Electronic media, Extended media coverage of the courts, Courts and television, Televised trials, Trial publicity, Chandler et al. v. Florida, Cameras in the courts
Courts | Law and Society
Evaluations of "experiments" of extended media coverage of the courts, i.e., cameras in the courts, have relied upon survey research. The authors argue that such evaluations have been inadequate and future evaluations need to compare conventional media coverage vs. extended media coverage using field experimental research designs.
Slater, Dan and Hans, Valerie P., "Methodological Issues in the Evaluation of "Experiments" with Cameras in the Courts" (1982). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. Paper 420.
Published in: Communication Quarterly, vol. 30, no. 4 (Fall 1982).