The attitudinal model 86 the legal realists 87 the behavioralists 88 the psychological influence 89 the economics influence 92 the rational choice model 97 the supreme court and rational choice theory 100 the marksist separation of powers model 103 summary and conclusions 110 4 a political history of the supreme court 115 the first supreme . This book authored by two leading scholars of the supreme court and its policy making systematically presents and validates the use of the attitudinal model to explain and predict supreme court decision making. Even for the latter however the supreme court and the attitudinal model brings together many findings from the literature that make an impressive case for the models primacy for some time to come this book will be the compilation of attitudinal research and the exposition of the attitudinal model. February 19 2015 segal spaeth the supreme court and the attitudinal model revisisted 32three models the legal attitudinal and rational choice model segal and spaeth proceed to divide the judicial politics scholarship into three categories the legal model the attitudinal model and the rational choice model. The supreme court and the attitudinal model revisited the supreme court and the attitudinal model revisitedby jeffrey a segal and harold j spaeth new york cambridge university press 2002
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