Works Cited and Further Readings – Public Policy

Abelson, Donald E. 2002. Do Think Tanks Matter? Assessing the Impact of Public Policy Institutes (Montreal, McGill-Queen’s University Press).

Bardach, Eugene. 2005. A Practical Guide for Policy Analysis: The Eightfold Path to More Effective Problem Solving (Washington, DC, C Q Press).

Beer, Samuel H. 1949. The City of Reason (Cambridge, Harvard University Press).

Boorsma, P., et al. (eds). 1997. Public Priority Setting: Rules and Costs (Boston, Kluwer).

Cauthen, Kenneth. 1987. The Passion for Equality (Totowa NJ, Rowman & Littfield).

Cicero. 1928. The Republic, in CICERO XVI DE RE PUBLICA DE LEGIBUS. Translated by Clinton Walker Keyes (Cambridge MA, Harvard University Press).

Cobb, John B., Jr. 1984. Jr. “Process View on Yin and Yang,” in Hanism as Korean Mind, edited by Sang Yil Kim and Young Chan Ro (Los Angeles, Eastern Academy of Human Sciences), 45-50. Reprinted from the Journal of Chinese Philosophy 6 (1977), 421-26.

Cobb, Jr., John B. 1993. “Alfred North Whitehead,” in Founders of Constructive Postmodern Philosophy, edited by David Ray Griffin, John B. Cobb, Jr., Marcus P. Ford, Pete A. Y. Gunter, and Peter Ochs (Albany, State University of New York Press Press).

Cobb, John B., Jr. 2002. Postmodernism and Public Policy: Reframing Religion, Culture, Education, Sexuality, Class, Race, Politics, and the Economy (Albany, State University of New York Press).

Copeland, Warren. 1994. And the Poor Get Welfare: The Ethics of Poverty in the United States (Nashville, TN, Abingdon/Washington, DC, The Churches’ Center for Public Policy).

D’Amato, Anthony. 1990. “Pragmatic Indeterminacy,” Northwestern University Law Review, 85, 148-89.

Daly, Herman E. and Cobb, John B., Jr. 1994 [1989]. For the Common Good: Redirecting the Economy Toward Community, the Environment, and a Sustainable Future (Boston, Beacon).

Deacon, Bob, with Hulse, Michelle and Stubbs, Paul. 1997. Global Social Policy: International Organizations and the Future of Welfare (Thousand Oaks, CA, SAGE).

Delgado, Richard. 1991. “Brewer’s Plea: Critical Thoughts on Common Sense,” Vanderbilt Law Review, 44, 1-14.

Dolbeare, Kenneth M. 1982. American Public Policy: A Citizen’s Guide (New York, McGraw-Hill).

Domhoff, G. William, Who Rules America? Power and Politics, 4th Ed. 2002. (Boston, McGraw Hill).

Dworkin, Ronald. 1986. Law’s Empire (Cambridge MA, Harvard University Press).

Dye, Thomas R. 1994. Politics in America (Englewood Cliffs NJ, Prentice-Hall).

Dye, Thomas R. 1995. Understanding Public Policy, 8th Ed. 1995. (Englewood Cliffs NJ, Prentice Hall).

Dye, Thomas R. 1995. Who’s Running America? 6th Ed. (Englewood Cliffs NJ, Prentice-Hall).

Forrester, Duncan. 1997. Christian Justice and Public Policy (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Fox, Charles J. and Miller, Hugh T. 1995. Postmodern Public Administration: Toward Discourse (Thousand Oaks CA, SAGE Publications).

Friedman, Murray. 2005. The Neoconservative Revolution … the Shaping of Public Policy (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press).

Frohnen, B., Beer, J. and Nelson, J. (eds.). 2006. American Conservatism: An Encyclopedia (Wilmington DE, Intercollegiate Studies Institute).

Gamwell, Franklin I. 2000a. Democracy on Purpose: Justice and the Reality of God (Washington D.C., Georgetown University Press).

Gamwell, Franklin I. 2000b. “The Purpose of Human Rights,” Process Studies, 29.2, 322-346. Reprinted in Mississippi College Law Review, 22, 239-61.

Gamwell, Franklin I. 2004. “Response to Douglas Sturm,” Process Studies, 33.2, 258-61.

Gilmore, Grant. 1977. The Ages of American Law (New Haven, Yale University Press).

