Article discusses the importance of valuing an alternative, ecological, aesthetic and post-modern-exotic hermeneutic in viewing Latin America, and discusses the colonial impression of a "exotic" Latin America.
Article on the change in land-human relationships in Central Appalachia through the lens of the coal economy and food. The coal energy economy was not only made possible through various technological innovations in production and consumption, but also by certain social relations and political structures. In spite of the rapid disintegration of the coal economy, the popularity of the slogan “Coal Feeds My Family" still remains.
Article describes study which identified overlapping geographic clusters of food insecurity and health across U.S. counties to identify potential shared mechanisms for geographic disparities in health and food insecurity.
This article examines the utility of the Self-Report Psychopathy-Short Form (SRP-SF) to assess psychopathic traits in female offenders and to test gender-based item modifications. While both the standard SRP-SF and the Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R) were adequate, the modified items added robustness to representation of psychopathic features.
October 11, 2018
León Mayer, Elizabeth; Rocuant Salinas, Joanna; Eisenbarth, Hedwig; Folino, Jorge O. & Neumann, Craig S.
This article, proposes a categorical time-varying coefficient translog cost function, where each coefficient is expressed as a nonparametric function of a categorical time variable, thereby allowing each time period to have its own set of coefficients.
This article shows how Bergson's notions of variable lived space and the dynamic character of physical matter could lead to theories of fractal dimension and theories of the creation and expansion of matter.
Gunter, P. A. Y. (Pete Addison Y.), 1936-
This article examines how in the course of his life Darwin transformed his initial judgments about the Fuegian people, and how this change of judgment is associated with the maturation of his concepts to forget the theory of human evolution.
This article presents a new methodology and activity to foster an ecological understanding of biodiversity, as well as of biocultural conservation and ethics, which includes little, under-perceived, living-beings--such as bryophytes.
June 19, 2018
Lewis, Lily R.; Gottschalk-Druschke, Caroline; Saldías, Camila; Mackenzie, Roy; Malebrán, Javiera; Goffinet, Bernard et al.
This article describes the use of the metaphor "the eyes of the tree" to overcome limitations to the International Long-Term Ecological Research Network by integrating ecological, philosophical, and technological components.