Michael A. Zilis
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The limits of legitimacy: Dissenting opinions, media coverage, and public responses to Supreme Court decisions
M Zilis
University of Michigan Press, 2015
Minority groups and judicial legitimacy: Group affect and the incentives for judicial responsiveness
MA Zilis
Political Research Quarterly 71 (2), 270-283, 2018
The conditional effectiveness of legislative threats: how court curbing alters the behavior of (some) supreme court justices
A Mark, MA Zilis
Political Research Quarterly 72 (3), 570-583, 2019
Restraining the court: assessing accounts of congressional attempts to limit Supreme Court authority
A Mark, MA Zilis
Legislative Studies Quarterly 43 (1), 141-169, 2018
Negative media coverage of the supreme court: The interactive role of opinion language, coalition size, and ideological signals
A Denison, J Wedeking, MA Zilis
Social Science Quarterly 101 (1), 121-143, 2020
Ascriptive characteristics and perceptions of impropriety in the rule of law: Race, gender, and public assessments of whether judges can be impartial
Y Ono, MA Zilis
American journal of political science 66 (1), 43-58, 2022
Disagreeable rhetoric and the prospect of public opposition: Opinion moderation on the US Supreme Court
J Wedeking, MA Zilis
Political Research Quarterly 71 (2), 380-394, 2018
The rights paradox: How group attitudes shape US Supreme Court legitimacy
MA Zilis
Cambridge University Press, 2021
Blurring institutional boundaries: Judges’ perceptions of threats to judicial independence
A Mark, MA Zilis
Journal of Law and Courts 6 (2), 333-353, 2018
How identity politics polarizes rule of law opinions
MA Zilis
Political Behavior 44 (1), 179-199, 2022
Hitting the Bullseye in Supreme Court Coverage: News Quality in the Court's 2014 Term
MA Zilis, J Wedeking, A Denison
Elon L. Rev. 9, 489, 2017
The political consequences of Supreme Court consensus: Media coverage, public opinion, and unanimity as a public-facing strategy
MA Zilis
Wash. UJL & Pol'y 54, 229, 2017
Judicial legitimacy, political polarization, and how the public views the Supreme Court
M Zilis, R Blandau
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, 2021
Cognitive heuristics, inter-institutional politics, and public perceptions of insulated institutions: The case of the US Supreme court
MA Zilis
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 33 (1), 76-98, 2021
Stepping on Congress: Courts, Congress, and Interinstitutional Politics
F Maltzman, A Mark, CR Shipan, MA Zilis
Journal of Law and Courts 2 (2), 219-240, 2014
The Sources and Consequences of Political Rhetoric: Issue Importance, Collegial Bargaining, and Disagreeable Rhetoric in Supreme Court Opinions
M Zilis, J Wedeking
Journal of Law and Courts 8 (2), 203-227, 2020
Bring the masks and sanitizer: The surprising bipartisan Consensus about safety measures for in-person voting during the Coronavirus pandemic
JA Douglas, MA Zilis
Ga. L. Rev. 55, 1585, 2020
Do Americans perceive diverse judges as inherently biased?
Y Ono, MA Zilis
Politics, Groups, and Identities 11 (2), 335-344, 2023
Defying the Supreme Court: The Impact of Overt Resistance to Landmark Legal Rulings
MA Zilis, X Borne
Social Science Quarterly 102 (2), 920-938, 2021
Investigating the Effects of Judicial Legitimacy on Micro-Level Opinion
M Zilis
APSA 2014 Annual Meeting Paper, 2014
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