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Race Bias in the Administration of the Death Penalty: The Florida Experience
- H. Zeisel
- 1 December 1981
T WICE in the past fifteen years, federal courts of appeals I have been urged to reverse death sentences on the ground that the death penalty was administered along racially discriminatory lines. The… Expand
Lay Judges in the German Criminal Courts
THE role laymen play in the administration of justice has been a subject of controversy ever since trial by jury became the standard mode of trial at common law. The controversy rages unabated in our… Expand
Die Arbeitslosen von Marienthal : ein soziographi scher Versuch über die Wirkungen langandauernder Arbeitslosigkeit. Mit einem Anhang ; Zur Geschichte der Soziographie
From Mouse-to-Man: The Quantitative Assessment of Cancer Risks
Results from animal experiments are often used to assess cancer risks to humans from low doses of chemicals. This involves two extrapola- tions: from high dose to low dose and from animals to humans.… Expand
[The urinary excretion of corticoids and 17-ketosteroids in childhood].
Marienthal: The Sociography of an Unemployed Community.
"Convincing Empirical Evidence" on the Six Member Jury
The United States Supreme Court has recently been increasing its references to what it likes to call "empirical" data. A genuine issue is occasionally documented by such data, for example the… Expand
Prove It with Figures: Empirical Methods in Law and Litigation
1 The Search for Causes: An Overview.- 2 The Controlled Randomized Experiment.- 2.1 A nearly perfect experiment.- 2.2 Eliminating bias in selecting subjects.- 2.3 Limits to experimentation.- 2.4 The… Expand