Monday, October 22, 2012

October 22, 2012 Part 2

Bioethics, Vol. 26, #9, 2012
Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 45, #11, 2012
Development Policy Review, Vol. 30, #6, 2012
Dialogue, Vol. 51, #1, 2012
Economics & Politics, Vol. 24, #3, 2012
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. 48, #6, 2012 
Journal of Law and Economics, Vol. 55, #1, 2012
Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Vol. 40, #3, 2012
Journal of Politics, Vol. 74, #4, 2012
Journal of Religious Ethics, Vol. 40, #4, 2012
Journal of the History of Philosophy, Vol. 50, #4, 2012

Bioethics, Vol. 26, #9, 2012
Jonathan Wolff, Sarah Edwards, Sarah Richmond, Shepley Orr, and Geraint Rees.  Evaluating interventions in health: A reconciliatory approach.
Rob Sparrow.  Human enhancement and sexual dimorphism.
Eric Chwang.  Cluster randomization and political philosophy.
Alison Shaw.  ‘They say Islam has a solution for everything, so why are there no guidelines for this?’ Ethical dilemmas associated with the births and deaths of infants with fatal abnormalities from a small sample of Pakistani Muslim couples in Britain.
Shlomit Harrosh.  Identifying harms.
Richard Moskowitz.  For homeopathy: A practicing physician’s perspective.
Lionel Milgrom and Kate Chatfield.  Is homeopathy really ‘morally and ethically unacceptable’? A critique of pure scientism.
Irene Sebastian.  Homeopathy and extraordinary claims – a response to Smith’s utilitarian argument.
Paolo Bellavite.  On the plausibility of homeopathic ‘similitude.’
Kevin Smith.  Homeopathy is unscientific and unethical.
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Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 45, #11, 2012
Denise M. Walsh.  Does the quality of democracy matter for women’s rights?  Just debate and democratic transition in Chile and South Africa.
Danielle Resnick.  Opposition parties and the urban poor in African democracies.
Jeffrey Becker.  The knowledge to act: Chinese migrant labor protests in comparative perspective.
David A. Steinberg and Victor C. Shih.  Interest group influence in authoritarian states: The political determinants of Chinese exchange rate policy.
Book Reviews
M. Lange.  Educations in Ethnic Violence: Identity, Educational Bubbles, and Resources Mobilization.  Review by Yu Sasaki.
R.J. Dalton, D.M. Farrell, and I. McAllister.  Political Parties and Democratic Linkage: How Parties Organize Democracy.  Review by Jae-Jae Spoon.
H. Kim.  Korean Democracy in Transition: A Rational Blueprint for Developing Societies.  Review by Kyong Jun Choi.
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Development Policy Review, Vol. 30, #6, 2012
Alfredo Stein and Philipp Horn.  Asset accumulation: An alternative approach to achieving the Millennium Development Goals.
Tom de Herdt, Kristof Titeca, and Inge Wagemakers.  Make schools, not war?  Donors’ rewriting of the social contract in the DRC.
Peter Kragelund.  The revival of non-traditional state actors’ interests in Africa: Does it matter for policy autonomy?
Susan Johnson and Steven Arnold.  Inclusive financial markets: Is transformation under way in Kenya?
Nathalie Holvoet, Marie Gildemyn, and Liesbeth Inberg.  Taking stock of monitoring and evaluation arrangements in the context of poverty reduction strategy papers: Evidence from 20 aid-dependent countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Anda Mariana David and Mohamed Ali Marouani.  Poverty reduction and growth interactions: What can be learned from the Syrian experience?
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Dialogue, Vol. 51, #1, 2012
Stephane Lemaire.  Values and value judgments: New perspectives.
Christine Tappolet.  Valeurs et emotions, les perspectives du neo-sentimentalisme.
Stephane Lemaire.  The FA analysis of emotional values and practical reasons.
Julien A. Deonna and Fabrice Teroni.  From justified emotions to justified evaluative judgements.
Pascal Ludwig.  De la relativite des jugements moraux.
Isidora Stojanovic.  Emotional disagreement: The role of semantic content in the expression of, and disagreement over, emotional values.
