Wednesday, November 20, 2013

November 20, 2014

American Political Thought, Vol. 2, #2, 2013
Developing Economies, Vol. 51, #4, 2013
Human Rights Review, Vol. 14, #4, 2013
Journal of Law and Society, Vol. 40, #4, 2013
Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 39, #12, 2013
Law and Critique, Vol. 24, #3, 2013
Motivation and Emotion, Vol. 37, #4, 2013
Neuroethics, Vol. 6, #3, 2013
Political Research Quarterly, Vol. 66, #4, 2013
Politics & Gender, Vol. 9, #4, 2013

American Political Thought, Vol. 2, #2, 2013
In Memoriam
Gordon Wood. Pauline Maier.
Robert George. Jean Bethke Elshtain.
Michael Zuckert. A Note from the Editor.
Adam Tate. James Madison and State Sovereignty, 1780–1781.
Greg Weiner. James Madison and the Legitimacy of Majority Factions.
Wayne D. Moore. Variable Constitutional Authority: Madisonian Founding Perspectives.
Symposium on Charles Beard’s Economic Interpretation
Max M. Edling. Introduction to the Centennial Symposium on Charles Beard’s Economic Interpretation.
Woody Holton. The Readers’ Reports Are In.
David Waldstreicher. The Beardian Legacy, the Madisonian Moment, and the Politics of Slavery.
Eric Slauter. Beard’s “Politics,” Ours, and Theirs.
Max M. Edling. Charles Beard and the Internationalist Interpretation of the American Founding.
R. B. Bernstein. Charles A. Beard: Foe of Originalism.
Tom Cutterham. Charles Beard and the Politics of Radical Public History.
Book Reviews
Review by: Eric T. Kasper. The Constitution before the Judgment Seat: The Prehistory and Ratification of the American Constitution by Jürgen Heideking; John P. Kaminky; Richard Leffler
Review by: George Thomas. Madison’s Metronome: The Constitution, Majority Rule, and the Tempo of American Politics by Greg Weiner
Review by: Nicholas Buccola.   John Brown Still Lives! America’s Long Reckoning with Violence, Equality, and Change by R. Blakeslee Gilpin
Review by: Leslie Friedman Goldstein.  The Political Thought of Frederick Douglass: In Pursuit of American Liberty by Nicholas Buccola
Review by: Robert E. Bonner. Brigham Young, Pioneer Prophet by John G. Turner
Review by: Tracy B. Strong. American Nietzsche: A History of an Icon and His IdeasIl volto americano de Nietzsche: La ricezione de Nietzsche in America dal 1945 al 1996 by Jennifer Ratner-Rosenhagen; Tiziana Andina.
Review by: Robert J. Fitrakis. American Socialist Triptych: The Literary-Political Work of Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Upton Sinclair, and W. E. B. Du Bois by Mark W. Van Wienen
Review by: Daniel Horowitz. Mothers of Conservatism: Women and the Postwar Right by Michelle M. Nickerson
Review by: Sandra M. Gustafson. Democratic Decision-Making by David Lewis Schaefer.
Review by: David E. Campbell. Attention Deficit Democracy: The Paradox of Civic Engagement by Ben Berger.
Review by: Frank J. Colucci. The Harm in Hate Speech by Jeremy Waldron.
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Developing Economies, Vol. 51, #4, 2013
Humberto F.S. Spolador and Terry L. Roe. The Role of Agriculture on the Recent Brazilian Economic Growth: How Agriculture Competes for Resources.
Shenglong Liu and Angang Hu. Household Saving in China: The Keynesian Hypothesis, Life-Cycle Hypothesis, and Precautionary Saving Theory.
Short Paper
Kiyoyasu Tanaka and Kenmei Tsubota. Does Aid for Roads Attract Foreign or Domestic Firms? Evidence from Cambodia.
Book Reviews
Frances Stewart. The Politics of Poverty Reduction – By Paul Mosley, Blessing Chiripanhura, Jean Grugel, and Ben Thirkell-White.
Roger Southall. Party Politics and Economic Reform in Africa's Democracies – By M. Anne Pitcher.
Andrés Solimano. Brain Drain and Brain Gain: The Global Competition to Attract High-Skilled Migrants – Edited by Tito Boeri, Herbert Brücker, Frédéric Docquier and Hillel Rapoport.
Yoko Ibuka. Health Systems in Low- and Middle-Income Countries – Edited by Richard D. Smith and Kara Hanson.
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Human Rights Review, Vol. 14, #4, 2013
Original Essay
Pablo Gilabert. The Capability Approach and the Debate Between Humanist and Political Perspectives on Human Rights. A Critical Survey.
Michael Buckley. The Priority of Legitimacy in Times of Political Transition.
Izabela Steflja, Jessica Trisko Darden. Making Civilian Casualties Count: Approaches to Documenting the Human Cost of War.
