Kellermann's Kollectionn of:
Last Updated 07/11/06

  1. Anderson, Lisa M. (Fall, 1995). "Presumed Guilty: Or, I Thought This was the Movie of the Week." The Black Scholar, 25(4), 40-42.

  2. Bryant, F.B., & Brockway, J.H. (1997). "Hindsight Bias in Reaction to the Verdict in the O.J. Simpson Criminal Trial." Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 19(2), 225-241.

  3. Chance, Sandra F. (Fall, 1995). "Considering Cameras in the Courtroom." Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 39, 555-561.

  4. Coleman, Mary. (1995). "Our Current Human Sacrifice Dramas." Journal of Psychohistory, 22(4), 398-399.

  5. Demakis, G. J. (1997). "Hindsight Bias and the Simpson Trial: Use in Introductory Psychology." Teaching of Psychology, 24(3), pp. 190-191.

  6. deMause, Lloyd. (1995). "Shooting at Clinton, Prosecuting O.J., and Other Sacrificial Rituals." Journal of Psychohistory, 22(4), 378-393.

  7. Dervin, Dan. (1995). "On Target." Journal of Psychohistory, 22(4), 394-398.

  8. Dervin, D. (1996). "The O.J. Simpson Trial as an Enactment of the Other State of the Union." Journal of Psychohistory, 24(1), 64-70.

  9. Dupre, D. B. (1996). "Blood or Taco Sauce: The Chemistry Behind Criminalists' Testimony in the O.J. Simpson Murder Case." Journal of Chemical Education, 73(1), 60-61.

  10. Felman, S. (1997, Summer). "Forms of Judicial Blindness, or the Evidence of What Cannot Be Seen -- Traumatic Narratives and Legal Repetitions in the O.J. Simpson Case and in Tolstoy's The `Kreutzer Sonata'." Critical Inquiry, 23(4), pp. 738-788.

  11. Gaines, Stanley O., Jr. (Fall, 1995). "O.J. Simpson, Mark Fuhrman, and the Moral 'Low Ground' of Ethnic/Race Relations in the United States." The Black Scholar, 25, 46-47.

  12. Godwin, Robert. (1995). "The Making of an Anti-President: Dr. Clinton and Mr. Newt." Journal of Psychohistory, 22(4), 399-403.

  13. Gordon, Lewis R. (Fall, 1995). "A Lynching Well Lost." The Black Scholar, 25(4), 37-40.

  14. Gordon, Lewis R., Anderson, Lisa M., & Thompson, Jennifer Berlinda. (1995). Race and Racism in the Last Quarter of 95: The OJ and Post-OJ Trial and The Million Man March - A Symposium. The Black Scholar, 25(4), 37-.

  15. Graham, Otis. (1996). "Thinking About O.J. Simpson and Multiplying Divisions: Interpreting History in a Fragmenting Society." The Public Historian, 18(1), 9-.

  16. Graham, Sandra, Weiner, Bernard, & Zucker, Gail Sahar. (1997). "An Attributional Analysis of Punishment Goals and Public Reactions to O.J. Simpson." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 23(4), 331-346.

  17. Horgan, J. (1994). "High Profile: The Simpson Case Raises the Issue of DNA Reliability." Scientific American, 271(4), 33-36.

  18. Joseph, Peniel E. (1995). "'Black' Reconstructed: White Supremacy in Post-Civil Rights America." Black Scholar, 25(4), 52-55.

  19. Kane, Sharon. (1996). "What Part of Speech is O.J. Simpson?: Teaching Grammar and Style Through the News." English Journal, 85(7), 88-90.

  20. Kozol, Wendy. (1995). "Fracturing Domesticity: Media, Nationalism, and the Question of Feminist Influence." Signs, 20(3), 646-667.

  21. Lakoff, R. T. (1997). "The O.J. Simpson Case as an Exercise in Narrative Analysis." Discourse Processes, 23(3), pp. 547-566.

  22. Lamb, C. (1994). "The Popularity of O.J. Simpson Jokes: The More We Know, the More We Laugh." Journal of Popular Culture, 28(1), 223-231.

  23. Latendresse, D., Smith, M., & Rettig, D. (July, 1996). "Black Identity - The O.J. Simpson, Case." Journal Of Social Distress And The Homeless, V5, N3:273-303.