Gooden, Robert. 1982. Political Theory and Public Policy (Chicago, University of Chicago).

Gould, Carol C. 1990 Rethinking Democracy: Freedom and Social Cooperation in Politics, Economy, and Society (New York, Cambridge University Press).

Grafton, Carl (ed.). 2005. Behavioral Study of Political Ideology and Public Policy Formation (Washington DC, University Press of America).

Griffin, David Ray, John B. Cobb, Jr., Richard A. Falk, and Catherine Keller. 2006. American Empire and the Commonwealth of God: A Political, Economic, Religious Statement by (Louisville/London, Westminster John Knox).

Griffin, David Ray. 1993. “Introduction to State University of New York Press Series in Constructive Postmodern Thought,” in Founders of Constructive Postmodern Philosophy, edited by David Ray Griffin, John B. Cobb, Jr., Marcus P. Ford, Pete A. Y. Gunter, and Peter Ochs (Albany, State University of New York Press Press).

Hart, H. L. A. 1994. The Concept of Law, 2nd Ed. (London, Clareton Press).

Issues for Debate in American Public Policy. 2006. (Washington DC, Congressional Quarterly).

James, William. 1948a. “Pragmatism’s Conception of Truth,” in Essays in Pragmatism, edited by Alburey Castell (New York, Hafner Press), 159-76.

James, William. 1948b. “The Moral Philosopher and the Moral Life,” in Essays in Pragmatism, edited by Alburey Castell (New York, Hafner Press), 65-87.

James, William. 1948c. “The Sentiment of Rationality,” in Essays in Pragmatism, edited by Alburey Castell (New York, Hafner Press), 3-36.

James, William. 1963. “The Meaning of Truth,” in Pragmatism and Other Essays (New York, Washington Square Press), 133-84.

James, William. 1996. “A World of Pure Experience,” in Essays in Radical Empiricism, edited by Ralph Barton Perry (Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press), 39-91.

Kaul, Inge, Isabelle Grunberg, and Marc A. Stern (eds.). 1999. Global Public Goods:International Cooperation in the 21st century (New York, Oxford University Press).

Kelman, Mark. 1987. A Guide to Critical Legal Studies (Cambridge MA, Harvard University Press).

Kingdon, John. 1984. Agendas, Alternatives and Public Policies (Boston, Little, Brown & Co.).

Kraft, M.E. and Furlong, S. R. 2004. Public Policy: Politics, Analysis, and Alternatives (Washington DC, CQ Press).

Kress, Ken. 1992. “Legal Indeterminacy and Legitimacy,” in Legal Hermeneutics: History, Theory, and Practice, edited by Gregory Leyh (Berkley, University of California Press).

Kruschke, Earl and Jackson, Byron. 1987. The Public Policy Dictionary (Santa Barbara CA, ABC-CLIO).

Lester, James P. and Stewart, Joseph. 1996. Public Policy: An Evolutionary Approach (Minneapolis/St. Paul MN, West Publishing).

Llewellyn, Karl. 1989. The Case Law System in America, translated by Michael Ansaldi, edited by Paul Gewirtz (Chicago, The University of Chicago Press).

Meyer, David, et al. (eds). 2005. Routing the Opposition: Social Movements, Public Policy, and Democracy (Minneapolis-St Paul, University of Minnesota Press).

Miller, Hugh T. 2002. Postmodern Public Policy (Albany, State University of New York Press Press).

Modak-Truran, Mark C. 1997. “Habermas’s Discourse Theory of Law and the Relationship Between Law and Religion”, Capital University Law Review, 26, 461-482.

Modak-Truran, Mark C. 1998. “The Religious Dimension of Judicial Decision Making and The De Facto Disestablishment,” Marquette Law Review­, 81, 255-288.

Modak-Truran, Mark C. 2000. “Corrective Justice and the Revival of Judicial Virtue,” Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities, 12, 249-298.

Modak-Truran, Mark C. 2001. “A Pragmatic Justification of the Judicial Hunch,” University of Richmond Law Review, 35, 55-89.

Modak-Truran, Mark C. 2003. “Reenchanting International Law,” Mississippi College Law Review, 22, 263-301.

Modak-Truran, Mark C. 2004. “Reenchanting the Law: The Religious Dimension of Judicial Decision Making,” Catholic University Law Review, 53, 709-816.

