Research – Publications
Jan 21, 2011 by Matthew J. Brown
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PUBLICATIONS BY CENTER FOR VALUES MEMBERS AND AFFILIATED SCHOLARS
- Richard Scotch, Sonya Michel, and Sarah Rose. (forthcoming 2013). Poverty and Social Policy in the United States: Social Citizenship in Historical, Comparative, and Transnational Perspective.
- Matthew J. Brown. (forthcoming 2012).
Science and democracy in international relations.In Ralston, S. J., editor, Philosophical Pragmatism and International Relations: Essays for a Bold New World. Lexington Books.
- Richard Scotch and Allison Carey, eds. (forthcoming 2011). Disability and Community. Research in Social Science and Disability Volume 6. Emerald Publishing Group.
- Matthew J. Brown. (2010).
Genuine Problems and the Significance of Science.Contemporary Pragmatism 7(2).
- Monica Evans. (2010). "Murder, Ransom, Theft, and Grief: Understanding Digital Ethics in Games." In Videogame Cultures and the Future of Interactive Entertainment, Daniel Riha (ed.). Inter-Disciplinary Press.
- Matthew J. Brown, (2009)
Models and Perspectives on Stage: Remarks on Giere's Scientific Perspectivism.Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 40:2 pp. 213-220.
- Monica Evans. (2009). "You Can Kill Your Friends But You Can't Save Gnomeregan." In World of Warcraft and Philosophy: Wrath of the Philosopher King, Luke Cuddy and John Nordlinger (eds.). Open Court Press.
- Richard Scotch. (2001). "Advocacy and Political Action." in Handbook of Disability Studies, Gary L. Albrecht, Katherine D. Seelman, Michael Bury (eds.). Sage Publications, Inc.
- Richard Scotch and Sharon Barnartt. (2001). Disability Protests: Contentious Politics 1970 – 1999. Gallaudet University Press.