Volume 2009 No. 1

Vol 2009 no 1


New Wine in Old Wineskins—Twenty-First Century Ethical Challenges for the Just War Tradition
Timothy J. Demy, Associate Professor of Military Ethics, U.S. Naval War College
Nurturing Ethical Values in The 21st Century Adolescent
Joanne Fitzmaurice Kuttner , Adjunct Professor of Theology at Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois and Director of Youth Ministry at Saints Peter and Paul Parish, Naperville, Illinois
Nurses and Conundrums of Conscience
Carolyn A. Laabs, Assistant Professor, Marquette University
Measuring the Ethical Quotient of Corporations: The Case of Small And Medium Enterprises in India
Anu Singh Lather, Professor and Dean, University School of Management Studies, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi
Referral for Profit: Deprofessionalization of Health Care in America
Dina S. Macs, Adjunct Professor of Physical Therapy, University of Puget Sound
Deep Time: Its Meaning and Moral Implications
Paul R. Pinet, Professor of Geology and Environmental Sciences, Department of Geology, Colgate University
Dehumanizing the Humanities: Neoliberalism and the Unethical Dimension of the Market Ethic
Paul Andrew Sukys, Professor of Philosophy and Law, Humanities Department, North Central State College
A Comparison of Physicians’ and Nurses’ Responses to Selected Ethical Dilemmas
Jill E. Winland-Brown, and Adam L. Dobrin


Securing Food Supply for Future Generations through Groundwater Management: A Policy Analysis Approach
Lal K. Almas, Robert H. Taylor, Bridget Guerrero, and Stephen H. Amosson
Costa Rican Cacao Economy: An ethnographic study of social justice observed
Madeline del Toro Cherney, Adjunct Faculty, Department of Anthropology, Stony Brook University
Earth News: Adapt, Mitigate or Die
Kathe A. Gabel, Department of Health and Human Performance, Montana State University
The Importance of Nutritional Education in Preventing Obesity and Malnutrition
Noriko Tanaka and Yukiko Kinoshita

Learning Disabilities

Toward A Model Of Promoting Literacy For Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder In The General Education Classroom
Robin LaBarbera and Ivannia Soto-Hinman
Conundrum of Autism: A Review of its Causes and Significant Impact on the Education of a School age Child
Cosmas U. Nwokeafor, Professor, Interim Dean of Graduate School, Bowie State University


Algeria at the Crossroads: How the United States Can Help the Algerians Fight the Battle Against Violent Islamic Extremists
Frances J Belisle, Professor of Politics, Strayer University
Ontological Gap: Eastern Spiritualism Western Materialism
Allen S. Clark, Instructional Assistant Professor of Arabic, The University of Mississippi
Perspectives on the Impact of Historical and Contemporary Terrorism on the World’s Indigenous Peoples
Kenric Jones DeLong, Instructor of Social Sciences & Native American Studies, Montcalm Community College
Terrorism: Dilemmas of Capitalism, Monotheism, Multiculturalism, Violence
Leo Driedger, Professor Emeritus in Sociology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada
Linking political systems and war systems—systemic risks, paradoxes and blind spots
Gorm Harste, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University, Denmark
Global Governance:  The Case of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
Leena Thacker Kumar and Joel R. Campbell
How Successful Is Terrorism?
James M. Lutz and Brenda J. Lutz
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Tolerance of Ambiguity, Ecumenical Theology, and World Peace
Joseph McGahan, Joseph Roberts and Keith Wilkerson
The Global Financial Crisis—caused by Greed, Moral Meltdown and Public Policy Disasters
Donald T. Wargo, Norman Baglini, and Kate Nelson

