A new issue of Integral Review is online and free to read. This issue features articles by Sara Nora Ross, Bonnitta Roy, and a book review by Zak Stein. An article by Kevin J. Bowman, "Correcting Improper Uses of Perspectives, Pronouns, and Dualities in Wilberian Integral Theory: An Application of Holarchical Field Theory," sounds particularly interesting.
Volume 10, No. 1
PageLinks EditorialJonathan Reams Peer Reviewed
The Complexity of the Practice of Ecosystem-Based ManagementVerna G. DeLauer, Andrew A. Rosenberg, Nancy C. Popp, David R. Hiley, and Christine Feurt
Correcting Improper Uses of Perspectives, Pronouns, and Dualities in Wilberian Integral Theory: An Application of Holarchical Field TheoryKevin J. Bowman Beyond Social Exchange Theory: An Integrative Look at TranscendentMental Models for EngagementLatha Poonamallee and Sonia Goltz 63 A Developmental Behavioral Analysis of Dual Motives’ Role in Political Economies of CorruptionSara Nora Ross 91 Editorially Reviewed A Brief Overview of Developmental Theory, or What I Learned in the FOLA CourseJonathan Reams 122 An Exploration of the Meaning-making of Vehement Hardliners in Controversial Social Issues: Reactions to Youth Unrest in Suburbs of Gothenburg Sweden.Thomas Jordan 154 Book Review: On Spiritual Books and their Readers: A Review of Radical Kabbalah by Marc Gafni, 2012Reviewed by Zachary Stein 168 Book Review: Business Secrets of the Trappist Monks: One CEO's Quest for Meaning and Authenticity, by August Turak, 2013Reviewed by Jonathan Reams 179 Born in the Middle: The Soteriological Streams of Integral Theory and Meta-RealityBonnitta Roy 187