Judging Under Public Pressure

Individuals who engage in “judging” – that is, rendering a determination in a dispute or contest between two parties – might be influenced by public pressure to favor one of the parties. Alma Cohen discusses the circumstances in which public pressure is more and less likely to affect judging.

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