Mark F. N. Franke. A Critique of the Universalisability of Critical Human Rights Theory: The Displacement of Immanuel Kant.
Aysha Shafiq.  The War on Terror and the Enforced Disappearances in Pakistan.
Review Essay
Helen Delfeld. Making NGOs More Transparent.
Book Review
Kurt Mills. Displacing Human Rights: War and Intervention in Northern Uganda by Adam Branch.
Dave O. Benjamin. Making Human Rights a Reality by Emilie M. Hafner-Burton.
Kevin O’Sullivan. Freedom from Poverty: NGOs and Human Rights Praxis by Daniel P. L. Chong.
Charles Olney. Humanity's Law by Ruti Teitel.
Vineeth Mathoor. Decolonizing Democracy: Transforming the Social Contract in India by Christine Keating.
Mika Obara. The EU as a “Global Player” in Human Rights? by Jan Erik Wetzel (ed.).
Fatme Myuhtar-May. The Past in Pieces: Belonging in the New Cyprus by Rebecca Bryant.
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Journal of Law and Society, Vol. 40, #4, 2013
Dan Priel. The Political Origins of English Private Law.
Helen Baillot, Sharon Cowan and Vanessa E. Munro. Second-hand Emotion? Exploring the Contagion and Impact of Trauma and Distress in the Asylum Law Context.
Jane Holder. Identifying Points of Contact and Engagement Between Legal and Environmental Education.
Jose Bellido. Popular Music and Copyright Law in the Sixties.
Rachel J. Cahill-O'Callaghan. The Influence of Personal Values on Legal Judgments.
Greg Martin and Rebecca Scott Bray. Discolouring Democracy? Policing, Sensitive Evidence, and Contentious Deaths in the United Kingdom.
Roger Cotterrell. Northern Lights: From Swedish Realism to Sociology of Law.
Review Article
Sally Wheeler. ‘Dangerously, Outrageously, Elitist’ – A Solution to Law Graduate Unemployment?
Book Reviews
Richard Mullender. The Legal Theory Of Carl Schmitt By Mariano Croce And Andrea Salvatore.
Carol A.G. Jones. In The Name Of Justice: Striving For The Rule Of Law In China By He Weifang.
Nicole Busby. Caring And The Law By Jonathan Herring.
Hilary Sommerlad. Gender & Justice: Why Women In The Judiciary Really Matter By Sally J. Kenney And Women, Judging And The Judiciary: From Difference To Diversity By Erika Rackley.
Richard A. Wilson. Global Legal Pluralism: A Jurisprudence Of Law Beyond Borders By Paul Schiff Berman.
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Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 39, #12, 2013
The concise argument
Dominic Wilkinson. Enhancing debate about the sexes.
Feature article
Paula Casal. Sexual dimorphism and human enhancement.
Larry S Temkin. What's wrong with enhancements?
Robert Sparrow. Sexism and human enhancement.
Jeff McMahan. Genetic modification of characteristic masculine traits: enhancement or deformity?
Paula Casal. Reform, not destroy: reply to McMahan, Sparrow and Temkin.
Clinical ethics
Marie-Chantal Fortin. Is it ethical to invite compatible pairs to participate in exchange programmes?
Michele Loi. You cannot have your normal functioning cake and eat it too.
Law, ethics and medicine
Jonny Anomaly. Collective action and individual choice: rethinking how we regulate narcotics and antibiotics.
Felicitas Kraemer. Authenticity or autonomy? When deep brain stimulation causes a dilemma.
Research ethics
Franklin G Miller, Steven Joffe. Phase 1 oncology trials and informed consent.
Mary A Ott, Andreia B Alexander, Michelle Lally, John B Steever, Gregory D Zimet, the Adolescent Medicine Trials Network (ATN) for HIV/AIDS Interventions. Preventive misconception and adolescents’ knowledge about HIV vaccine trials.
Current controversy
Niels Lynøe, Madeleine Leijonhufvud. Police in an intensive care unit: what can happen?
Joe Brierley. Preventing arrests in the intensive care unit.
Gary Levvis. Increasing physician protection against prosecution: unjustified and unwise.
Niels Lynøe, Madeleine Leijonhufved. Response: Response to Brierley.
Brief report
Kristina Staley. Lay REC members: patient or public?
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Law and Critique, Vol. 24, #3, 2013
Original Paper
Adam Gearey. ‘Change is Gonna Come’: Critical Legal Studies and the Legacies of the New Left.
Sarah Lamble. Queer Necropolitics and the Expanding Carceral State: Interrogating Sexual Investments in Punishment.
Yvette Russell. Thinking Sexual Difference Through the Law of Rape.
Alessandra Asteriti. Kairós and Clinamen: Revolutionary Politics and the Common Good.
