Monday, February 18, 2013

February 18, 2013

British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 43, #1, 2013
Development Policy Review, Vol. 31, #2, 2013
Economics & Politics, Vol. 25, #1, 2013
International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 73, #1, 2013
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Vol. 26, #1, 2013
Language Learning, Vol. 63, #1, 2013
Las Torres de Lucca: International Journal of Political Philosophy, Number 1, 2012 (NEW Journal)
Legal Studies, Vol. 33, #1, 2013
Oxford Studies in Metaphysics, Vol. 6, 2011
Philosophical Forum, Vol. 44, #1, 2013
Philosophy Compass, Vol. 8, #3, 2013
Philosophy and Literature, Vol. 36, #2, 2012
Political Research Quarterly, Vol. 66, #1, 2013

British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 43, #1, 2013
Sarah Zukerman Daly.  State strategies in multi-ethnic territories: Explaining variation in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc.
Stephen Kosack.  The logic of pro-poor policymaking: Political entrepreneurship and mass education.
Nahomi Ichino and Noah L. Nathan.  Primaries on demand?  Intra-party politics and nominations in Ghana – corrigendum.
Dennis M. Foster, Alex Braithwaite and David Sobek.  There can be no compromise: Institutional inclusiveness, fractionalization, and domestic terrorism – corrigendum.
Daniel Corstange.  Ethnicity on the sleeve and class in the heart – when do people respond to identity and material interests?
Kyle A. Joyce, Faten Ghosn, and Resat Bayer.  When and whom to join: The expansion of ongoing violent interstate conflicts.
Hyeran Jo and Catarina P. Thomson.  Legitimacy and compliance with international law: Access to detainees in civil conflicts, 1991-2006.
Eleanor Neff Powell and Joshua A. Tucker.  Revisiting electoral volatibility in post-communist countries: New data, new results, and new approaches.
Stefano Costalli.  Does peacekeeping work?  A disaggregated analysis of deployment and violence reduction in the Bosnian war.
Tesuya Matsubayashi.  Do politicians shape public opinion?
Alejandro Quiroz Flores and Alastair Smith.  Leader survival and natural disasters.
Angela O’Mahony.  Political investment: Remittances and elections.
Jennifer C. Rubenstein.  Pluralism about global poverty.
Anthony M. Bertelli and Peter John.  Public policy investment: Risk and return in British politics.
Stuart Soroka, Blake Andrew, Toril Aalberg, Shanto Iyengar, James Curran, Sharon Coen, Kaori Hayashi, Paul Jones, Gianpetro Mazzoleni, June Woong Rhee, David Rowe, and Rod Tiffen.  Auntie knows best?  Public broadcasters and current affairs knowledge.
Sona N. Golder and Jacquelyn A. Thomas.  Portfolio allocation and the vote of no confidence.
Matthew D. Atkinson and Anthony Folwer.  Social capital and voter turnout: Evidence from Saint’s Day fiestas in Mexico.
Andrew Kerner and Jane Lawrence.  What’s the risk?  Bilateral investment treaties, political risk, and fixed capital accumulation.
Valentino Larcinese, James M. Snyder, Jr., and Cecilia Testa.  Testing models of distributive politics using exit polls to measure voters’ preferences and partisanship.
Deniz Aksoy and David B. Carter.  Electoral institutions and the emergence of terrorist groups.
Cullen S. Hendrix and Wendy H. Wong.  When is the pen truly mighty?  Regime type and the efficacy of naming and shaming in curbing human rights abuses.
Brandice Canes-Wrone and Jee-Kwang Park.  Elections, uncertainty, and irreversible investment.
Douglas M. Gibler and Alex Braithwaite.  Dangerous neighbors, regional territorial conflict, and the democratic peace.
Heike Kluver and Toni Rodon.  Explaining policy position choice of europarties: The effect of legislative resources.