Barry C. Smith.  Empathie et perception des valeurs.
Cain Todd.  Percevoir l’expression emotionnelle dans les objets inanimes: l’exemple du vin.
Julien Dutant.  The value and expected value of knowledge.
Claude Panaacio. Qu’est-ce qu’un concept?  Review by Paul Bernier.
Rosa Bruno-Jofre, James Scott Johnston, Gonzalo Jover, and Daniel Trohler.  Democracy and the Intersection of Religion and Traditions: The Reading of John Dewey’s Understanding of Democracy and Education.  Review by Cherilyn Keall.
Antoine Arnauld.  Des varies et des fausses idees.  Review by Joel Boudreault.
Paul W. Kahn.  Political Theology: Four New Chapters on Sovereignty.  Review by Michael Marder.
David Galston Montreal.  Archives and the Event of God: The Impact of Michel Foucault on Philosophical  Theology.  Review by Mehmet Karabela.
Peter Ahrensdorf.  Greek Tragedy and Political Philosophy: Rationalism and Religion in Sophocles’ Theban Plays.  Review by Catalin Partenie.
Susan Wolf.  Meaning in Life and Why it Matters.  Review by David Matheson.
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Economics & Politics, Vol. 24, #3, 2012
Patrick L. Warren.  Volunteer militaries, the draft, and support for war.
David Epstein, Bahar LEventoglu, and Sharyn O’halloran.  Minorities and democratization.
Michael Albertus and Victor Menaldo.  Dictators as founding fathers?  The role of constitutions under autocracy.
Celine Azemar, Julia Darby, Rodolphe Desbordes, and Ian Wooton.  Market familiarity and the location of south and north MNEs.
Justin Mattias Valasek.  Get out the vote: How encouraging voting changes political outcomes.
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Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. 48, #6, 2012 
Laurie T. O’Brien, Brenda Major, and Stefanie Simon.  Why did you choose that person over me?  Ingroup rejection and attributions to discrimination.
Mark J. Landau, Daniel Sullivan, Lucas A. Keefer, Zachary K. Rothschild, Mark R. Osman.  Subjectivity uncertainty theory of objectification: Compensating for uncertainty about how to positively relate to others by downplaying their subjective attributes.
Tania Ramos, Leonel Garcia-Marques, David L. Hamilton, Mario Ferreira, and Kaat Van Acker.  What I infer depends on who you are: The influence of stereotypes on trait and situational spontaneous inferences.
Ana Sofia Santos, Leonel Garcia-Marques, Diane M. Mackie, Mario B. Ferreira, B. Keith Payne, and Sergio Moreira.  Implicit open-mindedness: Evidence for and limits on stereotype malleability.
Patricia G. Devine, Patrick S. Forscher, Anthony J. Austin, and William T.L. Cox.  Long-term reduction in implicit race bias: A prejudice habit-breaking intervention.
Kimberly A. Hartson and David K. Sherman.  Gradual escalation: The role of continuous commitments in perceptions of guilt.
Yphtach Lelkes, Jon A. Krosnick, David M. Marx, Charles M. Judd, and Bernadette Park.  Complete anonymity compromises the accuracy of self-reports.
Kimberly Rios, S. Christian Wheeler, and Dale T. Miller.  Compensatory noncomformity: Self-uncertainty and low implicit self-esteem increase adoption and expression of minority opinions.
Richard P. Eibach and Steven E. Mock.  System justifying functions of myths that exaggerate the emotional rewards of parenthood.
Richard V. Kendrick and Michael A. Olson.  When feeling right leads to being right in the reporting of implicitly-formed attitudes, or how I learned to stop worrying and trust my gut.
Daniel C. Feiler, Leigh P. Tost, and Adam M. Grant.  Mixed reasons, missed givings: The costs of blending egoistic and altruistic reasons in donation requests.
Michelle R. Hebl, Melissa J. Willaims, Jane M. Sundermann, Harrison J. Kell, and Paul G. Davies.  Selectively friending: Racial stereotypicality and social rejection.
Carlos Alos-Ferrer, Dura-Georg Granic, Fei Shi, and Alexander K. Wagner.  Choices and preferences: Evidence from implicit choices and response times.
