Beneath Politics: Values Based Judicial Appointment
This paper draws on theories from psychology to argue that political ideology is a poor indicator of judicial decisions. Values play an important role in decision making and this paper argues that a value-based appointments process may enhance diversity and provide a more accurate reflection of judicial decision making.
Table of contents
- 1. Introduction
- 2. The limits of the influence of political position on decision-making
- 3. The psychology of decision-making
- 4. A brief introduction to personal values
- 5. The factors that influence judicial decision-making reflect values
- 6. Appointments and values
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