Wednesday, September 5, 2012

September 5, 2012

American Political Science Review, Vol. 106, #3, 2012
Biology & Philosophy, Vol. 27, #5, 2012
CPS: Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 45, #8, 2012
Development Policy Review, Vol. 30, #5, 2012
Human Rights Review, Vol. 13, #3, 2012
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Vol. 24, #4, 2012

American Political Science Review, Vol. 106, #3, 2012
Jacob Gerner Hariri.  The autocratic legacy of early statehood.
Stephan Haggard and Robert R. Kaufman.  Inequality and regime change: Democratic transitions and the stability of democratic rule.
Katherine Cramer Walsh.  Putting inequality in its place: Rural consciousness and the power of perspective.
Christopher F. Karpowitz, Tali Mendelberg, and Lee Shaker.  Gender inequality in deliberative participation.
Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon.  The civic origins of progressive policy change: Combating violence against women in global perspective, 1975-2005.
Regina Bateson.  Crime victimization and political participation.
Mahvish Shami.  Collective action, clientelism, and connectivity.
Nadia Urbinati.  Competing for liberty: The Republican critique of democracy.
Clifford J. Carrubba and Tom S. Clark.  Rule creation in a political hierarchy.
Christopher Meckstroth.  Socratic method and political science.
Mark Andreas Kayser and Michael Peress.  Benchmarking across borders: Electoral accountability and the necessity of comparison.
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Biology & Philosophy, Vol.  27, #5, 2012
Guy Dove.  Grammar as a developmental phenomenon.
Neil Sinclair.  Metaethics, teleosemantics, and the function of moral judgments.
Daniel W. McShea.  Upper-directed systems: A new approach to teleology in biology.
Collin Rice.  Optimality explanations: A plea for an alternative approach.
Nicholaos Jones and Olaf Wolkenhauer.  Diagrams as locality aids for explanation and model construction in cell biology.
Martin Barrett, Hayley Clatterbuck, Michael Goldsby, Casey Helgeson, Brian McLoone, et al.  Puzzles for ZFEL, McShea and Brandon’s zero force evolutionary law.
Robert N. Brandon and Daniel W. McShea.  Four solutions for four puzzles.
Book Reviews
Alex Mesoudi.  Cultural Evolution: How Darwinian Theory Can Explain Human Culture and Synthesize the Social Sciences.  The Darwinian view of culture.  Review by Tim Lewens.
Geoff Chambers.  The species problem: seeking new solutions for philosophers and biologists.
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CPS: Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 45, #8, 2012
Karen L. Remmer.  The rise of leftist – populist governance in Latin America: The roots of electoral change.
Michael Albertus and Victor Menaldo.  If you’re against them you’re with us: The effect of expropriation on autocratic survival.
Nathan M. Jensen.  Fiscal policy and the firm: Do low corporate tax rates attract multinational corporations?
Vineeta Yadav.  Legislative institutions and corruption in developing country democracies.
Book Reviews
V. Yadav.  Political Parties, Business Groups and Corruption in Developing Countries.  Review by Iva Bozovic.
D. Breznitz.  Innovation and the State: Political Choice and Strategies for Growth in Israel, Taiwan, and Ireland.  Review by Paulette Kurzer.
J.S. Levy and W.R. Thompson.  The Arc of War: Origins, Escalation, and Transformation.  Review by Alex Weisiger.
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Development Policy Review, Vol. 30, #5, 2012
Elizabeth Cooper and Kate Bird.  Inheritance: A gendered and intergenerational dimension of poverty.
Amber Peterman.  Widowhood and asset inheritance in Sub-Saharan Africa: Empirical evidence from 15 countries.
Neha Kumar and Agnes Quisumbing.  Inheritance practices and gender differences in poverty and well-being in rural Ethiopia.
Cheryl Doss, Mai Truong, Gorrettie Nabanoga, and Justine Namaalwa.  Women, marriage, and asset inheritance in Uganda.
Anirudh Krishna.  Characteristics and patterns of intergenerational poverty traps and escapes in rural north India.
Elizabeth Cooper.  Women and inheritance in Sub-Saharan Africa: What can change?
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Human Rights Review, Vol. 13, #3, 2012
Eun-Jung Katherine Kim.  Justifying human rights: Does consensus matter?
Courtney Hillebrecht.  Implementing international human rights law at home: Domestic politics and the European Court of Human Rights.
Freek van der Vet.  Seeking life, finding justice: Russian NGO litigation and Chechen disappearances before the European Court of Human Rights.
William H. Meyer.  Indigenous rights, global governance, and state sovereignty.
Rosemary Nagy.  Truth, reconciliation, and settler denial: Specifying the Canada-South Africa analogy.
George Andreopoulos.  Labor rights as human rights?  Challenges and prospects for collective bargaining.
Lance Compa.  Do international freedom of association standards apply to public sector labor relations in the United States?
Susan Kang.  Right v. privilege: Contesting public sector labor rights in the United States.
Charles W. Baird.  Government-sector unionism and human rights.
Joseph A. McCartin.  Beyond human rights: Understanding and addressing the attack on public sector unions.
Book Reviews
Sergio Ramirez.  Adios Muchachos: A Memoir of the Sandinista Revolution.  Review by Andrew J. Kirkendall.
Cora Alexa Doving and Nicolas Schwaller.  Minority Narratives and National Memory.  Review by Guy Lancaster.
Nicholas Agar.  Humanity’s End: Why We Should Reject Radical Enhancement.  Review by Lantz Miller.
Peter Longerich.  Holocaust: The Nazi persecution and murder of the Jews.  Review by Mari Rethelyi.
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Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Vol. 24, #4, 2012
Kyle Powys Whyte and Paul B. Thompson.  Ideas for how to take wicked problems seriously.
Bryan G. Norton.  The ways of wickedness: Analyzing messiness with messy tools.
Thomas Seager, Evan Selinger, and Arnim Wiek.  Sustainable engineering science for resolving wicked problems.
Paul B. Thompson and Kyle Powys Whyte.  What happens to environmental philosophy in a wicked world?
Elisabeth Graffy.  Agrarian ideals, sustainability ethics, and US policy: A critique for practitioners.
Erin McKenna.  Feminism and farming: A response to Paul Thompson’sthe Agrarian Vision.
Lee A. McBride III.  Agrarian ideals and practices: Comments on Paul B. Thompson’s The Agrarian Vision.
Raymond Anthony.  The ethics of food for tomorrow: On the viability of agrarianism – how far can it go?  Comments on Paul Thompson’s Agrarian Vision.
Paul B. Thompson.  Re-envisioning the agrarian ideal.
Anders Nordgren.  Ethical issues in mitigation of climate change: The option of reduced meat production and consumption.
N.A. Onyekuru and Rob Marchant.  Nigeria’s response to the impacts of climate change: Developing resilient and ethical adaptation options.
M. Zisenis.  EU DAISIE research project: Wanted – death penalty to keep native species competitive?
James Yeates.  Quality time: Temporal and other aspects of ethical principles based on a “Life Worth Living.”
Review Paper
Michiel Korthals.  Emotions, truths, and meanings regarding cattle: Should we eat meat?
Book Review
Anna Lappe.  Diet for a Hot Planet: The Climate Crisis at the End of Your Fork and What You Can Do About It.  Review by Diane Veale Jones.
Michael Morris.  Factory Farming and Animal Liberation in New Zealand.  Review by Dennis Keeney.
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