The Jury and Democracy: How Jury Deliberation Promotes Civic Engagement and Political Participation

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Note: Page numbers followed by fand “t” denote figures and tables, respectively
Abramson, Jeffrey, 14, 19
African Americans, exclusion from
American juries, 5–6
All African American jurors, 6
All-white juries, 6
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR), 169
Amar, Vikram David, 18, 26
American Bar Association, 163 Principles for Juries and Jury Trials, 166
American Tort Reform Association, 170
Anderson, Kent, 172
Archival data, relying on, 50
Arendt, Hannah, 16
Arizona reform program, 161–63, 166
Assessing Changing Civic Beliefs in the National Context, 150–52
Attitudes. See also Civic attitude
and participation in jury deliberation, 144–45
Australia, 187
Australian Citizens’ Parliament, 184, 188–89
Avoiding jury service, 56, 60
exemptions, 158
Ayers, Greg, 9
Ballot propositions, 178–79
Bandura, Albert, 23
Barber, Benjamin, 178
Batson v. Kentucky, 7, 8
Bem, Daryl, 147
Bessette, Joseph, 38
Blogging, 164, 187
Bonding, 27
Braman, Don, 18
British Columbia Citizens’ Assembly. See Citizens’ Assembly
Burger, Warren, 6
Burkhalter, Stephanie, 22
Burr, Raymond, 53
Burtt, Shelly, 128
Cable news, 187
Cancelled trials, 40, 48
Cappella, Joseph, 142
Carter v. Jury Commission of Greene County, 7
Chambers, Simone, 177
Charge seriousness, 49, 89, 90
Citizen
roles in democracy, 19

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