Thursday, December 20, 2012

December 20, 2012

Business Ethics : A European Review, Vol. 22, #1, 2013
Development Policy Review, Vol. 31, #1, 2013
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. 49, #1, 2013
Journal of Labor Economics, Vol. 31, #1, 2013
Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 39, #1, 2013
Journal of Social Issues, Vol. 68, #4, 2012
Law & Society Review, Vol. 46, #4, 2012
Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, Issue 3, 2012
Philosophical Investigations, Vol. 36, #1, 2013
Philosophical Perspectives, Vol. 26, #1, 2012
Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 63, issue 250, 2013
Philosophy & Public Affairs, Vol. 40, #4, 2012
Public Choice, Vol. 154, #1-2, 2013
Public Policy Research, Vol. 19, #3, 2012
Social Epistemology, Vol. 26, #3-4, 2012

Business Ethics : A European Review, Vol. 22, #1, 2013
Special Issue: Focus: Ethics in a Time of Crisis
Jorge A. Arevalo, Deepa Aravind, Silvia Ayuso, and Merce Roca.  The global compact: An analysis of the motivations of adoption in the Spanish context.
Alan E. Singer.  Teaching ethics cases: A pragmatic approach.
Stephen Swailes.  The ethics of talent management.
Helen Wadham and Richard Warren.  Inspiring action, building understanding: How cross-sector partnership engages business in addressing global challenges.
Focus: Ethics in a Time of Crisis
Rowland Curtis, Stefano Harney, and Campbell Jones.  Ethics in a time of crisis: Editorial introduction to special focus.
Arianna Bove and Erik M. Empson.  An irreconcilable crisis?  The paradoxes of strategic operational optimization and the antinomies of counter-crisis ethics.
Edward Wray-Bliss.  A crisis of leadership: Towards an anti-sovereign ethics of organization.
Armin Beverungen, Stephen Dunne, and Casper Hoedemaekers.  The financialisation of business ethics.
Steve Fuller.  ‘Never let a good crisis go to waste’: Moral entrepreneurship, or the fine art of recycling evil into good.
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Development Policy Review, Vol. 31, #1, 2013
Lisa Denney.  Liberal chiefs or illiberal development?  The challenge of engaging chiefs in DFID’s security sector reform programme in Sierra Leone.
Mark Davies, Christophe Bene, Alexander Arnall, Thomas Tanner, Andrew Newsham, and Cristina Coirolo.  Promoting resilient livelihoods through adaptive social protection: Lessons from 124 programs in South Asia.
Heidi Tavakoli and Gregory Smith.  Back under the microscope: Insights from evidence on budget support.
Peter Nunnenkamp and Rainer Thiele.  Financing for development: The gap between words and eeds since Monterrey.
Jonathan Munemo.  Domestic credit and diversification of manufactured exports from developing countries.
Book Reviews
Theodore Trefon.  Congo Masquerade: The Political Culture of Aid Inefficiency and Reform Failure.  Johannes Herderschee, Kai-Alexander Kaiser, and Daniel Mukoko Samba.  Resilience of an African Giant: Boosting Growth and Development in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Review by David Booth.
M. Utas.  African Conflicts and Informal Power: Big Men and Networks.  Review by Richard Mallett. 
Edward Glaeser.  The Triumph of the City: How Our Greatest Invention Makes Us Richer, Smarter, Greener, Healthier, and Happier.  Review by Simon Maxwell.
Rasmus Heltberg, Naomi Hossain, and Anna Reva.  Living Through Crises: How the Food, Fuel, and Financial Shocks Affect the Poor.  Review by D.J. Shaw.
Wolfgang Fengler and Homi Kharas.  Delivering Aid Differently: Lessons from the Field.  Review by D.J. Shaw.
Shenggen Fan and Rajul Pandya-Lorch.  Reshaping Agriculture for Nutrition and Health.  Review by D.J. Shaw.
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Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol. 49, #1, 2013
Joel T. Johnson and Calvin Kyunghoon Kang.  The law of large numbers and beliefs about luck: An asymmetry in recognition of the risks and benefits of chance.
Jeanine L. Skorinko and Stacey A. Sinclair.  Perspective taking can increase stereotyping: The role of apparent stereotype confirmation.
Immo Fritsche, Eva Jones, Catharina Ablasser, Magdalena Beyer, Johannes Kuban, Anna-Marie Manger, and Marlene Schultz.  The power of we: Evidence for group-based control.
