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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 2017 through June 2018.  

Allison M.N. Archer

“Changing Owners, Changing Content: Does Who Owns the News Matter for the News?,” Political Communication
    Allison M.N. Archer and Joshua D. Clinton

“Political Advantage, Disadvantage, and the Demand for Partisan News,” The Journal of Politics
    Allison M.N. Archer 

Kristin M.S. Bezio

“Marlowe’s Violent Reformation: Religion, Government, and Rebellion on the Elizabethan Stage,” in Cultural Icons and Cultural Leadership, Peter Iver Kaufman and Kristin M.S. Bezio (Eds) 
    Kristin M.S. Bezio

“Ready, Aim, Feel: Empathy, Identification and Leadership in Video Games,” in Leadership, Popular Culture, and Social Change, Kristin M.S. Bezio and Kimberly Yost (Eds) 
    Kristin M.S. Bezio

“Marlowe’s Radical Reformation: Christopher Marlowe and the Radical Christianity of the Polish Brethren,” Quidditas
    Kristin M.S. Bezio

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

“Review of Four Birds of Noah’s Ark: A Prayer Book from the Time of Shakespeare,” Reading Religion
    Kristin M.S. Bezio

Jessica Flanigan

“All Liberty Is Basic,” Res Publica
    Jessica Flanigan

“A Libertarian Approach to Medicine,” The Routledge Handbook of Libertarianism, Jason Brennan, Bas van der Vossen,‎ and David Schmidtz (Eds)
    Jessica Flanigan

“Kantian Ethics, Wellbeing, and Disability,” The Ethics of Ability and Enhancement,  Jessica Flanigan and Terry L. Price (Eds)
    Jessica Flanigan

George R. Goethals

“Almost "Nothin New Under the Sun":  American politics and the election of Donald Trump,” Leadership
    George R. Goethals

Haley Harwell

“Measuring Trust: A Reinvestigation,” Southern Economic Journal
    Billur Aksoy, Haley Harwell, Ada Kovaliukaite, and Catherine Eckel

Javier Hidalgo

“The Libertarian Case for Open Borders,” The Routledge Handbook of Libertarianism, Jason Brennan, Bas van der Vossen,‎ and David Schmidtz (Eds)
    Javier Hidalgo

“Cosmopolitan Moral Enhancement,” The Ethics of Ability and Enhancement,  Jessica Flanigan and Terry L. Price (Eds)
    Javier Hidalgo

Crystal L. Hoyt

“Empowering Mimicry: Female Role Models Empower Women in Leadership Tasks Through Body Posture Mimicry,” Sex Roles: A Journal of Research
    Ioana M. Latu, Marianne Schmid Mast, Dario Bombari, Joris Lammers, Crystal L. Hoyt

“Sociocultural and Individual Manifestations of Sexual Stigma: The Role of Political Ideology and Prejudice in Discrimination Against Sexual Minorities,” Journal of Social and Political Psychology
    Crystal L. Hoyt and Mitchell Parry

“Social Dominance Orientation Moderates the Effectiveness of Mindset Messages,” British Journal of Social Psychology
    Crystal L. Hoyt, Rachel B. Forsyth, Jeni L. Burnette

“An Online Growth Mindset Intervention in a Sample of Rural Adolescent Girls,” British Journal of Education Psychology
    Jeni L. Burnette, Michelle V. Russell, Crystal L. Hoyt, Kasey Orvidas, Laura Widman

“Weight Beliefs and Messages: Mindsets Predict Body-Shame and Anti-Fat Attitudes Via Attributions,” Journal of Applied Social Psychology
    Jeni L. Burnette, Crystal L. Hoyt, Carol S. Dweck, and Lisa Auster-Gussman

“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

Sandra J. Peart

“Theorizing About Human Capacity: A View from the Nineteenth Century,” The Ethics of Ability and Enhancement, Jessica Flanigan and Terry L. Price (Eds)
     Sandra J. Peart and David M. Levy

Christopher R. von Rueden

“How Universal Is the General Factor of Personality? An Analysis of the Big Five in Forager Farmers of the Bolivian Amazon,” Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology
    Dimitri van der Linden, Curtis S. Dunkel, Aurelio Jose Figueredo, Michael Gurven, Christopher von Rueden, Michael A. Woodley of Menie

“Sex Differences in Political Leadership in an Egalitarian Society,” Evolution and Human Behavior
    Christopher R. von Rueden, Sarah Alami, Hillard Kaplan, Michael Gurven

“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 

Thad Williamson

“The Almost Inevitable Failure of Justice,” The Boston Review
    Thad Williamson

“'Everybody's Got to Wonder What's the Matter With This Cruel World Today?' Social Consciousness and Political Commentary in 'Love and Theft' and Modern Times,” in Tearing the World Apart: Bob Dylan and the 21st Century, Nina Gross and Eric Hoffman (Eds)
    Thad Williamson