Nils Ringe, Jennifer Nicoll Victor, and Justin H. Gross.  Keeping your friends close and your enemies closer?  Information networks in legislative politics.
Sungmoon Kim.  To become a Confucian democratic citizen: Against meritocratic elitism.
Ursula E. Daxecker and Michael L. Hess.  Repression hurts: Coercive government responses and the demise of terrorist campaigns.
Dennis M. Foster, Alex Braithwaite, and David Sobek.  There can be no compromise: Institutional inclusiveness, fractionalization, and domestic terrorism.
James Melton, Zachary Elkins, Tom Ginsburg, and Kalev Leetaru.  On the interpretability of law: Lessons from the decoding of national constitutions.
Daniel W. Gingerich.  Governance indicators and the level of analysis problem: Empirical findings from South America.
Frank M. Hage.  Coalition building and consensus in the council of the European Union.
Michael S. Lewis-Beck, Richard Nadeau, and Martial Foucault.  The compleat economic voter: New theory and British evidence.
Chris Hanretty.  The decisions and ideal points of British law lords.
Pazit Ben-Nun Bloom and Gizem Arikan.  Religion and support for democracy: A cross-national test of the mediating mechanisms.
Erin R. Graham, Charles R. Shipan, and Craig Volden. The diffusion of policy diffusion research in political science.
Jeffrey Conroy-Krutz.  Information and ethnic politics in Africa.
Robert Jan van der Veen and Wouter van der Brug.  Three worlds of social insurance: On the validity of Esping-Andersen’s welfare regime dimensions.
Raanan Sulitzeanu-Kenan and Eran Halperin.  Making a difference: Political efficacy and policy preference construction.
Sebastian Dellepiane-Avellaneda.  Gordon unbound: The heresthetic of central bank independence in Britain.
Skyler J. Cranmer and Jeff Gill.  We have to be discrete about this: A non-parametric imputation technique for missing categorical data.
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Development Policy Review, Vol. 31, #2, 2013
Yurendra Basnett.  Labour mobility in East Africa: An analysis of the East African community’s common market and the free movement of workers.
Steven Haggblade.  Unscrambling Africa: Regional requirements for achieving food security.
Paul Winters, Leonardo Corral, and Adela Moreda Mora.  Assessing the role of tourism of poverty alleviation: A research agenda. 
Tina Soreide and Rory Truex.  Multi-stakeholder groups for better sector performance: A key to fighting corruption in natural-resource governance?
Mark Musumba and Rajorshi Sen Gupta.  Transmission of world prices to Ugandan coffee growers in a liberalized economy.
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Economics & Politics, Vol. 25, #1, 2013
William Roberts Clark and Vincent Arel-Bundock.  Independent but not indifferent: Partisan bias in monetary policy at the Fed.
Nauro F. Campos and Martin Gassebner.  International terrorism, domestic political instability, and the escalation effect.
Gil S. Epstein, Yosef Mealem, and Shmuel Nitzan.  Lotteries versus all-pay auctions in fair and biased contests.
Hamid Beladi, Saibal Kar, and Sugata Marjit.  Emigration, finite changes, and wage inequality.
Laura Bianchini and Federico Revelli.  Green policies: Urban environmental performance and government popularity.
Chun-Fang Chiang, Jin-Tan Liu, and Tsai-Wei Wen.  Individual preferences for trade partners in Taiwan.
Marco Migueis.  The effect of political alignment on transfers to Portuguese municipalities.
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International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 73, #1, 2013
Andrew Johnson.  An apology for the “new atheism.”
Robert S. Gall.  Faith in doubt in the end.
Simon Glendinning.  Three cultures of atheism: on serious doubts about the existence of god.
William Franke.  Apophasis as the common root of radically secular and radically orthodox.
Book Review
Gavin Hyman.  A Short History of Atheism.  Review by Herbert Berg.