Deborah Son Holoien and Susan T. Fiske.  Downplaying positive impressions: Compensation between warmth and competence in impression management.
Lee Shepherd, Russell Spears, and Antony S. R. Manstead.  ‘This will bring shame on our nation’: The role of anticipated group-based emotions on collective action.
Juliana G. Breines and Serena Chen.  Activating the inner caregiver: The role of support-giving schemas in increasing state self-compassion.
Christine Ma-Kellams and Jim Blascovich.  The ironic effect of financial incentive on empathetic accuracy.
Juan M. Falomir-Pichastor and Natasha S. Frederic.  The dark side of heterogeneous ingroup identities: National identification, perceived threat, and prejudice against immigrants.
Jessica L. Alquist, Sarah E. Ainsworth, and Roy F. Baumeister.  Determined to conform: Disbelief in free will increases conformity.
Simon Schindler, Marc-Andre Reinhard, and Dagmar Stahlberg.  Tit for tat in the face of death: The effect of mortality salience on reciprocal behavior.
Arielle Silverman, Christine Logel, and Geoffrey L. Cohen.  Self-affirmation as a deliberate coping strategy: The moderating role of choice.
Julie Longua Peterson and Tracy DeHart.  Regulating connection: Implicit self-esteem predicts positive non-verbal behavior during romantic relationship-threat.
Aaron M. Scherer, Paul D. Windschitl, and Andrew R. Smith.  Hope to be right: Biased information seeking following arbitrary and informed predictions.
Yvette Assilamehou and Benoit Teste.  The effects of linguistic abstraction on evaluations of the speaker in an intergroup context: Using the linguistic intergroup bias makes you a good group member.
Bertram Gawronski and Kimberly A. Quinn.  Guilty by mere similarity: Assimilative effects of facial resemblance on automatic evaluation.
Francesco Foroni and Myron Rothbart.  Abandoning a label doesn’t make it disappear: The perseverance of labeling effects.
Jeffrey R. Huntsinger.  Narrowing down to the automatically activated attitude: A narrowed conceptual scope improves correspondence between implicitly and explicitly measured attitudes.
Monica Biernat and Amanda K. Sesko.  Communicating about others: Motivations and consequences of race-based impressions.
Rezarta Bilali and Johanna Ray Vollhardt.  Priming effects of a reconciliation radio drama on historical perspective-taking in the aftermath of mass violence in Rwanda.
Lindsay Hinzman and Spencer D. Kelly.  Effects of emotional body language on rapid out-group judgments.
Colleen M. Carpinella and Kerri L. Johnson.  Appearance-based politics: Sex-typed facial cues communicate political party affiliation.
Sascha Schwarz and Marie Singer. Romantic red revisited: Red enhances men’s attraction to young, but not menopausal women.
Andrew J. Elliot, Jessica L. Tracy, Adam D. Pazda, and Alec T. Beall.  Red enhances women’s attractiveness to men: First evidence suggesting universality.
Yi-Tai Seih, Michael D. Buhrmester, Yi-Cheng Lin, Chin-Lan Huang, and William B. Swann Jr.  Do people want to be flattered or understood?  The cross-cultural universality of self-verification.
Ariana F. Young, Shira Gabriel, and Jordan L. Hollar.  Batman to the rescue!  The protective effects of parasocial relationships with muscular superheroes on men’s body image.
Ivan Hernandez and Jesse Lee Preston.  Disfluency disrupts the confirmation bias.
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Journal of Labor Economics, Vol. 31, #1, 2013
Matthew Johnson and Michael P. Keane. A dynamic equilibrium model of the US wage structure, 1968-1996.
Mary A. Burke and Tim R. Sass.  Classroom peer effects and student achievement.
Donald Boyd, Hamilton Lankford, Susanna Loeb, and James Wyckoff.  Analyzing the determinants of the matching of public school teachers to jobs: Disentangling the preferences of teachers and employers.
Sandra E. Black, Paul J. Devereux, and Kjell G. Salvanes.  Under pressure?  The effect of peers on outcomes of young adults.
Laura Giuliano.  Minimum wage effects on employment, substitution, and the teenage labor supply: Evidence from personnel data.
Giorgio Brunello, Daniele Fabbri, and Margherita Fort.  The causal effect of education on body mass: Evidence from Europe.
