POLS 3302: Judicial Process and Behavior
Lecture - 4 credits
- Examines the nature of the judiciary in the United States.
- Focuses on courts and various aspects of the judicial process, including judicial selection, judicial decision making, the impact of judicial decisions on society, and public opinion of courts.
- After exploring, from various methodological perspectives, how and why courts behave as they do, the course turns its attention to questions about the role of courts in U.
- S. politics.
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