assertions with next to no evidence to support them.