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The federal courts as a political system

Author: Sheldon Goldman; Thomas P Jahnige
Publisher: New York : Harper & Row, ©1985.
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Goldman, Sheldon.
Federal courts as a political system.
New York : Harper & Row, ©1985
(OCoLC)755224252
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sheldon Goldman; Thomas P Jahnige
ISBN: 0060423765 9780060423766
OCLC Number: 11496764
Description: viii, 263 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction : The Federal courts as a political system ; The Hughes court and the switch of 1937 ; From the Warren Court toward the Nixon Court ; Why use the systems approach? --
Regime rules: systematic organization, procedures, and norms : The federal and state judicial systems: differences, overlap, and links ; The internal structure of the federal judicial system ; Role playing and the judicial process ; The federal judicial system as a bureaucracy --
The authorities: recruitment, backgrounds, and some interaction patterns : Judicial recruitment ; Judicial backgrounds ; Consequences of the recruitment process ; Government lawyers ; United States attorneys and district court judges ; Private lawyers ; Jury selection and behavior --
Input : Demands ; Preventing demand input overload ; Support --
Conversion : From traditionalism to behavioralism ; Attitudes and decision making ; Backgrounds and decision making ; Small group analysis ; Fact pattern analysis ; Judicial role analysis --
Output : The relationship of input rules to output ; Gatekeeping and the nature of Supreme Court output ; Adjudication as policy making ; Output trends: some general considerations ; Associated output --
Impact and feedback : Litigation as a vehicle for feedback ; Professional comment and criticism as feedback ; The courts and the communications media ; Compliance by local officials and private citizens ; Feedback from the president and congress ; Feedback and court policy making --
Eastonian systems analysis and legal research : Suggested questions for further study ; Limits of systems analysis.
Responsibility: Sheldon Goldman, Thomas P. Jahnige.

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