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Brubaker, C., J. Ruthman, and J. Walloch. “The Usefulness of Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) to Nursing Students in the Clinical Setting: A Pilot Study.” NLN Perspectives 30, no. 6 (November 2009): 390–392.

Philosophy and Religious Studies

Niculescu, Mihai V. The Spell of the Logos: Origen’s Exegetic Pedagogy in the Contemporary Debate Regarding Logocentrism. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2009.

Niculescu writes about Origen of Alexandria, a Greek Patristic author, in his latest publication, The Spell of the Logos: Origen’s Exegetic Pedagogy in the Contemporary Debate Regarding Logocentrism. The book follows the path of Origen’s views, proposes critical theories, and asks thought-provoking questions about religion and what Origen calls the “Word.” Origen assumed humanity’s wish for salvation was answered by a heavenly “Word.” The “Word” is a chronology of events, a method of spreading the good news, and a way to receive salvation.

This book gives an in-depth description of Origen’s understanding of religion and details a current dilemma about the potential of Origen’s Logos-centered views of the past.


Zaborowski, Jason R. “From Coptic to Arabic in Medieval Egypt.” Medieval Encounters 14, no. 1 (2008): 15–40.


Hsu, J.-C., C.-C. Lee, H.-L. Chen, C.-C. Kuo, and P.W. Wang. “Investigation of Thin TiO2 Films Cosputtered with Si Species.” Applied Surface Science 255, no. 9 (2009): 4852–4858.

Lin, Yung-Hsin, Jin-Cherng Hsu, Yi Ding, and Paul W. Wang. “Optical Properties of High Transmittance Aluminum Oxynitride Thin Films for Spectral Range from Near Ultraviolet to Visible.” Optical Review 16, no. 3 (May 2009): 400–403.

Wall, D., S. Sindermann, K.R. Roos, M. Horn-Von Hoegen, and F.-J. Meyer Zu Heringdorf. “The Influence of Anisotropic Diffusion on Ag Nanowire Formation.” Journal of Physics Condensed Matter 21, no. 31 (2009), article no. 314023, doi: 10.1088/0953-8984/21/31/314023.

Political Science

Babst, Gordon A., Emily R. Gill, and Jason Pierceson, editors. Moral Argument, Religion, and Same-Sex Marriage: Advancing the Public Good. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2009.

Curtis, Craig. “Car Stereos and the Criminal Sanction: The Dangers of Too Much Social Control.” New Political Science 31, no. 3 (September 2009): 273–289.

Gill, Emily R. “Coercion, Neutrality, and Same-Sex Marriage.” Coercion and the State, edited by David A. Reidy and Walter J. Riker. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, 2008: 115–127.

———. “The Religion Clauses and Same-Sex Marriage.” Moral Argument, Religion, and Same-Sex Marriage: Advancing the Public Good, edited by Gordon A. Babst, Emily R. Gill, and Jason Pierceson. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2009: 51–73.

Gill, Emily R. “The First Amendment, Varieties of Neutrality, and Same-Sex Marriage.” Politics and Religion, journal of the Religion and Politics Section of the American Political Science Association 2, no. 3 (December 2009): 353–377.

Principled Leadership in Public Service, Institute for

Scroggs, L.E., Joan L. Sattler, and Brad McMillan. “The Undergraduate Leadership Mosaic: A Challenge of Shared Purpose.” Journal of Leadership Education, 8 no. 1 (2009) 48–59.


Jonason, P.K., N.P. Li, G.D. Webster, and D.P. Schmitt. “The Dark Triad: Facilitating a Short-Term Mating Strategy in Men.” European Journal of Personality 23, no. 1 (2009): 5–18.

Kennair, L.E.O., D.P. Schmitt, Y.L. Fjeldavli, and S.K. Harlem. “Sex Differences in Sexual Desires and Attitudes in Norwegian Samples.” Interpersona 3, suppl. 1 (June 2009): 1–32.

Kuhle, B.X., K.D. Smedley, and D.P. Schmitt. “Sex Differences in the Motivation and Mitigation of Jealously-Induced Interrogations.” Personality and Individual Differences 46, no. 4 (2009): 499–502.

Quinn, D.M., and S.R. Chaudoir. “Living with a Concealable Stigmatized Identity: The Impact of Anticipated Stigma, Centrality, Salience, and Cultural Stigma on Psychological Distress and Health.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 97, no. 4 (2009): 634–651.

Roberts, Dawn C., and Danielle Black. “Comparison of Interventions to Reduce Sun Exposure.” Behavioral Medicine 35, no. 2 (2009): 67–78.

Schmitt, D.P., G. Youn, B. Bond, S. Brooks, H. Frye, S. Johnson, J. Klesman, C. Peplinski, J. Sampias, M. Sherrill, and C. Stoka. “When Will I Feel Love? The Effects of Culture, Personality, and Gender on the Psychological Tendency to Love.” Journal of Research in Personality, 43, no. 5 (2009): 830–846.


Hogan, Jackie. Gender, Race and National Identity: Nations of Flesh and Blood. New York: Routledge, 2009. See page 36.

Gender, Race and National Identity: Nations of Flesh and Blood studies the relationship between gender, race, and national identity in the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, and Australia. Stories about a nation’s history, its future, and its identity carry underlying messages about race and gender. Hogan’s book examines discourses of national identity in the four nations by analyzing texts such as television advertisements, war coverage, Olympic opening ceremonies, letters
to the editor, tourism promotions, and museums. Hogan argues that narratives of national identity not only reflect long-standing social inequalities, but they have the potential to challenge or
reinforce such inequalities.


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