Justin Wedeking
Justin Wedeking
Professor of Political Science, University of Kentucky
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Justices and legal clarity: Analyzing the complexity of US Supreme Court opinions
RJ Owens, JP Wedeking
Law & Society Review 45 (4), 1027-1061, 2011
Supreme Court litigants and strategic framing
J Wedeking
American Journal of Political Science 54 (3), 617-631, 2010
The (dis) advantage of certainty: The importance of certainty in language
PC Corley, J Wedeking
Law & Society Review 48 (1), 35-62, 2014
How the Supreme Court alters opinion language to evade congressional review
RJ Owens, J Wedeking, PC Wohlfarth
Journal of Law and Courts 1 (1), 35-59, 2013
US Supreme Court opinions and their audiences
RC Black, RJ Owens, J Wedeking, PC Wohlfarth
Cambridge University Press, 2016
People Who Have Their Tickets But Do Not Use Them: “Motor Voter,” Registration, and Turnout Revisited
RD Brown, J Wedeking
American Politics Research 34 (4), 479-504, 2006
The influence of public sentiment on Supreme Court opinion clarity
RC Black, RJ Owens, J Wedeking, PC Wohlfarth
Law & Society Review 50 (3), 703-732, 2016
Oral arguments and coalition formation on the US Supreme Court: A deliberate dialogue
RC Black, TR Johnson, J Wedeking
University of Michigan Press, 2012
Predicting Drift on Politically Insulated Institutions: A Study of Ideological Drift on the United States Supreme Court
RJ Owens, J Wedeking
The Journal of Politics 74 (2), 487-500, 2012
Pardon the Interruption: An Empirical Analysis of Supreme Court Justices' Behavior During Oral Arguments
TR Johnson, RC Black, J Wedeking
Loy. L. Rev. 55, 331, 2009
“No hints, no forecasts, no previews”: An empirical analysis of Supreme Court nominee candor from Harlan to Kagan
D Farganis, J Wedeking
Law & Society Review 45 (3), 525-559, 2011
Supreme Court confirmation hearings in the US Senate: Reconsidering the charade
D Farganis, J Wedeking
University of Michigan Press, 2014
Disagreeable Rhetoric and the Prospect of Public Opposition: Opinion Moderation on the US Supreme Court
J Wedeking, MA Zilis
Political Research Quarterly 71 (2), 380-394, 2018
Examining the impact of refusal conversions and high callback attempts on measurement error in surveys
JM Miller, J Wedeking
A. Meet. American Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, 2006
Negative media coverage of the Supreme court: The interactive role of opinion language, coalition size, and ideological signals
A Denison, J Wedeking, MA Zilis
Social Science Quarterly 101 (1), 121-143, 2020
The Conscientious Justice: How Supreme Court Justices' Personalities Influence the Law, the High Court, and the Constitution
RC Black, RJ Owens, J Wedeking, PC Wohlfarth
Cambridge University Press, 2019
Perceptions and experiences of gender fairness in Mississippi courts
JW Winkle III, J Wedeking
Judicature 87, 126, 2003
The relationship between nonresponse strategies and measurement error
N Malhotra, JM Miller, J Wedeking
Online Panel Research: Data Quality Perspective, A, 313-336, 2014
Why do policy-motivated justices conform to unfavorable precedents? The role of social-legal backgrounds and precedential characteristics
J Wedeking
Justice System Journal 33 (1), 69-95, 2012
The Candor Factor: Does Nominee Evasiveness Affect Judiciary Committee Support for Supreme Court Nominees?
J Wedeking, D Farganis
Hofstra Law Review 39 (2), 329-368, 2010
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