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James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal, 2020
Due Process is the right to fair and objective process in judicial matters. This is a right recognized in the 5th and 14th amendments of the United States Constitution, which provides that no one should be "be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law." In campus judicial proceedings, institutions should rely on…
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Higher Education, Citizenship, Constitutional Law
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Åker, Tone H.; Johnson, Miriam S. – Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 2020
Background: Although people with disabilities are more exposed to violence and sexual abuse, research on the judicial process in such cases is still lacking. This study uses crime statistics to describe this phenomenon. Method: A national sample from the National Criminal Investigation Service in Norway was analysed for the period October 2015 to…
Descriptors: Sexual Abuse, Violence, Intellectual Disability, Physical Disabilities
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Tumanov, Dmitriy Yu.; Sakhapov, Rinat R.; Faizrahmanov, Damir I.; Safin, Robert R. – International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 2016
The purpose of the study is to analyze the implementation of the democratic principles in the court and judicial process in the trial by jury by the example of the history and development of this institution in Russia. The authors used different methods and approaches, in particular, historical, systemic and Aristotelian method, concrete…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Court Litigation, Democratic Values, Historical Interpretation
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Mercier, Celine; Crocker, Anne G. – British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 2011
This paper deals with the initial steps of the judicial process for persons with intellectual disabilities who are suspected of a minor offense; a stage where plaintiffs, police officers, and crown attorneys make a series of decisions that will have a significant impact on the course of the judicial process. The objective of this study was…
Descriptors: Mental Retardation, Police, Criminals, Justice
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Perry-Hazan, Lotem; Perelstain, Oshrat – Journal of Educational Change, 2018
This study explores the impact of litigation on the mobilization of ethnic equality in the admission to Haredi (ultra-Orthodox) schools in Israel, and examines the socio-political mechanisms that have shaped this impact. It uses a case-study approach and draws on an analysis of documents and interviews. The findings confirm the conclusions of…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Equal Education, Ethnic Groups, Educational Policy
Lucas, Christopher M. – ProQuest LLC, 2009
For educators in the field of higher education and judicial affairs, issues are growing. Campus adjudicators must somehow maximize every opportunity for student education and development in the context of declining resources and increasing expectations of public accountability. Numbers of student misconduct cases, including matters of violence and…
Descriptors: Sanctions, Student Attitudes, Safety, Court Litigation
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Ragle, John D.; Paine, Gage E. – New Directions for Student Services, 2009
The Assessment-Intervention of Student Problems (AISP) model is a useful tool for preparing student affairs professionals to assess the problems of disturbed, disturbing, or disturbed/disturbing students and to make appropriate referrals. It is particularly useful because it emphasizes the necessity of developing an integrated system for this…
Descriptors: Student Problems, Sanctions, School Security, Referral
Gore, Robin A. – ProQuest LLC, 2019
Underreporting of college sexual assaults remains a problem in the United States. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to investigate which factors, that are commonly identified with the feelings of shame, are associated with college sexual assault reporting. Accordingly, this research aimed to answer the following questions: (1) Which shame…
Descriptors: Sexual Abuse, Rape, Crime, Violence
Williams, Jeremy Lloyd – ProQuest LLC, 2018
This study of perceptions of campus climate for Personal and Social Responsibility (PSR) evaluated the extent to which observable differences existed among campuses that had or did not have military cadets as their primary student population. Specifically, it looked at civilian colleges and universities and collegiate military academies such as…
Descriptors: Integrity, Ethics, Student Attitudes, Armed Forces
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Superfine, Benjamin Michael – Review of Educational Research, 2010
Judicial decisions focusing on equal educational opportunity involve significant issues of educational governance and often involve explicit questions about the extent to which authority to make educational decisions should be centralized or decentralized across various institutions and entities. This review aims at clarifying scholars'…
Descriptors: Equal Education, School Desegregation, School Choice, Courts
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Mayrowetz, David; Lapham, John – Educational Policy, 2008
When courts engage in educational policymaking through what is called "public law litigation," they set foot in unsettled territory. Framing the authors' work in legal studies literature, this article relays how one court engaged in a sweeping reform of special education in Chicago and teacher certification in the entire state of…
Descriptors: Court Litigation, Government Role, Laws, Teacher Certification
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Lodewijks, Henny P. B.; de Ruiter, Corine; Doreleijers, Theo A. H. – Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2010
This study examined the impact of protective factors, assessed by means of the Structured Assessment of Violence Risk in Youth (SAVRY), on desistance from violent reoffending in adolescents. Three samples included male adolescents in different stages of the judicial process: pre-trial (n = 111); during residential treatment (n = 66); and after…
Descriptors: At Risk Persons, Adolescents, Program Effectiveness, Juvenile Justice
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Whitaker, Elaine – College Composition and Communication, 2007
After reading Kathryn Valentine's article that talked about her interaction with a Chinese student accused of plagiarism, the author was reminded of the effectiveness of student judicial boards. In this article, the author describes the benefits of having a student judicial board in fighting off plagiarism among students. She relates that although…
Descriptors: College Instruction, Plagiarism, Cheating, Role
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Ellsberry, James – Journal of Experiential Education, 1980
Maintaining that the judicial process is particularly effective as a form of program evaluation, this article details organizational procedures and lists the following advantages for use of the judicial process: issues are investigated in an open forum, the community can participate, and exciting opportunities for teaching and learning are…
Descriptors: Educational Innovation, Evaluation, Experiential Learning, Learning Activities
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Ben-David, Vered – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2011
Ambiguity over the concepts of "parental capability" and "the child's best interests" in the Israeli adoption law, and a lack of sufficient professional knowledge can lead to bias in the professional decision-making process regarding child adoption. This study investigates the idea that judges do not use only legal…
Descriptors: Priming, Judges, Courts, Laws
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