Judging and Emotion

By Anleu, Sharyn Roach, Mack, Kathy

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Judging and Emotion investigates how judicial officers understand, experience, display, manage and deploy emotions in their everyday work, in light of their fundamental commitment to impartiality.Judging and Emotion challenges the conventional assumption that emotion is inherently unpredictable, stressful or a personal quality inconsistent with impartiality. Extensive empirical research with Australian judicial officers demonstrates the ways emotion, emotional capacities and emotion work are integral to judicial practice. Judging and Emotion articulates a broader conception of emotion, as a social practice emerging from interaction, and demonstrates how judicial officers undertake emotion work and use emotion as a resource to achieve impartiality. A key insight is that institutional requirements, including conceptions of impartiality as dispassion, do not completely determine the emotion dimensions of judicial work. Through their everyday work, judicial officers construct and maintain the boundaries of an impartial judicial role which necessarily incorporates emotion and emotion work.Building on a growing interest in emotion in law and social sciences, this book will be of considerable importance to socio-legal scholars, sociologists, the judiciary, legal practitioners and all users of the courts.

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EAN

9781351718158

Format

ebook

Author

Anleu, Sharyn Roach,Mack, Kathy

Category

Publisher

Taylor and Francis

Pages

214

Language

eng

Imprint

Routledge

Published Date

2021-02-03

EAN 9781351718158
Format Ebook
Author Anleu, Sharyn Roach,Mack, Kathy
Category
Publisher Taylor and Francis
Pages 214
Language eng
Imprint Routledge
Published Date 2021-02-03

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