Assistant Professor of Psychology Patricia Rodriguez Mosquera was guest editor of a special issue of the journal Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, titled, “In the name of honor: On virtue, reputation, and violence.” The papers in the special issue illustrate the importance of honor in a variety of social-psychological processes, including morality, male violence, sexuality and gender, in-group identification, responses to devaluation, and biculturalism. Moreover, the papers expand and deepen our understanding of honor by presenting research on honor in a diverse array of groups (e.g. the military, law enforcement), relationship contexts (e.g. family relations, romantic relations) and countries (e.g. Afghanistan, Brazil, Canada, Estonia, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, Switzerland). The special issue is online at http://gpi.sagepub.com/content/vol16/issue3/?etoc
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by Olivia Drake •
Francisco Rodríguez, assistant professor of economics, assistant professor of Latin American studies, is the co-author of “Anarchy, State, and Dystopia: Venezuelan Economic Institutions before the Advent of Oil,” published in the Bulletin of Latin American Research 28(1), January 2009, pp. 102-21.
In addition, Rodríguez is the author of two book reviews in the December 2008 edition of the Journal of Economic Literature: “Free Trade Reimagined: The World Division of Labor and the Method of Economics by Roberto Mangabeira Unger,” and “A Year without ‘Made in China’: One Family’s True Life Adventure in the Global Economy by Sara Bongiorni.”
by Olivia Drake •
Francisco Rodriguez, assistant professor of economics, is the co-author of the article “Freed from Illiteracy? A Closer Look at Venezuela’s Misión Robinson Literacy Campaign,” which was published as the lead article in Economic Development and Cultural Change 57(1):1-30, October 2008.