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2014
Barnes, Latarcia R. Public Opinions of the Courts: Does Mass Media Influence Public Opinion?. Dissertation, Capella University.
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2012
Young, Rebekah . Don't Know Responses in Survey Research. Dissertation, Pennsylvania State University.
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2012
Peterson, Geoffrey D.,  Hare, Christopher,  Wrighton, J. Mark . Electing to trust: An exploration of the relationship between public opinion and localized processes of judicial selection. American Review of Politics. 33, 51-72.
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2011
Longazel, Jamie G.,  Parker, Laurin S.,  Sun, Ivan Y. Experiencing court, experiencing race: Perceived procedural injustice among court users. Race and Justice. 1, (2), 202-227.
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2009
Higgins, George E.,  Wolfe, Scott E.,  Walters, Nelseta . Sex and experience: Modeling the public's perceptions of justice, satisfaction and attitude toward the courts. American Journal of Criminal Justice. 34, (2), 116-130.
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2009
Higgins, George E.,  Wolfe, Scott E.,  Mahoney, Margaret,  Walters, Nelseta M. Race, ethnicity and experience: Modeling the public's perceptions of justice, satisfaction and attitude toward the courts. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice. 7, (4), 293-310.
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2008
Buckler, Kevin,  Unnever, James D.,  Cullen, Francis T. Perceptions of injustice revisited: A test of Hagan et al.'s comparative conflict theory. Journal of Crime and Justice. 31, (1), 35-57.
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2007
Buckler, Kevin,  Cullen, Francis T.,  Unnever, James D. Citizen assessment of local criminal courts: Does fairness matter?. Journal of Criminal Justice. 35, (5), 524-536.
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2006
Sun, Ivan Y.,  Wu, Yuning . Citizens' perceptions of the courts: The impact of race, gender, and recent experience. Journal of Criminal Justice. 34, 457-467.
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2005
Higgins, George E.,  Jordan, Kareem L. Race and gender: An examination of the models that explain evaluations of the court system for differences. Criminal Justice Studies. 18, (1), 81-97.
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2005
Parker, Laurin S. Is Justice Always Fair?: An Examination of Race-Based Decision-Making in Jury Trials. Thesis, American University.
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2003
Rottman, David B.,  Hansen, Randall,  Mott, Nichole,  Grimes, Lynn . Perceptions of the Courts in Your Community: The Influence of Experience, Race and Ethnicity, Final Report. NCJ 201302, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
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2003
Rottman, David B.,  Hansen, Randall,  Mott, Nichole,  Grimes, Lynn . Perceptions of the Courts in Your Community: The Influence of Experience, Race and Ethnicity, Executive Summary. NCJ 201356, Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
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Rottman, David B.,  Hansen, Randall M. How Recent Court Users View the State Courts: Perceptions of Whites, African-Americans, and Latinos. .
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