Annika Thiem. Theological-Political Ruins: Walter Benjamin, Sovereignty, and the Politics of Skeletal Eschatology.
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Motivation and Emotion, Vol. 37, #4, 2013
Jonathan S. Gore. Individual differences that moderate the effectiveness of relational reasons for self-improvement.
Antonio Pierro, Gennaro Pica, Kristen Klein, Arie W. Kruglanski. Looking back or moving on: How regulatory modes affect nostalgia.
Jonathan E. Ramsay, Joyce S. Pang. Set ambiguity: A key determinant of reliability and validity in the picture story exercise.
E. Gaëlle Hortop, Carsten Wrosch, Marylène Gagné. The why and how of goal pursuits: Effects of global autonomous motivation and perceived control on emotional well-being
Audrey Savard, Mireille Joussemet, Julie Emond Pelletier. The benefits of autonomy support for adolescents with severe emotional and behavioral problems.
Yingqiu Pan, Mary Gauvain, Seth J. Schwartz. Do parents’ collectivistic tendency and attitudes toward filial piety facilitate autonomous motivation among young Chinese adolescents?
J. Lukas Thürmer, Sean M. McCrea, Peter M. Gollwitzer. Regulating self-defensiveness: If–then plans prevent claiming and creating performance handicaps.
Takayuki Goto, Takashi Kusumi. How can reward contribute to efficient self-control? Reinforcement of task-defined responses diminishes ego-depletion
Wilhelm Hofmann, Hiroki Kotabe, Maike Luhmann. The spoiled pleasure of giving in to temptation.
Noémie Carbonneau, Robert J. Vallerand. On the role of harmonious and obsessive romantic passion in conflict behavior.
Philip I. Chow, Howard Berenbaum, Luis E. Flores Jr. Is energy expenditure in emotion regulation dependent on individual differences and the specific emotion in question?
Dylan F. Selterman, Markus A. Maier. Secure attachment and material reward both attenuate romantic jealousy.
Tracey Platt, Jennifer Hofmann, Willibald Ruch, René T. Proyer. Duchenne display responses towards sixteen enjoyable emotions: Individual differences between no and fear of being laughed at.
Tad T. Brunyé, Jessica L. Howe, Caroline R. Mahoney. Acute exercise suppresses judgments of facial emotion intensity.
Mei-Lin Chang. Toward a theoretical model to understand teacher emotions and teacher burnout in the context of student misbehavior: Appraisal, regulation and coping
Virginie Bagneux, Hélène Font, Thierry Bollon. Incidental emotions associated with uncertainty appraisals impair decisions in the Iowa Gambling Task.
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Sara Brill, Plato on the Limits of Human Life. Reviewed by Alex Long. 
Allan Gotthelf and James G. Lennox (eds.), Concepts and Their Role in Knowledge: Reflections on Objectivist Epistemology. Reviewed by Stephen R. C. Hicks.
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Neuroethics, Vol. 6, #3, 2013
Special Issue: Bonding Brains to Machines – Neuroethics of Deep Brain Stimulation and Brain-Computer Interfacing
Jens Clausen. Bonding Brains to Machines: Ethical Implications of Electroceuticals for the Human Brain.
Maartje Schermer. Health, Happiness and Human Enhancement—Dealing with Unexpected Effects of Deep Brain Stimulation.
Farah Focquaert. Deep Brain Stimulation in Children: Parental Authority Versus Shared Decision-Making.
Veronica Johansson, Martin Garwicz, Martin Kanje, Helena Röcklinsberg. Beyond Blind Optimism and Unfounded Fears: Deep Brain Stimulation for Treatment Resistant Depression.
Frederic Gilbert. Deep Brain Stimulation for Treatment Resistant Depression: Postoperative Feelings of Self-Estrangement, Suicide Attempt and Impulsive–Aggressive Behaviours.
Felicitas Kraemer. Me, Myself and My Brain Implant: Deep Brain Stimulation Raises Questions of Personal Authenticity and Alienation.
Karsten Witt, Jens Kuhn, Lars Timmermann, Mateusz Zurowski. Deep Brain Stimulation and the Search for Identity.
Françoise Baylis. “I Am Who I Am”: On the Perceived Threats to Personal Identity from Deep Brain Stimulation.
Laura Klaming, Pim Haselager. Did My Brain Implant Make Me Do It? Questions Raised by DBS Regarding Psychological Continuity, Responsibility for Action and Mental Competence.
Femke Nijboer, Jens Clausen, Brendan Z. Allison, Pim Haselager. The Asilomar Survey: Stakeholders’ Opinions on Ethical Issues Related to Brain-Computer Interfacing.
Miriam Kyselo. Locked-in Syndrome and BCI - Towards an Enactive Approach to the Self.
