|1–1||Previous Research: Question, Design, and Results||16|
|3–1||Media Coverage of the Cases Prior to the Supreme Court's Decision||59|
|3–2||Quantity of Local and National Media Coverage of the Four Cases (including editorials)||61|
|3–3||Quality of Local and National Newspaper Coverage of the Supreme Court's Decisions (excluding editorials)||67|
|3–4||Awareness of the Supreme Court's Decisions||73|
|3–5||Media Coverage and National Awareness in Franklin, Kosaki, and Kritzer's (1993) Samples||74|
|3–6||Aggregate Levels of Awareness of the Supreme Court's Decision by Geographic Proximity||77|
|3–7||Factors Increasing the Probability of Hearing about the Supreme Court's Decision (Logit Analysis)||79|
|3–8||Predicted Probabilities of Having Heard about the Supreme Court's Decision||81|
|3–9||Perceptions of Importance in the Geographic Communities||83|
|4–1||Support for the Supreme Court's Decision in the Four Panel Studies||94|
|4–2||Support for the Supreme Court's Decision in the Panel Studies by Geographic Proximity||98|
|4–3||Relationship between Support for the Supreme Court and the Direction of Opinion Change||100|
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Publication information: Book title: Public Reaction to Supreme Court Decisions. Contributors: Valerie J. Hoekstra - Author. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Place of publication: Cambridge, England. Publication year: 2003. Page number: ix.
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