3 edition of social psychology of war and peace found in the catalog.
social psychology of war and peace
Mark Arthur May
by Published for the Institute of human relations by Yale University Press, H. Milford, Oxford University Press in New Haven, London
Written in English
Includes bibliographical footnotes and index.
|Statement||by Mark A. May.|
|Contributions||Yale University. Institute of Human Relations.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii p., 1 l., 284 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||284|
Focusing on the factors that shape relationships between countries and that make war or peace more likely, this collection of articles by top scholars explores such key topics as dangerous dyads, alliances, territorial disputes, rivalry, arms races, democratic peace, trade, international organizations, territorial peace, and nuclear weapons. War and Peace. As the title of the novel War and Peace () by the 19th century Russian writer Leo Tolstoy promises, the book develops in two dimensions. The 'war' dimension relates to the
It is clear that peace psychologists have the potential to make valuable contributions to more peaceful and equitable relations among groups; of particular value is their emphasis on achieving positive peace (defined by such characteristics as social justice and respect for human rights) rather than just an end to armed conflict (i.e., settling. Book Chapters and Other Publications. Hoffman, T. (). A course on children and war. Paper presented at the meetings of the Division of Peace Psychology, at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.
community - based; activism, psychology of social.) Lewin was particularly interested in using action research to understand and address prejudices such as the anti - Semitism that had claimed his mother ’ s life. To that The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology, First Edition, Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Edited by Daniel J. Christie. This chapter begins by discussing the ethics of war, as exemplified by the development of the nation state system of Europe, and then considers Kant's thoughts about war in. Here Kant offers an account of the emerging order he thought might create a more lasting peace. Though often identified as a pacifist, he believed that war could not be abolished, although he sought to make war less.
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