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psychology of nuclear conflict
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analyzing nuclear decisions by looking to the psychology of both the state and the individual. The psychology of the state is comprised of cultural, social, and political factors. Individual psychology will focus primarily on the leaders of states with regard to their . The lack of clarity around each country’s motivation, particularly the psychology of Kim Jong Un, leaves a grey area ripe for nuclear actors to mis-interpret each other’s signals of : Tim Fernholz.
Notes Toward A Psychology Of The Nuclear Age. By David Guy; Some of them had read the book. In times of stress and conflict — chronic conditions in the twentieth century — there have always been those who think that the first step is to arm yourself to the teeth, to pile up enough weapons so that the enemy can hardly see you. File:MK6 TITAN Nuclear war or Nuclear warfare, or atomic warfare, is a military conflict or political strategy in which nuclear weapons are used. Compared to conventional warfare, nuclear warfare is vastly more destructive in range and extent of damage. A major nuclear exchange could have severe long-term effects, primarily from radiation release but also from possible atmospheric.
Psychology: en: fication: War: en: : Psychology and the Threat of Nuclear War: en: ance: Citation prepared by the Library and Information Services group of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University for the ETHXWeb database. en: ance. At the start of , nine states—the United States, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, China, India, Pakistan, Israel and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK, North Korea)—possessed approximately 13 nuclear weapons, of which were deployed with operational forces. Nearly of these are kept in a state of high operational alert.
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Though coming in at only pages (twenty of which are taken up by references and the index) the book provides a revealing analysis of the psychological aspects of any nuclear exchange upon the participants both military and civilian.
It is somewhat dated, having been originally published inand shows it with its focus on the cold war.4/5(1). Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Psychology of nuclear conflict. London: Coventure, (OCoLC) Document Type. Further, it will offer at least some hope that taking incremental steps towards abolishing nuclear weaponsmay keep us from destroying ourselves.
Clarity as to the evolution and nature of our nuclear nightmare is the first part of the journey. This book is a good first step.» (David E. Johnson, Concerned Philosophers for Peace Newsletter)Author: Ron Hirschbein.
Exploring the nature of nuclear war, this treatise examines human reaction to nuclear disaster and accidental explosions. The discussion is based on evidence of human fallibility that has emerged from the psychology of accidents and from research into decision-making in military and political contexts.
The Psychology of Nuclear Conflict. Creator. Fenton, Ian. Bibliographic Citation. London, England: Coventure, p. Permanent Link Find in a Library Nuclear Power: Psychology and Statistics Annas, George J.
() Related Items in Google. Initial fears concerned the risk that a political crisis between the Superpowers would escalate through miltary confrontation into a 'calculated' nuclear war.
Another scenario pictured a new Hitler commanding a nuclear-capable state prepared to use such weapons 'irrationally', possibly sparking a 'catalytic' nuclear war between the major Powers. As I argue in my book The Psychology of Nuclear Proliferation, the fundamental reason why so many leaders have avoided making clear decisions to go for the bomb is the difficulty of knowing what such a revolutionary act would bring for them and their countries.
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What is Peace Psychology the Psychology of. Daniel J. Christie∗ Ohio State University Peace psychology emerged as a distinct area of research and practice during the Cold War, when the preeminent concern was the prevention of nuclear war.
Now global in scope, the focal concerns of peace psychologists are nuanced by geo-File Size: KB. The Peace Psychology Book Series recognizes that the emerging and multi-faceted problems of human security challenge us as scholars and activists to develop psychologically-informed theory that will deepen our understanding of the major threats to human security, and create practices that will help us address some of the most urgent and.
Such nuclear brinksmanship hasn’t been seen since the twilight of the Cold War. For the first time in at least a generation, Americans are confronting not only the possibility of a nuclear attack, but also a 24/7 news cycle transfixed by that possibility.
Some Issues in Nuclear Psychology This is an excellent introduction to the field of peace and conflict studies.
The book not only has valuable research from the field of peace and conflict studies, but clearly explains what the field is, how it differs from program to program, and what is generally covered in the scope of the field. The Benjamin Franklin Effect: The Surprising Psychology of How to Handle Haters one of the best psychology books of McRaney, with his signature fusion of intelligent irreverence and irreverent intelligence, writes in the introduction: You can see the proof in an MRI scan of someone presented with political opinions that conflict.
Books shelved as nuclear-war: Alas, Babylon by Pat Frank, On the Beach by Nevil Shute, The Compound by S.A. Bodeen, Z for Zachariah by Robert C. O'Brien. The book was time-sensitive in that she, other contributors, and interested publishers felt an urgency to get the book into the hands of the public and governmental powers-that-be as soon possible.
Psychological Aspects of Nuclear War Hardcover – 3 April human fallibility and the risk of accidental nuclear explosion; and conflict and negotiations'. This book is the result and is intended as an objective review of knowledge and experience related to these issues. out of 5 stars A slim but illuminating work of psychology 4/5(1).
Systematic studies are emerging on the prevailing harmful psychological effect of the threat of nuclear war. The most recent surveys have identified populations which are particularly vulnerable. Anxiety was found to be a factor in criminal behavior, and threat of nuclear war to be a factor in : Kiraly Sj.
This is a list of books about nuclear are non-fiction books which relate to uranium mining, nuclear weapons and/or nuclear power. American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer (); The Angry Genie: One Man's Walk Through the Nuclear Age (); The Atom Besieged: Extraparliamentary Dissent in France and Germany ().
With “The Psychology of Nuclear Restraint,” Jacques Hymans makes a strong contribution to understanding the meaning of nuclear if human beings want to keep considering the meaning of anything, we have to change the status quo and construct mechanisms that reliably and permanently prevent the threat of nuclear t approaches to preventing nuclear.
Recent Books on Nuclear Strategy. which simulated a nuclear conflict. The Soviets feared that the exercise was a cover for the real thing. Ambinder focuses on concerns both countries held about the integrity of their nuclear command-and-control arrangements.
When Proliferation Causes Peace: The Psychology of Nuclear Crises. By Michael D.Theories in Conflict Management. Book January Our world is in a deep, prolonged crisis. The threat of global nuclear war, the chronic condition of local wars, the imperilled Author: Emmanuel Remi Aiyede.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
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