Monthly Archives: April 2013

New article shows how jurors decribe their service experience

My colleague Leah Sprain and I have a new article out: Sprain, L., & Gastil, J. (2013). What does it mean to deliberate? An interpretative account of the norms and rules of deliberation expressed by jurors. Communication Quarterly, 61, 151-171. … Continue reading

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Article shows that jury service generates positive attitudes toward the courts

A piece came out recently that shows how jury service can boost the public’s attitudes toward judges and juries. The article is: Gastil, J., Fukurai, H., Anderson, K., & Nolan, M. (2013). Seeing is believing: The impact of jury service … Continue reading

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