Television Courtroom Broadcasting: Distraction Effects and Eye-tracking

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Intellect Books, 2012 - 223 pages
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"Are witnesses, jurors or others distracted by television cameras in court? The distraction effects are unknown. The US Supreme Court also cites a lack of empirical effects research. This proof- of-concept study demonstrates for the first time that eye-tracking technology can now accurately determine whether courtroom participants look at the television cameras in the courtroom and for how long. In doing so, Television Courtroom Broadcasting: Distraction Effects and Eye-tracking opens the door to a new era of research of in-court distraction effects. Distraction can now be examined, recorded and verified. Eye-tracking technology provides a solution to one of the biggest courtroom broadcasting concerns as well as the problems of past research methods. Detailed images and drawings help to demonstrate the importance of researching camera-distraction, cones-of-vision, and camera-location-issues in the courtroom." (Book cover)
 

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Table des matières

Empirical Effects Studies
19
Considering Distraction Effects Research
39
Effects and Courtroom ParticipantsActors
53
Distraction and General Research Studies
69
Legalpsychology and Eyetracking
87
The Eyetracking Distraction Solution
109
The First TCB Eyetracking Demonstration
127
The Judge
139
The Witness
147
The SolicitorBarristerLawyer
157
Location Issues
165
Conclusion
189
Diagrams from Short Report Study
197
Bibliography
207
Back Cover
225
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Paul Lambert is a lecturer, lawyer, and writer.

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