Tom Buller. Neurotechnology, Invasiveness and the Extended Mind.
Gregor Wolbring. Hearing Beyond the Normal Enabled by Therapeutic Devices: The Role of the Recipient and the Hearing Profession
Karim Jebari. Brain Machine Interface and Human Enhancement – An Ethical Review.
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Political Research Quarterly, Vol. 66, #4, 2013
Gary Segura. From the WPSA President.
Jeremy J. Mhire. The Forgotten Comedy of the Socratic Turn: Assessing the Role of al-Razi’s The Philosophical Way of Life in Leo Strauss’s Socrates and Aristophanes.
Susan McWilliams. Hybridity in Herodotus.
J. Toby Reiner. Toward an Overlapping Dissensus: The Search for Inclusivity in the Political Thought of Dissent magazine.
Paul A. Djupe and Brian R. Calfano. Religious Value Priming, Threat, and Political Tolerance.
Sabri Ciftci. Secular-Islamist Cleavage, Values, and Support for Democracy and Shari’a in the Arab World.
Benjamin G. Bishin and Charles Anthony Smith. When Do Legislators Defy Popular Sovereignty? Testing Theories of Minority Representation Using DOMA.
Ryan C. Black, Maron W. Sorenson, and Timothy R. Johnson. Toward an Actor-Based Measure of Supreme Court Case Salience: Information-Seeking and Engagement during Oral Arguments.
Ryan C. Black, Rachel A. Schutte, and Timothy R. Johnson. Trying to Get What You Want: Heresthetical Maneuvering and U.S. Supreme Court Decision Making.
Rachel E. Bowen. Judicial Autonomy in Central America: A Typological Approach.
Keena Lipsitz. Issue Convergence Is Nothing More than Issue Convergence.
Gary E. Hollibaugh, Lawrence S. Rothenberg, and Kristin K. Rulison. Does It Really Hurt to Be Out of Step?
Elias Dinas. Opening “Openness to Change”: Political Events and the Increased Sensitivity of Young Adults.
Juliet E. Carlisle and Robert C. Patton. Is Social Media Changing How We Understand Political Engagement? An Analysis of Facebook and the 2008 Presidential Election.
Aaron M. Hoffman, Crystal Shelton, and Erik Cleven. Press Freedom, Publicity, and the Cross-National Incidence of Transnational Terrorism.
Todd Donovan and Caroline Tolbert. Do Popular Votes on Rights Create Animosity Toward Minorities?
William Franko, Caroline J. Tolbert, and Christopher Witko. Inequality, Self-Interest, and Public Support for “Robin Hood” Tax Policies.
David Fortunato, Thomas König, and Sven-Oliver Proksch. Government Agenda-Setting and Bicameral Conflict Resolution.
Replication Study
Edward M. Burmila and Josh M. Ryan. Reconsidering the “Palin Effect” in the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election.
Jonathan Knuckey. Comments on “Reconsidering the ‘Palin Effect’”.
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Politics & Gender, Vol. 9, #4, 2013
Research Articles
Justin Esarey and Gina Chirillo. “Fairer Sex” or Purity Myth? Corruption, Gender, and Institutional Context. 
Melody Crowder-Meyer. Gendered Recruitment without Trying: How Local Party Recruiters Affect Women's Representation. 
Allison Harell and Dimitrios Panagos. Locating the Aboriginal Gender Gap: The Political Attitudes and Participation of Aboriginal Women in Canada. 
Kathryn Pearson and Eric McGhee. What It Takes to Win: Questioning “Gender Neutral” Outcomes in U.S. House Elections. 
Critical Perspectives on Gender and Politics
Crossing Borders, Transforming Knowledge: Celebrating 25 Years of the Women and Politics Program at Rutgers University
Susan J. Carroll. Introduction.
Claire Snyder-Hall. Reflections of a Politically Engaged Scholar. 
Nikol G. Alexander-Floyd. (Inter)disciplinary Trouble: Intersectionality, Narrative Analysis, and the Making of a New Political Science. 
Ronnee Schreiber. How Studying Ideological Diversity among Women Transforms Political Knowledge.
Cristina Beltrán. Crossings and Correspondences: Rethinking Intersectionality and the Category “Latino”. 
Kate Bedford. Reflections from a Visitor. 
Rose Corrigan. Building Theory and Making Change: The Challenges of Studying Feminist Activism. 
Debra J. Liebowitz. Comprehension Obscured: Feminist Ideas and Policy Directives. 
Book Reviews
Laura Sjoberg. Militarizing Men: Gender, Conscription, and War in Post-Soviet Russia. By Maya Eichler.
Susan J. Carroll. Gender and Justice: Why Women in the Judiciary Really Matter. By Sally J. Kenney.
Éléonore Lépinard. For Women Only? Gender Quotas and Intersectionality in France— ERRATUM.
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