  24. Meyer, Carol H. (1995). "More News From the Men's Club." Affilia Journal of Women and Social Work, 10(1), 5-.

  25. Mixon, K. D., Foley, L. A., & Orme, K. (Sept., 1995). The Influence Of Racial Similarity On The Simpson,O.J. Trial. Journal Of Social Behavior And Personality, V10 N3:481-490.

  26. Moore, M. C., & Moore, L. J. (1997). "Fall From Grace: Implications of the O.J. Simpson Trial for PostModern Criminal Justice." Sociological Spectrum, 17(3), 305-322.

  27. Nall, Hiram & Dennis, James. (1996). "The 1996 Elections and the Simpson Verdict: Is There a Connection?" Journal of Intergroup Relations, 23(3), 3-.

  28. Ogle, Robert R. (1996). "Commentary on Taff, M. L.: The Meaning of the O.J. Simpson Verdict." Journal of Forensic Sciences, 41(6), 1093-.

  29. Ratner, Carl. (1996). "Solidifying Qualitative Methodology." Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 5(3), 319-326.

  30. Rettig, Salomon, Latendresse, Daniel, & Smith, Michelle. (1996). "Black Identity: Response to Our Reviewers." Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 5(3), 327-334.

  31. Rychlak, Joseph F. (1996). "An Enquiry Into the Hermeneutic-Dialectic Method of Inquiry." Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 5(3), 305-317.

  32. Sharpley-Whiting, T. Denean. (1995). "[White] Ladyhood and [Black] Womanhood Revisited: Legitimacy, Violence, and Black Women." The Black Scholar, 25(4), 42-43.

  33. Sheppard, Robin L, & Henion, Jack. (1997). Determining EDTA in Blood - Did the Police Tamper With the Blood Evidence for the O.J. Simpson Trial? Analytical Chemistry, 69(15), 477A-.

  34. Sherwin, Richard K. (1995). "Law and the Myth of the Self in Mass Media Representations." International Journal for the Semiotics of Law/Revue Internationale de Semiotique Juridique, 8(24), 299-326.

  35. Stewart, J. B. (1995). "Race, Science, and Just-us: Understanding Jurors' Reasonable Doubt in the O.J. Simpson Trial." Black Scholar, 25(4), 43-45.

  36. Taff, Mark L. (1996). "The Meaning of the O.J. Simpson Verdict." Journal of Forensic Sciences, 41(4), 552-.

  37. Thompson, Jennifer Berlinda. (Fall, 1995). "No Cause for Joy: A Womanist Response to the O.J. Trial and Its Aftermath." The Black Scholar, 25(4), 56-59.

  38. Voss, James F., Wiley, Jennifer, Ciarrochi, Joseph, Foltz, Peter, & Silfies, Laurie (1996). "Race and the Representation of Discourse: Fictitious Scenarios and the O.J. Simpson Case." Discourse Processes, 22(2), 103-144.

  39. Wenner, Lawrence A. (November, 1994). "Loving the Game to Death: Heroes, Goats, and Spectator Emotion." Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 18(4), 299-302.

  40. Wenner, Lawrence A. (August, 1995). "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Race, Sport, and the Public Eye." Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 19, 227-231.

  41. Weir, Bruce S. (1995). "DNA Statistics in the Simpson Matter." Nature Genetics, 11(4), 365-368.

  42. White, Renee T. (Fall, 1995). "The Economy of Race and Racism." The Black Scholar, 25(4), 49-52.

  43. ----. (1995, May). "Simpson Trial Shows Textbook Examples of Lawyer Stress." ABA Journal, 81, 14-.

  44. ----. (1995, Summer). "An O.J. Retrial Without Cameras?" News Media & the Law, 19(3), 12-.

  45. ----. (1995, Fall). "North Carolina: A Screenwriter Who Interviewed a Detective as a Necessary Witness in the O.J. Simpson Murder Trial and Was Forced to Testify." The News Media and the Law, 19(4), 22-.

  46. ----. (1996, April). "Churches Are Abusing O.J. Simpson, Guest Tells '700 Club'." Church & State, 49(4), 19-.

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