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Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 39, #1, 2013
The Concise Argument
Thomas Douglas.  A concise argument: On the wrongness of killing.
Featured Article
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Franklin G. Miller.  What makes killing wrong?
Julia Driver.  On ‘what makes killing wrong?’
David DeGrazia.  On the wrongness of killing.
Jeff McMahan.  Killing and disabling: A comment on Sinnott-Armstrong and Miller.
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Franklin G. Miller.  Killing versus totally disabling: A reply to critics.
Current Controversy
Michael Bevins.  Dependent relational animals.
Clinical Ethics
Lucy Frith.  The NHS and market forces in healthcare: The need for organizational ethics.
Dan Zeharia Milikovsky, Renana Ben Yona, Dikla Akselrod, Shimon M. Glick, and Alan Jotkowitz.  Willingness to treat infectious diseases: What do students think?
Paul Burcher.  The Ulysses contract in obstetrics: A woman’s choices before and during labor.
Public Health Ethics
Vijayaprasad Gopichandran and Anil Kumar Indira Krishna.  Monitoring ‘monitoring’ and evaluating ‘evaluation’: an ethical framework for monitoring and evaluation in public health.
Research Ethics
Paul James Whelan, Rebecca Walwyn, Fiona Gaughran, and Alastair Macdonald.  Impact of the demand for ‘proxy assent’ on recruitment to a randomized controlled trial of vaccination testing in care homes.
Gail Dunberger, Helena Thulin, Ann-Charlotte Waldenstrom, Helena Lind, Lars Henningsohn, Elisabeth Avall-Lundqvist, Gunnar Steineck, and Ulrika Kreicbergs.  Cancer survivors’ perception of participation in a long-term follow-up study.
David B. Resnik and Gregg E. Dinse.  Scientific retractions and corrections related to misconduct findings.
Brief Reports
Samuel A. Hughes and Rahul Jandial.  Ethical considerations in targeted pediatric neurosurgery missions.
Henry J. Silverman, Julien Dagenais, Eliza Godron-Lipkin, Laua Caputo, Matthew W. Christian, Bert W. Maidment III, Anna Bistock, AKinbowale Oyalowo, and Malini Moni.  Perceived comfort level of medical students and residents in handling clinical ethics issues.
Adelaide Conti, Paola Delbon, Laura Laffranchi, and Corrado Paganelli.  Consent in dentistry: Ethical and deontological issues.
Ethics Briefings
Martin Davies, Sophie Brannan, Eleanor Chrispin, Veronica English, Rebecca Mussell, and Julian C. Sheather.  Ethics briefings.
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Journal of Social Issues, Vol. 68, #4, 2012
Special Issue: Sustainability in Combining Career and Care  Issue Editors: Marloes L. van Engen, Claartje J. Vinkenburg, and Josje S. E. Dikkers
Marloes L. van Engen, Claartje J. Vinkenburg, and Josje S.E. Dikkers.  Sustainability in combining career and care: Challenging normative beliefs about parenting.
Section I: The Work-Family Interface
Marc J. P. M. van Veldhoven and Susanne E. Beijer.  Workload, work-to-family conflict, and health: Gender differences and the influence of private life.
Whitney Botsford Morgan and Eden B. King.  The association between work-family guilt and pro- and anti-social work behavior.
Section II: Normative Beliefs about Parenting
Tyler G. Okimoto and Madeline E. Heilman.  The “bad parent” assumption: How gender stereotypes affect reactions to working mothers.
Claartje J. Vinkenburg, Marloes L. van Engen, Jennifer Coffeng and Josje S. E. Dikkers.  Bias in employment decisions about mothers and fathers: The (dis)advantages of sharing care responsibilities.
Section III: Family-Friendly Arrangements and Individual Career Outcomes
Douglas T. Hall, Mary Dean Lee, Ellen Ernst Kossek, and Mireia Las Heras.  Pursuing career success while sustaining personal and family well-being: A study of reduced-load professionals over time.
Clem Herman and Suzan Lewis.  Entitled to a sustainable career?  Motherhood in science, engineering, and technology.
Section IV: The Work-Family Interface and Couple- and Family-Related Outcomes
Pavithra Kailasapathy and Isabel Metz.  Work-family conflict in Sri Lanka: Negotiations of exchange relationships in family and at work.
