James L. Gibson
TitleCited byYear
Overcoming apartheid: Can truth reconcile a divided nation?
JL Gibson
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 603 (1 …, 2006
7762006
On the legitimacy of national high courts
JL Gibson, GA Caldeira, VA Baird
American Political Science Review 92 (2), 343-358, 1998
7141998
The etiology of public support for the Supreme Court
GA Caldeira, JL Gibson
American journal of political science 36 (3), 635-64, 1992
6731992
Social networks, civil society, and the prospects for consolidating Russia's democratic transition
JL Gibson
American Journal of Political Science, 51-68, 2001
4862001
Democratic values and the transformation of the Soviet Union
JL Gibson, RM Duch, KL Tedin
The Journal of Politics 54 (2), 329-371, 1992
4661992
Overcoming intolerance in South Africa: Experiments in democratic persuasion
JL Gibson, A Gouws
Cambridge University Press, 2005
3802005
Measuring attitudes toward the United States supreme court
JL Gibson, GA Caldeira, LK Spence
American Journal of Political Science 47 (2), 354-367, 2003
3772003
Party organizations in American politics
CC Cotter, JL Gibson, JF Bibby, RJ Huckshorn
University of Pittsburgh Pre, 1989
3661989
Understandings of justice: Institutional legitimacy, procedural justice, and political tolerance
JL Gibson
Law and Society Review, 469-496, 1989
3461989
Judges' role orientations, attitudes, and decisions: An interactive model
JL Gibson
American Political Science Review 72 (3), 911-924, 1978
3261978
The Supreme Court and the US presidential election of 2000: Wounds, self-inflicted or otherwise?
JL Gibson, GA Caldeira, LK Spence
British Journal of Political Science 33 (4), 535-556, 2003
3132003
The legitimacy of the Court of Justice in the European Union: Models of institutional support
GA Caldeira, JL Gibson
American Political Science Review 89 (2), 356-376, 1995
3081995
Citizens, courts, and confirmations: Positivity theory and the judgments of the American people
JL Gibson, GA Caldeira
Princeton University Press, 2009
3002009
Does truth lead to reconciliation? Testing the causal assumptions of the South African truth and reconciliation process
JL Gibson
American Journal of Political Science 48 (2), 201-217, 2004
2932004
Why do people accept public policies they oppose? Testing legitimacy theory with a survey-based experiment
JL Gibson, GA Caldeira, LK Spence
Political Research Quarterly 58 (2), 187-201, 2005
2832005
The legitimacy of transnational legal institutions: Compliance, support, and the European Court of Justice
JL Gibson, GA Caldeira
American Journal of Political Science, 459-489, 1995
2671995
The political consequences of intolerance: Cultural conformity and political freedom
JL Gibson
American Political Science Review 86 (2), 338-356, 1992
2461992
Truth, justice, and reconciliation: Judging the fairness of amnesty in South Africa
JL Gibson
American Journal of Political Science, 540-556, 2002
2332002
The legal cultures of Europe
JL Gibson, GA Caldeira
Law and Society Review, 55-85, 1996
2331996
The contributions of truth to reconciliation: Lessons from South Africa
JL Gibson
Journal of conflict resolution 50 (3), 409-432, 2006
2322006
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