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Recent Faculty Articles and Book Chapters

Jepson faculty members contribute to leadership scholarship by drawing on a variety of academic disciplines. They publish research in a wide array of academic journals as appropriate to their individual disciplines. Following is a listing of faculty publications in academic journals from July 2016 through June 2017.  

Kristin M.S. Bezio

“From Rome to Tyre to London: Shakespeare's Pericles, Leadership, Anti-Absolutism, & English Exceptionalism,” Leadership
    Kristin M.S. Bezio

“The Filial Dagger: The Case of Hal and Henry IV in 1 & 2 Henry IV and The Famovs Victories,” Journal of the Wooden O Symposium
    Kristin M.S. Bezio

Jessica Flanigan

“Philosophical Methodology and Leadership Ethics,” Leadership
    Jessica Flanigan

“Patient Driven Drug Development” in Philosophical Issues in Pharmaceutics, Dien Ho (Ed)
    Jessica Flanigan

“Rethinking Freedom of Contract,” Philosophical Studies
    Jessica Flanigan

“Review: Values and Vaccine Refusal,” Journal of Value Inquiry
    Jessica Flanigan

“Seat Belt Mandates and Paternalism,” Journal of Moral Philosophy
    Jessica Flanigan

“Sweatshop Regulation and Workers' Choices,” Journal of Business Ethics
    Jessica Flanigan

Donelson R. Forsyth

“The Seditious Class,” Higher Education Advocate
    Donelson R. Forsyth

“Students’ Implicit Theories of University Professors,” Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology
    Julie Yermack and Donelson R. Forsyth

“Humans Are Not The Borg: Personal and Social Selves Function as Components in a Unified Self-System,” Behavioral and Brain Sciences
    Donelson R. Forsyth

Javier Hidalgo

“The Ethics of People Smuggling,” Journal of Global Ethics
    Javier Hidalgo

“Selling Citizenship: A Defense,” Journal of Applied Philosophy
    Javier Hidalgo

“The Duty to Disobey Immigration Law,” Moral Philosophy and Politics
    Javier Hidalgo

Crystal L. Hoyt

“Wealth Inequality and Activism: Perceiving Injustice Galvanizes Social Change but Perceptions Depend on Political Ideologies,” European Journal of Social Psychology
    Crystal L. Hoyt, Aaron J. Moss, Jeni L. Burnette, Annette Schieffelin, Abigail Goethals

“Introduction” in Women and Leadership: History Theories, and Case Studies, George R. Goethals and Crystal L. Hoyt (Eds)
    Crystal L. Hoyt

“Social Psychological Approaches to Women and Leadership Theory” in Handbook of Research on Gender and Leadership, Susan R. Madsen (Ed)
    Crystal L. Hoyt and Stephanie Simon

The Obesity Stigma Asymmetry Model: Indirect and Divergent Effects of Blame and Entity Theorizing on Anti-Fat Prejudice,” Stigma and Health
    Crystal L. Hoyt, Jeni L. Burnette, Lisa Auster-Gussman, Alison Blodorn, Brenda Major

“The Role of Social Dominance Orientation and Patriotism in the Evaluation of Minority and Female Leaders,” Journal of Applied Social Psychology
    Crystal L. Hoyt and Stephanie Simon

“Political Ideology and American Intergroup Discrimination: A Patriotism Perspective,” The Journal of Social Psychology
    Crystal L. Hoyt and Aleah Goldin

Peter Iver Kaufman


“Punishment and Reconciliation” in Peace and Reconciliation in the Classical World, E.P. Molony and Michael Stuart Williams (Eds)
    Peter Iver Kaufman

“Stepping Out of Constantine's Shadow” in Christianity, Democracy, and the Shadow of Constantine, George Demacopoulos and Aristotle Papanikolaou (Eds)
    Peter Iver Kaufman

“Augustine’s Punishments,” Harvard Theological Review
    Peter Iver Kaufman

Gary L. McDowell

“Supreme Indulgence: The Problem of the Courts Deferring to the Executive” (Review of David Rudenstine, The Age of Deference: The Supreme Court, National Security, and the Constitutional Order), Times Literary Supplement
    Gary L. McDowell  

Sandra J. Peart

“Group Analytics in Adam Smith’s Work,”  Eastern Economic Journal
    David M. Levy and Sandra J. Peart

Terry L. Price

“A 'critical leadership ethics' approach to the Ethical Leadership Construct,” Leadership
     Terry L. Price

Christopher R. von Rueden

“What Explains Personality Covariation? A Test of the Socioecological Complexity Hypothesis,” Social Psychological and Personality Science
    Aaron W. Lukaszewski, Michael Gurven, Christopher R. von Rueden, David P. Schmitt 

“Growth References for Tsimane Forager Horticulturalists of the Bolivian Amazon,” American Journal of Physical Anthropology 
    Aaron Blackwell, Samuel Urlacher, Bret Beheim, Christopher R. von Rueden, Adrian Jaeggi, Jonathan Stieglitz, Benjamin Trumble, Michael Gurven, Hillard Kaplan 

“Men's Social Status and Reproductive Success in 33 Non-industrial Societies: Effects of Subsistence, Marriage System, and Reproductive Strategy,” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 
    Christopher R. von Rueden and Adrian Jaeggi