Modern trends in evidence scholarship: is all rosy in the garden?
Jackson, John (2003) Modern trends in evidence scholarship: is all rosy in the garden? Quinnipiac Law Review, 21 (4). pp. 893-906. ISSN 1073-8606
This article reviews the state of evidence scholarship in the early 21st century and argues that it has been enriched by drawing upon a range of different disciplines including social psychology,cognitive science, forensic psychology, mathematics, linguistics and economics. It argues for the relevance of sociological, historical and comparative approaches as a useful corrective aganst the dominant optimism of the rationalist tradition of evidence scholarship.
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