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Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Vol. 26, #1, 2013
Special Issue section on Fish Welfare: Challenge for Science and Ethics
F.L.B. Meijboom and B. Bovenkerk.  Fish welfare: Challegne for science and ethics – why fish makes the difference.
Victoria A. Braithwaite, Felicity Huntingford, and Ruud van den Bos.  Variation in emotion and cognition among fishes.
Colin Allen.  Fish cognition and consciousness.
Bernice Bovenkerk and Franck L.B. Meijboom.  Fish welfare in aquaculture: Explicating the chain of interactions between science and ethics.
Frederike Kaldewaij.  Does fish welfare matter?  On the moral relevance of agency.
Jenny Bergqvist and Stefan Gunnarsson.  Finfish aquaculture: Animal welfare, the environment, and ethical implications.
Karianne Kalshoven and Franck L.B. Meijboom.  Sustainability at the crossroads of fish consumption and production ethical dilemmas of fish buyers at retail organizations at the Netherlands.
Saara Kupsala, Pekka Jokinen, and Markus Vinnari.  Who cares about farmed fish?  Citizen perceptions of the welfare and the mental abilities of fish.
Donald B. Thompson and Bryan McDonald.  What food is “good” for you?  Toward a pragmatic consideration of multiple values domains.
Book Review
A Whitney Sanford.  Growing Stories from India: Religion and the Fate of Agriculture.  Review by Frederick Kirschenmann.
Chaone Mallory.  Locating ecofeminism in encounters with food and place.
M.R.N. Bruijnis, F.L.B. Meijboom, and E.N. Stassen.  Longevity as an animal welfare issue applied to the case of foot disorders in dairy cattle.
Coutellec Leo and Bernard Pintureau.  Crop protection between sciences, ethics, and societies: From quick-fix ideal to multiple partial solutions.
Diana Stuart and Michelle R. Woroosz.  The myth of efficiency: Technology and ethics in industrial food production.
Sanne Van Beirendonck, Bert Driessen, and Rony Geers.  Belgian consumers’ opinion on pork consumption concerning alternatives for unanesthetized piglet castration.
Samantha Noll. Broiler chickens and a critique of the epistemic foundations of animal modification.
Luigi Cembalo, Giuseppina Migliore, and Giorgio Schifani.  Sustainability and new models of consumption: The solidarity purchasing groups in Sicily.
H. Wittman, A. Desmarais, and N. Wiebe. Food Sovereignty: Reconnecting Food, Nature, and Community.  Review by Charles Francis.
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Language Learning, Vol. 63, #1, 2013
Robert Nelson.  Expanding the role of connectionism in SLA theory.
Christo Moskovsky, Fakieh Alrabai, Stefania Paolini, and Silvia Ratcheva.  The effects of teachers’ motivational strategies on learners’ motivation: A control investigation of second language acquisition.
Angels Llanes and Carmen Munoz.  Age effects in a study abroad context: Children and adults studying abroad and at home.
Stuart Webb, Jonathan Newton, and Anna Chang.  Incidental learning of collocation.
Suhad Sonbul and Nortbert Schmitt.  Explicit and implicit lexical knowledge: Acquisition of collocations under different input conditions.
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Las Torres de Lucca: International Journal of Political Philosophy, Number 1, 2012
Lutz Wingert.  Citizenship and the market economy.  Or: what is really systemically important in democracy?
Jane Mansbridge.  On the importance of getting things done.
Jay Mukherjee and Walter E. Block.  Libertarians and the Catholic Church on intellectual property laws.
Roberto Esposito.  Immunity, community, and biopolitics.
Damian Salcedo Megales.  Malpractice, corruption, and judgments of professional ethics.
Judith Butler.  Violencia de estado,guerra, resistencia.  Por una nueva politica de la izquierda.  Review by Juan Antonio Fernandez Manzano.
Bernard Bailyn.  Los origenes ideologicos de la revolucion norteamericana.  Estudio prelimina de Victor Mendez Baiges.  Review by Ricardo Cueva Fernandez.