Montgomery, John D. and Dennis Rondinelli (eds.) 1995. Great Policies (Westport CT, Praeger).

Moore, Michael S. 1991-1992. “Moral Reality Revised,” Michigan Law Review, 90, 2424-2533.

Morris, Randall C. 2004. “Focus Introduction: Human Rights in a Process Perspective: Conversations with Douglas Sturm,” Process Studies, 32.2, 195-198.

Nagel, Stuart (ed). 1983. Encyclopedia of Policy Studies (New York, Marcel Dekker).

Noam Chomsky. 1987. The Chomsky Reader, edited by James Peck (New York, Pantheon).

Pickering, George W. 1988. “Property Rights: Another Relational Perspective,” in Economic Life: Process Interpretations and Critical Responses, edited by W. Widick Schroeder & Franklin I. Gamwell (Chicago, Center for the Scientific Study of Religion), 79-88.

Reinicke, Wolfgang. 1998.Global Public Policy (Washington DC, Brookings Institution).

Smith, Steven D. 2004. Law’s Quandary (Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press).

Solum, Lawrence B. 1996. “Indeterminacy,” in A Companion to Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory, edited by Dennis Patterson (Oxford, Blackwell Publishers), 488-502.

Stone, Deborah. 1997 [1988]. Policy Paradox: The Art of Political Decision Making (New York, W. W. Norton).

Stone, Diane, and Andrew Denham (eds.). 2004. Think Tank Traditions: Policy Research and the Politics of Ideas (Manchester, Manchester University Press).

Sturm, Douglas. 1988. “Property: A Relational Perspective in Economic Life: Process Interpretations and Critical Responses,” in Economic Life: Process Interpretations and Critical Responses, edited by W. Widick Schroeder & Franklin I. Gamwell (Chicago, Center for the Scientific Study of Religion), 29-77.

Sturm, Douglas. 1994. “The Idea of Human Rights: A Communitarian Perspective,” Process Studies, 23.4, 238-255.

Sturm, Douglas. 1998. Solidarity and Suffering: Toward a Politics of Relationality (Albany, State University of New York Press Press).

Sturm, Douglas. 2004. “Taking Human Rights Seriously: Relationality and Subjectivity,” Process Studies, 32.2, 237-257.

Tidmarsh, Jay. 1994. “A Process Theory of Torts,” Washington and Lee Law Review, 51, 1313-1428.

Tidmarsh, Jay. 1998. “Whitehead’s Metaphysics and the Law: A Dialogue,” Albany Law Review, 62, 1-90.

Unger, Roberto Mangabeira. “The Critical Legal Studies Movement,” Harvard Law Review, 96, 561-675.

VanHorn, Carl, et al. 1992. Politics and Public Policy (Washington DC, Congressional Quarterly Press).

Vogel, Howard J. 2001. “The Terrible Bind of the Lawyer in the Modern World: The Problem of Hope, the Question of Identity, and the Recovery of Meaning in the Practice of Law,” Seton Hall Law Review, 32, 152-189.

Vogel, Howard J. 2006a. “Reframing Rights from the Ground Up: The Contribution of the U.N. Law of Self-Determination to Recovering the Principle of Sociability on the Way to a Relational Theory of International Human Rights,Temple International & Comparative Law Journal 20.2, 443-497.

Vogel, Howard J. 2006b. “The Possibilities of American Constitutional Law in a Fractured World: A Relational Approach to Legal Hermeneutics,” University of Detroit Mercy Law Review, 83, 789-827.

Weber, Max. 1946. From Max Weber: Essays in Sociology, edited and translated by H. H. Gerth and C. Wright Mills (New York, Oxford University Press).

Weber, Max. 1958. The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, translated by Talcott Parsons (New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons).

West, Robin. 1988. “Jurisprudence and Gender,” University of Chicago Law Review, 55, 1-72.

Wilcox, Derk Arend, Joshua Shackman and Penelope Naas (eds.). 1993. The Right Guide: A Guide to Conservative and Right-of-Center Organizations (Ann Arbor MI, Economics America).

Wilcox, Derk Arend. 1996. The Left Guide: A Guide to Left-of-Center Organizations (Ann Arbor MI, Economics America).

Xie, Wenyu, Zhihe Wang, and George Derfer (eds.). 2005. Whitehead and China: Relevance and Relationships (Frankfurt, Ontos).


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