Mitchell J. Callan, Rael J. Dawtry, and James M. Olson.  Justice motive effects in ageism: The effects of a victim’s age on observer perceptions of injustice and punishment judgments.
Fang Fang Chen, Yiming Jing, and Jeong Min Lee.  “I” value competence but “we” value social competence: The moderating role of voters’ individualistic and collectivistic orientation in political elections.
Mario Gollwitzer and Andre Melzer.  Macbeth and the joystick: Evidence for moral cleansing after playing a violent video game.
Flash Reports
Cheryl J. Wakslak.  The experience of cognitive dissonance in important and trivial domains: A construal-level theory approach.
Jesse Lee Preston and Ryan S. Ritter.  Cleanliness and godliness: Mutual association between two kinds of personal purity.
Adam J. Fay and Jon K. Maner.  Warmth, spatial proximity, and social attachment: The embodied perception of a social metaphor.
Nathaniel J. Ratcliff, Michael J. Bernstein, Jessica L. Cundiff, Theresa K. Vescio.  Seeing wrath from the top (through stratified lenses): Perceivers high in social dominance orientation show superior anger identification for high-status individuals.
Ursula Hess, Reginald B. Adams Jr., Annie Simard, Michael T. Stevenson, and Robert E. Kleck.  Smiling and sad wrinkles: Age-related changes in the face and the perception of emotions and intentions.
Kostadin Kushlev, Elizabeth W. Dunn, and Claire E. Ashton-James.  Does affluence impoverish the experience of parenting?
Florian van Leeuwen, Justin H. Park, and Ian S. Penton-Voak.  Another fundamental social category?  Spontaneous categorization of people who uphold or violate moral norms.
Nicole M. Stephens, Sarah S.M. Townsend, Hazel Rose Markus, and L. Taylor Philips.  A cultural mismatch: Independent cultural norms produce greater increases in cortisol and more negative emotions among first-generation college students.
Andrew R. Todd and Adam D. Galinsky.  The reciprocal link between multiculturalism and perspective-taking: How ideological and self-regulatory approaches to managing diversity each other.
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Journal of Law and Economics, Vol. 55, #1, 2012
David Dranove, Subramaniam Ramanarayanan, and Yasutora Watanabe.  Delivering bad news: Market responses to negligence.
Paul R. Zimmerman.  The competitive impact of hypermarket retailers on gasoline prices.
Petra Moser.  Innovation without patents: Evidence from world’s fairs.
Severin Borenstein and Lucas W. Davis.  The equity and efficiency of two-part tariffs in U.S. natural gas markets.
Leonid Peisakhin.  Transparency and corruption: Evidence from India.
Darius Lakdawalla and Tomas Philipson.  Does intellectual property restrict output?  An analysis of pharmaceutical markets.
Michal Grajek and Lars-Hendrik Roller.  Regulation and investment in network industries: Evidence from European telecoms.
Heather Antecol and Janet Kiholm Smith.  The early decision option in college admission and its impact on student diversity.
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Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Vol. 40, #3, 2012
Symposium 1 Articles
Aaron S. Kesselheim and David Orentlicher.  Introduction: Insights from a national conference: “Conflicts of interest in the practice of medicine.”
Bernard Lo.  The future of conflicts of interest: A call for professional standards.
Christopher Robertson, Susannah Rose, and Aaron S. Kesselheim.  Effect of financial relationships on the behaviors of health care professionals: A review of the evidence.
Richard S. Saver.  Is it really all about the money? Reconsidering non-financial interests in medical research.
Sunita Sah.  Conflicts of interest and your physician: Psychological processes that cause unexpected changes in behavior.
Robert Steinbrook and Bernard Lo.  Medical journals and conflicts of interest.
Kate Greenwood, Carl H. Coleman, and Kathleen M. Boozang.  Toward evidence-based conflicts of interest training for physician-investigators.
Marc A. Rodwin.  Conflicts of interest, institutional corruption and pharma: An agenda for reform.
Symposium 2 Articles
Robert M. Sade.  Introduction: The Health Care Reform Law (PPACA): Controversies in ethics and policy.
Allan S. Brett.  Physicians have a responsibility to meet the health care needs of society.
