Volume 2011 No. 2

Vol 2011 no 2

Global Conflict

Nationality, Religion and Immigration: We Are All Children of Babel
Judge Bruce J. Einhorn (ret.), Professor of Law and Director, Asylum and Refugee Law Clinic, Pepperdine University School of Law
United States Occupation of Afghanistan and Iraq: A Hindrance to Combating Global Terrorism
Kema Irogbe, Professor of Political Science, Claflin University
Religious, Civic, and Interpersonal Capital: Catholic Sisters in One Community’s Response to Migrant Families
Meg Wilkes Karraker, Professor of Sociology, Women’s Studies, and Family Studies, and Family Business Center Fellow, University of St. Thomas
Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness: Human Rights and Immigration
Richard H. Morgan, School of Social Welfare, Stony Brook University
The Effects of Redistributive Conflicts on Immigrants
Marcella Myers, Assistant Professor, Political Science, Andrews University
Moral Obligation and Social Rationality of Government: The Affordable Care Act
Timothy C. Okeke, Chair, Department of Social Work/Director of Social Work Program, Livingstone College
Nativism, Immigration and the Latinization of America
Guadalupe San Miguel Jr., Professor, History Department, University of Houston


Images of Environmental Disaster: Information and Ontology
Charles Bonner, Department of Philosophy, Providence College
Evolution and the Goal of Environmentalism
John H Dreher, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Southern California
Frank Lloyd Wright and Our Attitude toward Nature
Theresa Grupico, Lecturer, Department of Art and Design, Monmouth University
Ideological impacts upon environmental problem perception
Jeff William Justice, Ryan Cheek, and Brandon Buckman
Energy Consequences and Conflicts across the Global Countryside: North American Agricultural Perspectives
Simona L. Perry, Dickinson College

Women’s Studies

Women and Leadership: Transforming VIsions and Current Contexts
Jean Lau Chin, Professor, Adelphi University
Religious Freedom and Section 116 of the Australian Constitution: Would a Banning of the Hijab or Burqa Be Constitutionally Valid?
Anthony Gray, Associate Professor, University of Southern Queensland
Women’s Leadership in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics: Barriers to Participation
Laura McCullough, Department Chair, Physics Department, University of Wisconsin-Stout