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A critical review of the debate over the still-hypothetical possibility of prenatal intervention by parents to select the sexual orientation of their children.
Leading scholars respond to the famous proposition by Andy Clark and David Chalmers that cognition and mind are not located exclusively in the head.
The Sociocultural Basis of Understanding Reasons
An argument that challenges the dominant “theory theory” and simulation theory approaches to folk psychology by claiming that our everyday understanding of intentional actions done for reasons is acquired by exposure to and engaging in specific kinds of narratives.
How Science Constructs Contraceptive Users and Women's Bodies
The biography of a multifaceted technological object, the IUD, illuminates how political contexts shaped contraceptive development, marketing, use, and users.
The Comparative Politics of Climate Change
Comparative case studies and analyses of the influence of domestic politics on countries’ climate change policies and Kyoto ratification decisions.
An examination of three major trends in global governance, exemplified by developments in transnational environmental rule-setting.
Vol. 3 (2003) through current issue
Global Environmental Politics examines the relationship between global political forces and environmental change, with particular attention given to the implications of local-global interactions for environmental management as well as the implications of environmental change for world politics. Contributions to the journal come from across the disciplines including political science, international relations, sociology, history, human geography, public policy, science and technology studies, environmental ethics, law, economics, and environmental science.
Making and Keeping New Industries in the United States
An examination of the politics of green jobs that foresees a potential ideological shift away from neoliberalism toward “developmentalism.”