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Measuring Illegal and Legal Corruption in American States: Some Results from the Corruption in America Survey

Measuring Illegal and Legal Corruption in American States: Some Results from the Corruption in America Survey by Oguzhan Dincer and Michael Johnston December 1, 2014, Harvard University Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics Although corruption is not endemic in America as it is in several other countries, it does exist. According to the Justice Department, in the last two […]

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Hospitality and Hostility in Genesis 19 and Judges 19

HOSPITALITY AND HOSTILITY IN GENESIS 19 AND JUDGES 19 VICTOR H. MATTHEWS Click Here to download the full study Based upon the protocol of hospitality customs outlined in my study of Judges 4 (BTB 21:1 [Spring, 1991], 13-21; see CHART at end of this article), it seems evident that the writer(s) of Genesis 19 and Judges […]

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Parenting by The Clock: The Best-Interest-Of-The-Child Standard, Judicial Discretion, And the American Law Institute’s “Approximation Rule

PARENTING BY THE CLOCK: THE BEST-INTEREST-OF-THE-CHILD STANDARD, JUDICIAL DISCRETION, AND THE AMERICAN LAW INSTITUTE’S APPROXIMATION RULE Richard A. Warshak Clinical Professor of Psychology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Click Here to download the full Study