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Volume 45, Number 4, July 2014

Table of Contents


Open Access Goals Revisited: How Green and Gold Open Access Are Meeting (or Not) Their Original Goals

pp. 321-335

Open Access in China: A Study of Social Science Journals

pp. 336-352

Remembering Irving Louis Horowitz

Remembering Irving Louis Horowitz (1929–2012): Introduction

pp. 353-355

The Great Encourager: Remembering Irving Louis Horowitz

pp. 355-361

Irving Louis Horowitz: Social Science as a Vocation

pp. 362-367

Personal Memories of the ‘Other’ Irving That I Knew

pp. 368-372

Taking Lives: An Intellectual Confronts the Problem of Genocide

pp. 373-379

Dreams as Nightmares: From Nazism and Communism to Behemoth: Irving Louis Horowitz, a Mensch for all Season

pp. 380-385

Philosophical Encounters in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 1958–1971

pp. 386-394

A Passionate and Critical Realist

pp. 395-399

Irving Louis Horowitz and Freedom Review

pp. 400-408

Book Reviews

Everyday Book Marketing: Promotion Ideas to Fit Your Regularly Scheduled Life by Midge Raymond (review)

pp. 409-413

Writing Science in Plain English by Anne E. Greene (review)

pp. 413-417

The Scholar’s Survival Manual: A Road Map for Students, Faculty, and Administrators by Martin H. Krieger (review)

pp. 418-423

Write edited by The Guardian (review)

pp. 424-426

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