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Trends. Psychology Of The Alienated And Political Violence, Editor Sep 2003

Trends. Psychology Of The Alienated And Political Violence, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This Trends article discusses alienation and the psychology of the alienated in literature (Camus and Dostoevsky) and society.


9/11 As Anything, Something, Or Nothing: One Year After, Editor Sep 2002

9/11 As Anything, Something, Or Nothing: One Year After, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes political psychological Issues bearing on the first anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks within the United States.


Trends. Medicalizing Terrorism As Part Of The Solution Or Part Of The Problem: More On The Moussaoui Case, Editor Aug 2002

Trends. Medicalizing Terrorism As Part Of The Solution Or Part Of The Problem: More On The Moussaoui Case, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the context of the medicalization of psychology, using the case of Zacarias Moussaoui and the 9/11 terrorist attacks as context.


Trends. Facts And Conclusions In The Mideast, Editor May 2002

Trends. Facts And Conclusions In The Mideast, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses relations between Israelis and Palestinians, and a United Nations report involving the Jenin refugee camp.


Trends. Meanings And Words: Communication Catalysis And Reactivity In The Mideast, Editor Jul 2001

Trends. Meanings And Words: Communication Catalysis And Reactivity In The Mideast, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the nature of public discourse and fact construction in the context of the conflict between the state of Israel and the Palestinian National Authority.


The Psychology Of Tit For Tat In The Mideast And Throughout The World, Editor Jun 2001

The Psychology Of Tit For Tat In The Mideast And Throughout The World, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article analyzes the cognitive-behavioral heuristic of tit for tat as it applies to seemingly intractable political conflict.


Terrorism As Defense, Defense As Terrorism, Editor Apr 2001

Terrorism As Defense, Defense As Terrorism, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some definitional complexities of the construct terrorism.


Preventing Political Violence: Instincts And Their Vicissitudes, Editor Jul 2000

Preventing Political Violence: Instincts And Their Vicissitudes, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some of the implications of hypothesizing an aggression instinct for preventing political violence.


Transboundary Areas And Peace: Virtual Peace And Virtual Reality In The 21st Century, Editor Jun 2000

Transboundary Areas And Peace: Virtual Peace And Virtual Reality In The 21st Century, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article outlines a conceptual structure for developing knowledge and assessing the impact that transboundary areas may have on Issues of war and peace. This structure is based on the constructs of virtual peace and virtual reality. Also, this structure can be used by psychologists and other researchers, political leaders and policymakers, and citizens throughout the world committed to a world with more peace and less war.


Killing Terrorists: A Policy Dilemma, Editor Mar 2000

Killing Terrorists: A Policy Dilemma, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article explores difficulties in defending a policy for sentencing terrorists with capital punishment.


Abortion As Killing By The Numbers: An Immoral Approach To Sanctioning Political Violence, Editor Feb 2000

Abortion As Killing By The Numbers: An Immoral Approach To Sanctioning Political Violence, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article critiques one quantitative approach to morally supporting violence tolerated and/or approved by a formally constituted authority.


Democracy, Political Violence, And The Problem Of We, Editor Nov 1999

Democracy, Political Violence, And The Problem Of We, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes an unsavory aspect of representative democracy that is less explored than most of its putative benefits.


The Terror Of Terrorism: Implications For Government Policy, Editor Nov 1999

The Terror Of Terrorism: Implications For Government Policy, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article critiques common definitions of terrorism and suggests that such definitions support the power of the powerful against the power of the powerless.


Are There Differences Between Open And Closed Minds?, Editor Aug 1999

Are There Differences Between Open And Closed Minds?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article outlines the case for significant congruence between open and closed minds as hypothetical constructs applied to ideological conflict in a political environment.


Comments On Political Violence, Peace Activism, And Mythopoeic Historiography, Editor Aug 1999

Comments On Political Violence, Peace Activism, And Mythopoeic Historiography, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes how various conceptions of history can significantly precipitate and nourish political violence--and yield a frustrating agenda for the peace activist.


Comments On A Study Of Northern Irish Political Attitudes, Editor Oct 1998

Comments On A Study Of Northern Irish Political Attitudes, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article provides a commentary on the recent development of a set of objective measures of political attitudes among residents of Northern Ireland. The article is a continuation of a series on research that was presented at the 1998 American Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco, California.


When Political Violence Stops: The Problem Of Psychosocial Reconstruction In The Third World, Editor Sep 1998

When Political Violence Stops: The Problem Of Psychosocial Reconstruction In The Third World, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article continues the IBPP series on research presented at the 1998 American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, California. The article is based on a presentation by IBPP Editor Cristina J. Montiel at the symposium--"After the Fighting Stops-Psychosocial Intervention and Reconciliation"-- that was co-chaired by Dr. Corann Okorodudu, Rowan University, and Anne Anderson, Psychologists for Social Responsibility.


Trends. The July 26 Elections: Ignoring The Political Psychology Of Cambodia, Editor Jul 1998

Trends. The July 26 Elections: Ignoring The Political Psychology Of Cambodia, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the upcoming, July 26, 1998, Cambodian election.


Trends. From The Wretched Of The Earth To The Power Of The Weak: An Example From Indonesia, Editor May 1998

Trends. From The Wretched Of The Earth To The Power Of The Weak: An Example From Indonesia, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the impact of globalization on the poor.


Psychological Profiles And Illegal Political Violence: A Commentary Mar 1998

Psychological Profiles And Illegal Political Violence: A Commentary

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article provides guidance as to the nature of psychological profiles that best facilitate predicting, preventing, and attenuating illegal political violence.