Social Justice

Race as a Social Construct:  The Impact on Education
Ronald Dorris, Professor in Liberal Arts, African American Studies & English, Xavier University of Louisiana
Twisted Social Justice: Father Coughlin & the Christian Front
Gene Fein, Director of Academic Services & Adjunct Faculty, Fordham University
Perspectives on Social Justice
David G. Gil, Professor of Social Policy, Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University
Education, Policy and Social Justice: Searching the Borderlands Between Subjective Science and Experimental Art
Andrew Gitlin, Professor, University of Georgia
Poverty Immigration and Latinos in U.S. Texas Colonias
Cecilia Giusti, Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning, Texas A&M University
The Obama Presidency and the Question of Social Justice: A Critical Analysis of the Meaningful Milestone
Lawrence J. Hanks, Professor, Department of Political Science, Indiana University.
Linguistic Diversity and Development: the Language Question and Social Justice in Southern Africa
Themba Moyo, Professor of General Linguistics, University of Zululand, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Individual Development Accounts and Social Justice
Yvette Murphy-Erby, Shikkiah Jordan, Marcia Shobe,  and Kameri Christy-McMullin
Proudhon, Public Policy, and American Political Traditions
Joseph Prud’homme and Stuart Farrand
Social Justice and Evidence-Based Assessment with the Learning Record
Margaret A. Syverson, Associate Professor, Department of Rhetoric and Writing, Director, The Undergraduate Writing Center, University of Texas at Austin
Atavistic Culture:  The Bête Noire of Social Change
Fred Viehe, Professor, Youngstown State University


Slam Poetry and Cultural Experience for Children
Kathryn E. Boudreau, Associate Professor, Middle Tennessee State University
Differentiating Language Arts in Belize
Pamela R. Cook, Doctoral student, University of Windsor
Effects of Language Learning Interventions in Pre-School Children: a Longitudinal Study
Gasteiger-Klicpera, B. , Knapp, W. , Kucharz, D. , Schabmann, A. & Schmidt. B.
The Use of British Nursery Rhymes and Contemporary Technology as Venues for Creating and Expressing Hidden Literacies Throughout Time by Children, Adolescents, And Adults
Lisa A. Hazlett, Professor of Secondary Education, The University Of South Dakota
Pre-school children discerning numbers and letters
Mona Holmqvist and Charlotte Tullgren
A Different Set of Classrooms: Preparing a New Generation of Clinicians
Catherine A. Jackson  and Janice D. Woolsey
Criterion-Referenced Assessment for Language Organization:  An Example of Evidence-Based Practice
Joan S. Klecan-Aker and Karen Colson
Helping Children Cope through Literature
Danielle F. Lowe, Elementary Education Department, State University of New York at New Palt
Literacy Courses and the Prevention of Reading Difficulties
Mary Knight-McKenna, Assistant Professor, Elon University
Bildung as a Powerful Tool in Modern University Teaching
Mogens Noergaard Olesen, Associate Professor, Department Of Economics, University Of Copenhagen
Does Assessment Have to Drive the Curriculum?
Helen Cole, Kathy Hulley and Peggy Quarles
Developing Safe Schools Partnerships with Law Enforcement
John Rosiak, Technical Assistance Specialist

Children: The Next Generation

An Assessment On The Impact Of The Current Economic Crisis And Its Effect On The Protection Of Our Children From Sexual Predators:  A Case Study Of The State Of Nevada
Robert Kenneth Aberle, Professor of Criminal Justice, College of Southern Nevada
Child Victimization on South Dakota Indian Reservations:  An Overview of Jurisdictional Policy
Brenda Donelan, Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Northern State University
Heredity—Environment Influences on Early Childhood Literacy: The Example of Sweden
Siv Fischbein, Professor in Special Education, Department of Special Education, Stockholm University
The Rise and Demise of Children’s International Human Rights
Douglas Hodgson, Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, The University of Western Australia
Children in Harm’s Way: a Global Issue as Important as Climate Change
Garth E. Kendall, J. Anke M. van Eekelen, Jianghong Li and Eugen Mattes
Children of Genocide in the 21st Century: Four Case Studies of Sub-Sahara Africa
Charles Oberg and Deborah Caselton
Improving Children’s Experiences in Foster Care: Foster parent ideas
Joan F. Shireman, Professor Emerita, School of Social Work, Portland State University
Child Sexual Abuse among Socially Marginalized Groups: Cultural and Governmental Influences Perpetuating Maltreatment in American Indian Country
Paul D. Steele, Professor of Sociology and Criminology, Director, Center for Justice Studies