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Case managers' and clients' perspectives on a representative payee program.
It is suggested that both mental health professionals and clients value the representative payee process as helpful in improving outcomes, although the benefits of the arrangement may be more evident with time and experience.
Thinking Historically
Skinnerian approaches to political thinking strictly bifurcate “past” and “present.” I argue that this is a simplistic understanding of political time—one sustainable only within a worldview where
Trade Secrets: Intersections between Diasporas and Crime Groups in the Constitution of the Human Trafficking Chain
Human trafficking is an old, but increasingly complex, phenomenon. In an age of globalization and transnationalism, demand for cheap labour and services fuels a trade deeply rooted in different
The Abstract Wild:
  • J. Turner
  • Engineering
    The Abstract Wild
  • 21 December 2021
If anything is endangered in America it is our experience of wild nature--gross contact. There is knowledge only the wild can give us, knowledge specific to it, knowledge specific to the experience
The role of the psychologist in crisis/hostage negotiations.
The goal of crisis/Hostage negotiation is defined, the history of hostage taking from biblical times to the present is reviewed, the utilization of psychologists and other mental health consultants by police crisis/hostage negotiation teams are reviewed, and the four roles and related functions of psychologists on crisis/ hostage negotiation Teams are discussed.
American Individualism and Structural Injustice: Tocqueville, Gender, and Race
American individualist ideology facilitates structural injustice. Through an analysis of Alexis de Tocqueville on individualism, gender domination, and white supremacy in the United States, this
Spice: The History of a Temptation
A brilliant, original history of the spice trade-and the appetites that fueled it. It was in search of the fabled Spice Islands and their cloves that Magellan charted Thus similar to convey the text
  • J. Turner
  • Philosophy
    Modern Intellectual History
  • 28 July 2011
John Locke was considerably interested and actively involved in the promotion of Protestant Christianity among American Indians and African slaves, yet this fact goes largely unremarked in historical
Reconstructing liberalism: Charles Mills’ unfinished project
The political theory of Charles W. Mills seeks simultaneously to expose liberalism's complicity with white supremacy and to transform liberalism into a source of antiracist political critique. This
Awakening to Race: Individualism and Social Consciousness in America
The election of America's first black president has led many to believe that race is no longer a real obstacle to success and that remaining racial inequality stems largely from the failure of