Samuel Chabanchik, Hugo E. Biagini, and Enrique Dussel.  Memorial to the master Arturo Andres Roig (1922-2012).
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Legal Studies, Vol. 33, #1, 2013
Cora Chan.  Winner of the SLS Annual Conference Best Paper Prize 2012: Proportionality and invariable baseline intensity of review.
Kathryn Hollingsworth.  Securing responsibility, achieving parity? The legal support for children leaving custody.
Winnie Chan.  Cohabitation, civil partnership, marriage, and the equal sharing principle.
Richard W. Ireland.  Criminology, class, and cricket: Raffles and real life.
Fiona Burns.  Surviving spouses, surviving children and the reform of total intestacy law in England and Scotland: Past, present, and future.
Andrew Robertson.  Policy-based reasoning in duty of care cases.
Carrie Bradshaw.  The environmental business case and unenlightened shareholder value.
David Campbell.  Luhmann without tears: Complex economic regulation and the erosion of the market sphere.
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Annalisa Coliva (ed.), The Self and Self-Knowledge. Reviewed by Aaron Zimmerman.
Rick Anthony Furtak, Jonathan Ellsworth, and James D. Reid (eds.), Thoreau's Importance for Philosophy.
Reviewed by Gerald Bruns.
David J. Gunkel, The Machine Question: Critical Perspectives on AI, Robots, and Ethics. Reviewed by Colin Allen.
John Hawthorne and David Manley, The Reference Book. Reviewed by Barbara Abbott.
Ulrike Heuer and Gerald Lang (eds.), Luck, Value, and Commitment: Themes From the Ethics of Bernard Williams. Reviewed by L. Nandi Theunissen.
John Sallis, Logic of Imagination: The Expanse of the Elemental. Reviewed by Janae Sholtz.
Katja Maria Vogt, Belief and Truth: A Skeptic Reading of Plato. Reviewed by Deborah K. W. Modrak.
Howard Williams, Kant and the End of War: A Critique of Just War Theory. Reviewed by Harry van der Linden.
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Oxford Studies in Metaphysics, Vol. 6, 2011 (not available online)
The Oxford Studies in Metaphysics: Younger Scholar Prize Announcement
Minimizing Ontological Commitments
Jason Turner. Onotlogical nihilism.
Ross P. Cameron. Truthmaking for presentists.
Metaphysical Vagueness
Elizabeth Barnes and J. Robert G. Williams. A theory of metaphysical indeterminancy.
Matti Eklund. Being metaphysically unsettled: Barnes and Williams on metaphysical indeterminancy and vagueness.
Elizabeth Barnes and J. Robert G. Williams  Response to Eklund.
Richard Woodward. Metaphysical indeterminancy and vague existence.
Mereology and Location
Gabriel Uzquiano. Mereological harmony.
Raul Saucedo. Parthood and location.
Personal Identity
Rory Madden. Externalism and brain transplants.
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Philosophical Forum, Vol. 44, #1, 2013
Marcus Arvan.  A new theory of free will.
Lynn Holt and Bryan E. Norwood.  Virtuouso epistemology.
Dale Jacquette.  Phenomenological thought content, intentionality, and reference in Putnam’s twin earth.
Tuomas K. Pernu.  The principle of causal exclusion does not make sense.
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Philosophy Compass, Vol. 8, #3, 2013
Chinese Comparative Philosophy
Sarah Mattice.  Artistry as methodology: Aesthetic experience and Chinese philosophy.
Steven Arkonovich.  Varieties of reasons/motives internalism.
Mind and Cognitive Science
Neil Van Leeuwen.  The meanings of “imagine” part I: Constructive imagination.
Legal and Political Philosophy
Robert C. Hughes.  Law and coercion.
Legal and Political
Lea Ypi.  Territorial rights and exclusion.
Sarah Fine.  The ethics of immigration: Self-determination and the right to exclude.