Ronald Hamowy.  Medical responsibility.
James Stacey Taylor.  Market-based reforms in health care are both practical and morally sound.
Len M. Nichols.  Government intervention in health care markets is practical, necessary, and morally sound.
Robert E. Moffit.  Expanding choice through defined contributions: Overcoming a non-participatory health care economy.
John P. Geyman.  Cost-sharing under consumer-driven health care will not reform U.S. health care.
Paul T. Menzel.  Justice and fairness: A critical element in U.S. health system reform.
Griffin Trotter.  No theory of justice can ground health care reform.
Arthur L. Caplan, David Hoke, Nicholas J. Diamond, and Viktoriya Karshenboyem.  Free to choose but liable for the consequences: Should non-vaccinators be penalized for the harm they do?
John M. Conley, Robert Mitchell, R. Jean Cadigan, Arlene M. Davis, Allison W. Dobson, and Ryan Q. Gladden.
Leslie E. Gerwin.  The challenge of providing the public with actionable information during a pandemic.
Anya E.R. Prince and Benjamin E. Berkman.  When does an illness begin: Genetic discrimination and disease manifestation.
Marilyn C. Morris.  Pediatric participation in non-therapeutic research.
Lucija Tomljenovic and Christopher A. Shaw.  Too fast or not too fast: The FDA’s approval of Merck’s HPV vaccine Gardasil.
Mark A. Rothstein.  Currents in contemporary bioethics.
James G. Hodge Jr., Lexi C. White, and Andrew Sniegowski.  Public health and the law.
Adam Chilton and Igor Gorlach.  Recent developments in health law.
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Journal of Politics, Vol. 74, #4, 2012
Kim Quaile Hill.  In search of general theory.
Leonardo Baccini and Johannes Urpelainen.  Strategic side payments: Preferential trading agreements, economic reform, and foreign aid.
Daniel Q. Gillion.  Protest and congressional behavior: Assessing racial and ethnic minority protests in the district.
Geoffrey Evans and James Tilley.  The depoliticization of inequality and redistribution: Explaining the decline of class voting.
Eileen Hunt Botting.  Ascending the rostrum: Hannah Mather Crocker and women’s political oratory.
Carl E. Klamer, Justin H. Phillips, and Matt Muckler.  Overcoming fiscal gridlock: Institutions and budget bargaining.
Giovanni Capoccia, Lawrence Saez, and Eline de Rooij.  When state responses fail: Religion and secessionism in India 1952-2002.
Ora John Reuter and Graeme B. Robertson.  Subnational appointments in authoritarian regimes: Evidence from Russian gubernatorial appointments.
Robert Johns and Graeme A.M. Davies.  Democratic peace or clash of civilizations?  Target states and support for war in Britain and the United States.
Paulina Ochoa Espejo.  Paradoxes of popular sovereignty: A view from Spanish America.
Clayton L. Thyne and Ryan D. Schroeder.  Social constraints and civil war: bridging the gap with criminological theory.
David Lublin.  Dispersing authority or deepening divisions?  Decentralization and ethnoregional party success.
Laura Montanaro.  The democratic legitimacy of self-appointed representatives.
Thomas Sattler and Johannes Urpelainen.  Explaining public support for international integration: How do national conditions and treaty characteristics interact with individual beliefs?
Matthew J. Gabel, Clifford J. Carrubba, Caitlin Ainsley, and Donald M. Beaudette.
Timothy J. Ryan.  What makes us click?  Demonstrating incentives for angry discourse with digital-age field experiments.
Cara Wong, Jake Bowers, Tarah Williams, and Katherine Drake Simmons.  Bringing the person back in: Boundaries, perceptions, and the measurement of racial context.
Stephanie J. Rickard.  Welfare versus subsidies: Governmental spending decisions in an era of globalization.
Book Reviews
Rowenna Davis.  Tangled Up in Blue: Blue Labour and the Struggle for Labour’s Soul.  Robert Philpot.  The Purple Book: A Progressive Future for Labour.  Eion Clarke Owain Gardner.  The Red Book.  Review by Peter C. Grosvenor.