Wendy A. Goldberg, Erin Kelly, Nicole L. Matthews, Hannah Kang, Weilin Li, and Mariya Sumaroka.  The more things change, the more they stay the same: Gender, culture, and college students’ views about work and family.
The “triple-n” model: Changing normative beliefs about parenting and career success.
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Law & Society Review, Vol. 46, #4, 2012
Xin He.  Black hole of responsibility: The adjudication committee’s role in a Chinese court.
Lynette J. Chua.  Pragmatic resistance, law, and social movements in authoritarian states: The case of gay collective action in Singapore.
Gabriel L. Negretto.  Replacing and amending constitutions: The logic of constitutional change in Latin America.
Daphna Golan and Zvika Orr.  Translating human rights of the “enemy”: The case of Israeli NGOs defending Palestinian rights.
Ashley T. Rubin.  The unintended consequences of penal reform: A case study of penal transportation in eighteenth-century London.
Carol A. Heimer and J. Lynn Gazley.  Performing regulation: Transcending regulatory ritualism in HIV clinics.
Rob Robinson.  Executive branch socialization and deference on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Book Reviews
Kaaryn Gustafson.  Cheating Welfare: Public Assistance and the Criminalization of Poverty.  Review by Felicia Kornbluh.
Eve Darian-Smith.  Religion, Race, Rights: Landmarks in the History of Modern Anglo-American Law.  Review by Jeffrey R. Dudas.
Yves Dezalay and Bryant Garth.  Asian Legal Revivals: Lawyers in the Shadow of Empire.  Review by Tom Ginsburg.
Julie A. Greenberg.  Intersexuality and the Law: Why Sex Matters.  Review by Jessica Knouse.
Chrysanthi Leon.  Sex Fiends, Perverts, and Pedophiles: Understanding Sex Crime Policy in America.  Review by Hadar Aviram.
Nancy Staudt.  The Judical Power of the Purse: How Courts Fund National Defense in Times of Crisis.  Review by Mark Tushnet.
Joanne Barker.  Native Acts: Law, Recognition, and Cultural Authenticity.  Review by Beth H. Piatote.
John D. Bessler.  Cruel and Unusual: The American Death Penalty and the Founders’ Eighth Amendment.  Review by Paul Kaplan.
Stuart Biegel.  The Right to Be Out: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in America’s Public Schools.  Review by Joe Rollins.
Victor M. Rios.  Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys.  Review by M. Kristen Hefner.
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Emma Borg, Pursuing Meaning. Reviewed by Allyson Mount.
Berit Brogaard, Transient Truths: An Essay in the Metaphysics of Propositions. Reviewed by Ulrich Meyer.
John J. Davenport, Narrative Identity, Autonomy, and Mortality: From Frankfurt and MacIntyre to Kierkegaard. Reviewed by William McDonald.
Joel Marks, Ethics Without Morals: In Defence of Amorality. Reviewed by Timothy Schroeder.
Lukáš Novák, Daniel D. Novotný, Prokop Sousedík, and David Svoboda (eds.), Metaphysics: Aristotelian, Scholastic, Analytic. Reviewed by Timothy Pawl.
Dorothea E. Olkowski, Postmodern Philosophy and the Scientific Turn. Reviewed by Helen A. Fielding.
Andrew Pinsent, The Second-Person Perspective in Aquinas's Ethics: Virtues and Gifts. Reviewed by Matthew B. O'Brien.
Jeffrey Reiman, As Free and as Just as Possible: The Theory of Marxian Liberalism. Reviewed by David A. Reidy.
Daniel Schwartz (ed.), Interpreting Suárez: Critical Essays. Reviewed by Helen Hattab.
Stephen P. Schwartz, A Brief History of Analytic Philosophy: from Russell to Rawls. Reviewed by Aaron Preston.
Nicolas Tampio, Kantian Courage: Advancing the Enlightenment in Contemporary Political Theory. Reviewed by John Christian Laursen.
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Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, Issue 3, 2012
Proceedings of the 12th Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference
Political Economy of Institutions and Conflict
Felix S. Bethke.  The consequences of divide-and-rule politics in Africa South of the Sahara.
Mario Gilli and Yuan Li.  Citizenry accountability in autocracies.
Jennifer Brauner.  Military spending and democratization.
Gunes Gokmen.  A test of Huntington’s thesis.
