6 edition of International conflict and behavioral science found in the catalog.
International conflict and behavioral science
Roger Drummer Fisher
|Other titles||The Craigville papers.|
|Statement||Roger Fisher, editor.|
|Contributions||American Academy of Arts and Sciences|
|LC Classifications||D843 .F55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 290 p.|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||64016172|
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International Conflict: Logic and Evidence is based on the premise that proper understanding of international conflict – a necessary prerequisite for achieving peace – can come only from logic and evidence, not from opinion and anecdote.
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C.D. Goodwin, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2 International Conflict and Comparative Economic Systems. After the problems of economic development in poor countries, international conflict has been the second major stimulus for economists to attend to international and area studies.
A behavioral science perspective on the study of war and peace. In: In R. Jessor (Ed.), Perspectives on behavioral science: The Colorado lectures. In: In R. Jessor (Ed.), Perspectives on behavioral science: The Colorado lectures.
Conflict models are based on both unconditioned and conditioned behaviors, and vary considerably in their behavioral sophistication.
The simplest test is the examination of general behavior in a novel arena: locomotor activity is usually increased by anxiolytic drugs (e.g., Blumstein & Crawley, ). However, this test is of limited value.
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It considers recent applications of familiar conflict management strategies, such as the use of threats of force. Table of Contents Preface ix 1 Conflict Resolution in a Changing World 1 Traditional and Emerging Strategies for International Conflict Resolution 3 What Works in a Changed World.
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While conflict and cooperation are part of the same process (the conflict helix), 22 at the manifest level for the society as a whole, cooperation and conflict behavior will appear uncorrelated.
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In the National Research Council organized the Committee on International Conflict Resolution to respond to a growing need for prevention, management, and resolution of violent conflicts in the international arena; a concern about the changing nature and context of such conflicts in the post-Cold War era; and a need to expand knowledge in the field.
Armed with these sorts of insights, a new behavioral revolution has swept across the social sciences in the last few decades.7 With origins in psychology, of course, psychological models have fueled the dramatic growth of behavioral economics and are now gaining traction in political science as well.8 The defining characteristic.
Building on recent scholarship on reputation in international politics, this article argues that, because reputation for resolve cannot form in international conflicts due to anarchy, politicians’ persistent belief in the value of reputation for resolve is merely a cult of by: In The Behavioral Origins of War, D.
Scott Bennett and Allan C. Stam analyze systemic, binary, and individual factors in order to evaluate a wide variety of theories about the origins of war. Challenging the view that theories of war are nothing more than competing explanations for observed behavior, this expansive study incorporates variables from multiple theories and thus accounts for war.