The Construction of Objectivity: An international perspective on the emotive-cognitive process of judicial decision-making

The project JUSTEMOTIONS investigates how objectivity is constructed in different legal systems by comparing legal decision-making in criminal cases in four countries. From prosecution to lower court and the court of appeal, we study the emotive-cognitive components of assessments leading to a decision to prosecute, to appeal, and the judgments of the courts.

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