Valentin Gold.  Partitioning ethnic groups and their members: Explaining variations in satisfaction with democracy in Africa.
Conflict and Violence
Roos Haer.  The organization of political violence by insurgencies.
Peter J. Phillips.  The lone wolf terrorist: Sprees of violence.
Daniel Meierrieks.  Rooted in urban poverty?  Failed modernization and terrorism.
Andrea Ruggeri and Brian Burgoon.  Human rights “naming and shaming” and civil war violence.
Conflict Dynamics
Yumiko Baba.  A note on a comparison of simultaneous and sequential colonel blotto games.
Maria Cubel and Santiago Sanchez-Pages.  The effect of within-group inequality in a conflict against unitary threat.
Sebastian Schutte.  Cooperation beats deterrence in cyberwar.
Civil Conflict in Africa
Damien De Walque and Deon Filmer.  The socioeconomic distribution of adult mortality during conflicts in Africa.
Topher McDougal and Raul Caruso.  Wartime violence and post-conflict political mobilization in Mozambique.
Sara Balestri.  Gold and civil conflict intensity: Evidence from a spatially disaggregated analysis.
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Philosophical Investigations, Vol. 36, #1, 2013
Geoffrey Scarre.  The continence of virtue.
Andrew Lugg.  A sort of prologue: Philosophical investigations.
Drew Carter.  “Part of the very concept”: Wittgensteinian moral philosophy.
John Fennell.  “The meaning of ‘meaning is normative’.”
Eugen Fischer.  Philosophical Delusion and its Therapy: Outline of a Philosophical Revolution.  Review by Olli Lagerspetz.
Rupert Read and Matthew A. Lavery.  Beyond the Tractatus Wars: The New Wittgenstein Debate.  Review by Genia Schonbaumsfeld.
Saul Kripke.  Philosophical Troubles: Collected Papers, Volume 1.  Review by Michael Luntley.
Paul Feyerabend.  Against Method, 4th ed. Paul Feyerabend.  The Tyranny of Science.  Review by Ian James Kidd.
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Philosophical Perspectives, Vol. 26, #1, 2012
Topic: Philosophy of Mind
Zoe Drayson. The Uses And Abuses Of The Personal/Subpersonal Distinction.
Christopher Gauker. Perception Without Propositions.
Brie Gertler. Understanding The Internalism-Externalism Debate: What Is The Boundary Of The Thinker?
Rachel Goodman. Why And How Not To Be A Sortalist About Thought.
Mark Johnston And Sarah-Jane Leslie. Concepts, Analysis, Generics And The Canberra Plan.
Heather Logue. What Should The Naïve Realist Say About Total Hallucinations?
William G. Lycan. Desire Considered As A Propositional Attitude.
Ruth Garrett Millikan. Are There Mental Indexicals And Demonstratives?
Bence Nanay. Perceptual Phenomenology.
Christopher Peacocke. First Person Illusions: Are They Descartes’, Or Kant's?
Ian Phillips. Attention To The Passage Of Time
Diana Raffman. Indiscriminability And Phenomenal Continua.
Adina L. Roskies. Don’t Panic: Self-Authorship Without Obscure Metaphysics.
Declan Smithies. The Mental Lives Of Zombies.
Helen Steward. Actions As Processes.
Daniel Stoljar. Introspective Knowledge Of Negative Facts.
James Van Cleve. Defining And Defending Nonconceptual Contents And States.
Bruno Whittle. Belief, Information And Reasoning.
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Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 63, issue 250, 2013
Peter Baumann.  Knowledge and dogmatism.
Lara Buchak.  Free acts and chance: Why the rollback argument fails.
Ben Eggleston.  Rejecting the publicity condition: The inevitability of esoteric morality.
Tim Kenyon.  The informational richness of testimonial contexts.
Adam Leite.  ‘But that’s not evidence; it’s not even true!’
Lewis Powell.  How to avoid mis-reading Hume’s maxim of conceivability.
Stephen Puryear.  Frege on vagueness and ordinary language.
Stephen Schiffer.  Meaning in speech and in thought.
Critical Study
Steven Wall.  Public reason and moral authoritarianism.
Book Reviews
Paul Faulkner.  Knowledge on Trust.  Review by Katherine Hawley.
Daniel Kelly.  Yuck: The Nature and Moral Significance of Disgust.  Review by Tamler Sommers.
Ernest Sosa.  Knowing Full Well.  Review by Michael O’Rourke. 
