March 2009
Marquette Law Review;Spring2009, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p413
Academic Journal
The article discusses the difference between ideology and cultural cognition in judging. It cites the Crawford v. Marion County Election Board case in the U.S. Supreme Court to explore the ideologies of judges who are influenced by politics. It notes that those who say that a decision is ideological failed to explain the value of self-conscious partisan motivation and legal motivation in the decision-making process. It presents the subconscious cognition as another interpretation in judging.


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