|1||Blinded by the Death Penalty: The Supreme Court and the Social Realities of Capital Punishment||3|
|2||Frameworks of Misunderstanding: Capital Punishment and the American Media||27|
|3||Constructing Capital Crimes and Defendants: Death Penalty Case-Specific Biases and Their Effects||45|
|4||The Fragile Consensus: Public Opinion and Death Penalty Policy||67|
|5||A Tribunal Organized to Convict and Execute? On the Nature of Jury Selection in Capital Cases||93|
|6||Preparing for the Death Penalty in Advance of Trial: Process Effects in Death-Qualifying Capital Juries||115|
|7||Structural Aggravation: Moral Disengagement in the Capital Trial Process||141|
|8||Misguided Discretion: Instructional Incomprehension in the System of Death Sentencing||163|
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Publication information: Book title: Death by Design: Capital Punishment as Social Psychological System. Contributors: Craig Haney - Author. Publisher: Oxford University Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2005. Page number: xix.
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