Thomas Sturm.  Kant und die Wissenschaften vom Menschen.  Review by Riccardo Martinelli.
J. Stanley.  Know How.  Review by Evan Butts.
Jason Baehr.  The Inquiring Mind: On Intellectual Virtues and Virtue Epistemology.  Review by J. Adam Carter.
Tim Mulgan.  Ethics for a Broken World: Imagining Philosophy After Catastrophe.  Review by Peter Singer.
Susana Nuccetelli and Gary Seay.  Ethical Naturalism: Current Debates.  Review by Richard Fumerton.
A.W. Moore.  The Evolution of Modern Metaphysics: Making Sense of Things.  Review by Michael Inwood.
Harold Langsam.  The Wonder of Consciousness: Understanding the Mind through Philosophical Reflection.  Review by Joe Morrison.
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Philosophy & Public Affairs, Vol. 40, #4, 2012
Simon Caney.  Just emissions.
Collin O’Neil.  Lying, trust, and gratitude.
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Public Choice, Vol. 154, #1-2, 2013
Matthias Busse and Steffen Groning.  The resource curse revisited: Governance and natural resources.
Adam Martin and Diana Thomas.  Two-tiered political entrepreneurship and the congressional committee system.
Timm Bonke, Nima Massarrat-Mashhadi, and Christian Sielaff.  Charitable giving in the German welfare state: Fiscal incentives and crowding out.
Asmus Leth Olsen.  The politics of digits: Evidence of odd taxation.
Claus Beisbart and Luc Bovens.  Minimizing the threat of a positive majority deficit in two-tier voting systems with equipopulous units.
Katharina Schone, Wilfried Koch, and Catherine Baumont.  Modeling local growth control decisions in a multi-city case: Do spatial interactions and lobbying efforts matter?
John M. de Figueiredo.  Committee jurisdiction, congressional behavior, and policy outcomes.
John M. Carey and Simon Hix.  District magnitude and representation of the majority’s preferences: A comment and reinterpretation.
Macro Portmann, David Stadelmann, and Reiner Eichenberger.  District magnitude and representation of the majority’s preferences- a reply and new perspectives.
Kevin A. Clarke and David M. Primo.  A Model Discipline: Political Science and the Logic of Representations.  Review by Paul Dragos Aligica.
Jason Brennan.  The Ethics of Voting.  Review by Art Carden.
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Public Policy Research, Vol. 19, #3, 2012
Main Feature
Michael Kenny.  The many faces of Englishness: Identity, diversity, and nationhood in England.
Ben Jackson.  The masses against the classes: One nation Labour and the revival of social patriotism.
Eric Beinhocker and Tony Dolphin.  Fixing finance: The missing piece in banking reform.
Elaine Kamarck and Robert Reich.  American political futures: In conversation with Elaine Kamarck and Robert Reich.
Heather Boushey.  Growing from the middle out: US jobs and the economy in Obama’s second term.
Elizabeth Anderson.  Juncture interview: Elizabeth Anderson.
Richard V. Reeves.  Beyond realignment: Jo Grimond and the legacy of civic liberalism.
Curtice on Politics
John Curtice.  In Europe, but not of Europe.
Andrew Miller.  Perfect opposition: On Putin and Pussy Riot.
Marc Stears. The democratic moment in American political thought.
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Social Epistemology, Vol. 26, #3-4, 2012
Special Issue: The 25th Anniversary of Social Epistemology
Steve Fuller.  Social epistemology: A quarter-century itinerary.
Philip Mirowski.  The modern commercialization of science is a passel of Ponzi schemes.
Robert Frodeman, Adam Briggle, and J. Britt Holbrook.  Philosophy in the age of neoliberalism.
Fred D’Agostino.  Disciplinarity and the growth of knowledge.
Ilya Kasavin.  To what extent could social epistemology accept the naturalistic motto?
Kei Yoshida.  Re-politicizing philosophy of science: A continuing challenge for social epistemology.
David M. Berry.  The social epistemologies of software.
Gloria Origgi.  A social epistemology of reputation.
Marianne de Laet.  Anthropology as social epistemology?
Thomas Basboll.  The supplementary clerk: Social epistemology as a vocation.
Myra J. Hird.  Knowing waste: Towards an inhuman epistemology.
Naomi Scheman.  Toward a sustainable epistemology.
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