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21 Jul 2014, 4:14 pm by TEI Expert
Dating back to the “Brandeis” briefs of the early twentieth century, social scientists have been influential through their “social authority” research and service as expert witnesses in litigation involving desegregation (Kalmuss, Chesler, and Sanders 1982; Wolf 1976), equal treatment notwithstanding race (McArdle 2008), or gender (Bielby and Coukos 2007; Fiske et al. 1991) and capital punishment (Wolfgang 1974), to name but a few… [read post]