Zachariah Cherian Mampilly.  Rebel Rulers: Insurgent Governance and Civilian Life during Civil War.  Review by Reed M. Wood.
Roger D. Petersen.  Western Intervention in the Balkans: The Strategic Use of Emotion in Conflict.  Review by Paula M. Pickering.
John Donaldson.  Small Works: Poverty and Economic Development in Southwestern China.  Review by Steven Samford.
Jennifer L. Lawless.  Becoming a Candidate: Political Ambition and the Decision to Run for Office.  Review by Louise K. Davidson-Schmich.
Alaine B. Sharp.  Does Local Government Matter?: How Urban Policies Shape Civic Engagement.  Review by Trent A. Engbers.
Amy Steigerwalt.  Battle over the Bench: Senators, Interest Groups, and Lower Court Confirmations.  Review by Lisa M. Holmes.
Monica W. Varsanyi.  Taking Local Control: Immigration Policy Activism in U.S. Cities and States.  Review by Gary Reich.
Robert D. Putnam and David E. Campbell.  American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us.  Review by Bryan T. McGraw.
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Journal of Religious Ethics, Vol. 40, #4, 2012
Paul Weithman.  On John Rawls’s A Brief Inquiry into the Meaning of Sin and Faith.
John Kelsay.  The present state of the comparative study of religious ethics: An update.
Timothy J. Golden.  From epistemology to ethics: Theoretical and practical reason in Kant and Douglass.
Ilsup Ahn.  Between Mt. Moriah and Mt. Golgotha: How is Christian ethics possible?
Bharat Ranganathan.  On helping one’s neighbor.
Ryan P. McLaughlin.  Non-violence and nonhumans: Foundations for animal welfare in the thought of Mohandas Gandhi and Albert Schweitzer.
Letters, Notes, and Comments
C. Kavin Rowe.  The art of retrieval: Stoicism?
Elizabeth Agnew Cochran.  Bricolage and the purity of traditions: Engaging the stoics for contemporary Christian ethics.
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Journal of the History of Philosophy, Vol. 50, #4, 2012
Reflections from Former Editors
Gerald A. Press.  Digital transitions.
Tad M. Schmaltz.  JHP and history of philosophy today.
Lee Franklin.  Inventing intermediates: Mathematical discourse and its objects in Republic VII.
Mariska Leunissen.  Aristotle on natural character and its implications for moral development.
Thomas M. Ward.  Animals, animal parts, and hylomorphism: John Duns Scotus’s pluralism about substantial form.
Hasana Sharp.  Eve’s perfection: Spinoza on sexual (in)equality.
Zachary Micah Gartenberg.  Intelligibility and subjectivity in Peirce: A reading of his “new list of categories.”
Book Reviews
Mariska Leunissen.  Explanation and Teleology in Aristotle’s Science of Nature.  Review by Miira Tuominen.
Robert Pasnau.  The Cambridge History of Medieval Philosophy.  Review by Peter King.
Thomas Aquinas.  Disputed Questions on Virtue.  Review by Bonnie Kent.
John Kilcullen, John Scott, Jan Ballweg, and Volker Leppin.  William of Ockham, Dialogus, Part 2, Part 3, Tract 1.  Review by Virpi Makinen.
Gregorio Piaia and Giovanni Santinello.  Models of the History of Philosophy: Volume II: From the Cartesian Age to Brucker.  Review by Kevin J. Harrelson.
Lloyd Strickland.  Leibniz and the Two Sophies: The Philosophical Correspondence.  Review by Edward W. Glowienka.
Michah Gottlieb.  Faith and Freedom: Moses Mendelssohn’s Theological-Political Thought.  Review by Anne Pollok.
G.M. Hamburg and Randall A. Poole.  A History of Russian Philosophy, 1830-1930: Faith, Reason, and the Defense of Human Dignity.  Review by Marina F. Bykova.
Dirk R. Johnson.  Nietzsche’s Anti-Darwinism.  Review by Adam C. Scarfe.
Hans Ulrich Lessing, Rudolf A. Makkreel, and Riccardo Pozzo.  Recent Contributions to Dilthey’s Philosophy of the Human Sciences.  Review by Colin McQuillan.
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