Logic and Language
Michael Franke.  Game theoretic pragmatics.
Naturalistic Philosophy
Elizabeth Irvine.  Measures of consciousness.
Philosophy of Religion
Amir Dastmalchian.  The epistemology of religious diversity in contemporary philosophy of religion.
Nicholas D. Smith.  Philosophical reflection on petitionary prayer.
Adam Buben.  Neither irrationalist nor apologist: Revisiting faith and reason in Kierkegaard.
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Philosophy and Literature, Vol. 36, #2, 2012
Nicolae Rambu.  The philosophy of Casanova.
Tom Stern.  History plays as history.
Thomas A. Davis.  Beyond the pale of forgiveness: The touchstone of Simon.
Philip Redpath.  “All drifting reefwards now”: Nietzsche, Stoker, and the shock of the new.
Rockwell F. Clancy.  Human nature and holocaust: Understanding Levinas’s account of ethics through Levi and Wiesel.
Canan Savkay.  Ethics and the third party in Iris Murdoch’s The Green Knight.
Brian Domino.  Looking at the meaning of life hydra-scopically: Diderot and the value of the human.
Tushar Irani.  Reason and value in Plato.
Simon Kemp.  The inescapable metaphor: How time and meaning become space when we think about narrative.
Symposium: George Eliot, Philosopher
Rebecca Gould.  Adam Bede’s Dutch realism and the novelist’s point of view.
Ted Zenzinger.  Spinoza, Adam Bede, knowledge, and sympathy: A reply to Atkins.
K.M. Newton.  George Eliot, Kant, and free will.
Notes and Fragments
Mark Steensland.  The reversal of value in The Turn of the Screw.
Mohammadreza Arghiani.  Diminishing I’s: The Unnamable’s absent subjecthood and the disintegration of meaning in the face of Foucault’s panopticon.
Marshell Carl Bradley.  An issue for Schopenhauer: Whither the moral Orange?
Bruce B. Suttle.  Failures on writing and reading: On Zadie Smith’s “Fail Better.”
Reader’s Responses
Senyo Whyte.  On immortality and significance: A response to Aaron Smuts.
Critical Discussions
Mark Anderson.  Melville in the shallows.
Developing Lines
Michael Fischer.  Forgiveness and literature.
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Political Research Quarterly, Vol. 66, #1, 2013
Andrea Radasanu.  Montesquieu on Ancient Greek foreign relations: Toward national self-interest and international peace.
Yishaiya Abosch.  An exceptional power: Equity in Thomas Hobbes’ dialogue on the common law.
Elvin T. Lim.  The anti-federalist strand in progressive politics and political thought.
Daniel J. Galvin.  Presidential partisanship reconsidered: Eisenhower, Nixon, Ford, and the rise of polarized politics.
Christopher L. Anderson.  Which party elites choose to lead the nomination process?
Barry C. Burden and Jacob R. Neiheisel.  Election administration and the pure effect of voter registration on turnout.
Jennifer Oser, Marc Hooghe, and Sofie Marien.  Is online participation distinct from offline participation?  A latent class analysis of participation types and their stratification.
Kevin M. Esterling, David M.J. Lazer, and Michael A. Neblo.  Connecting to constituents: The diffusion of representation practices among congressional websites.
Melinda Gann Hall and Chris W. Bonnaeu.  Attack advertising, the White decision, and voter participation in state supreme court elections.
Michael D. Minta and Valeria Sinclair-Chapman.  Diversity in political institutions and congressional responsiveness to minority interests.
Ian Ostrander and Joel Sievert.  The logic of presidential signing statements.
Santiago Basabe-Serrano and John Polga-Hecimovich.  Legislative coalitions and judicial turnover under political uncertainty: The case of Ecuador.
Benoit Rihoux and Axel Marx.  QCA, 25 years after “The comparative method”: Mapping, challenges, and innovations – mini-symposium.
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