What you see is not always what you get: thoughts on the O.J. trial and the camera
Television coverage of the O.J. Simpson trial helped expose the racial divisions that exist in perceptions of the criminal justice system despite the fact that the length and expense of the trial was unprecedented. White people were far more accepting of prosecution assertions that overwhelming evidence was present. African-Americans were more open to defense arguments based on police misconduct and the circumstantiality of the evidence. Media coverage provided the opportunity to expose these fundamental differences in perception and experience.
Publication Name: The John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law
Subject: Library and information science
Elaps in advanced pathology--a case study
The case of a patient with severe complications after rectal adenocarcinoma surgery is reported where the treatment was selected on the basis of individualization of symptoms and prescribed in Korsakovian potencies. The treatment of this case suggests that patients with serious and irreversible anatomical pathology are capable of adaptation and partial recovery.
Publication Name: Homeopathy
Labyrinth of solitude
A profile of Cuauhtemoc Cardenas, Mexico City's mayor is presented. His entrance into that office came after some of the most turbulent chapters in the country's history. The son of one of Mexico's most liked presidents, Cardenas' objective is to restore law and order to the city.
Publication Name: The New York Times Magazine
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