6 edition of Behavior, Society, and Nuclear War found in the catalog.
December 13, 1990
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||Philip E. Tetlock (Editor), Jo L. Husbands (Editor), Robert Jervis (Editor), Paul C. Stern (Editor), Charles Tilly (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
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Behavior, Society, and Nuclear War assesses current knowledge to create a basis for new intellectual approaches to the subject of international security that are conceptually rigorous, theoretically eclectic, and methodologically self-conscious.
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A collection of essays that reviews current knowledge a /5(4). The second volume of Behavior, Society, and Nuclear War addresses the potential causes of nuclear war within the context of this changing political landscape. As in the first volume of this series, leading scholars review specific behavioral and social phenomena and processes that may be critical in determining war and peace--how foreign policy Format: Paperback.
Get this from Society library. Behavior, society, and nuclear war. [Philip E Tetlock; National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Contributions of Behavioral and Social Science to the Prevention of Nuclear War.; National Research Council (U.S.).
Committee on. BOOK REVIEW Behavior, Society, and Nuclear And Nuclear War book, volumes I and II. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, and By Philip E. Tetlock, Jo L. Hus-bands, Robert Jervis, Paul Stem, and Charles Tilly, eds. These volumes are the fruit of the National Research Council's decision in to create a committee to address the risks of.
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