Book Title: Open Judicial Politics

Author: Collected works

Book Description: The impetus for this volume was a multitude of conversations regarding pedagogy and teaching related to our judicial process courses. Based on these conversations, we identified four main threads or needs of our colleagues: First, many of us bring or want to bring more “political science” into our classes, though we also want to avoid the high costs of reinventing successful existing courses to do so. Second, our programs all require a political methodology course, and we want to reinforce those lessons in our substantive courses. We want to encourage our students’ understanding of how to read and understand research studies as well as how to craft their own research questions. Third, we want to keep our courses as current as possible. And fourth, we wanted to find a way to bring the cost of our courses down, as we see so many students struggle with the high costs of a college degree. This volume (as well as any future editions) addresses each of these concerns.

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Title
Open Judicial Politics
Author
Collected works
Editors
Rorie Spill Solberg and Eric Waltenburg
Contributors
Susan Achury, Miles T. Armaly, Christine M. Bailey, Megan Balcom, Alyson Hendricks-Benton, Henrik Litleré Bentsen, Ryan C. Black, Joseph P. Bolton, Alan Cardenas, Robert A. Carp, Austin Carsh, Scott A. Comparato, Tao Dumas, Bailey R. Fairbanks, Kenneth E. Fernandez, Michael P. Fix, John Wagner Givens, Shane A. Gleason, Greg Goelzhauser, Aidan González, Scott Hofer, Jason A. Husser, Petar Jeknic, Ben Johnson, Susan W. Johnson, Jenna Becker Kane, Jeanine E. Kraybill, Christopher D. Kromphardt, Elizabeth A. Lane, Kenneth L. Manning, Ana R. Martin, Mark Jonathan McKenzie, William P. McLauchlan, Mark C. Miller, Carol Moreno, Kyle J. Morgan, Laura P. Moyer, Richard L. Pacelle Jr., Jonathan A. Picado, Richard S. Price, Barry W. Pyle, Kirk A. Randazzo, Rebecca A. Reid, Kristen M. Renberg, Douglas Rice, Kristenne M. Robison, Adam G. Rutkowski, John M. Scheb II, Jessica A. Schoenherr, Rachel A. Schutte, Hemant K. Sharma, Jon Kåre Skiple, Lauren Sluss, Craig Alan Smith, Shannon Ishiyama Smithey, Rorie Spill Solberg, Ronald Stidham, Molly Stone, Christopher Stout, Logan Strother, and Eric Waltenburg
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Open Judicial Politics by Rorie Spill Solberg & Eric Waltenburg is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

Publication and ongoing maintenance of this textbook is possible due to grant support from Oregon State University Ecampus.

OERU Editorial support: Ariel Meshorer

OERU Illustration support: Daniel Thompson

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Primary Subject
Law
Additional Subject(s)
Legal systems: judicial powers
Publisher
Oregon State Univeristy
Publication Date
August 18, 2021
Print ISBN
978-1-955101-09-7