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Trends. When Governments Want Government To Change, Editor Oct 2002

Trends. When Governments Want Government To Change, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This Trends article discusses regime change in Germany and Iraq in a political psychological context.


Thinking About Thinking In An Era Of Globalization: Implications For International Security, Editor Oct 2002

Thinking About Thinking In An Era Of Globalization: Implications For International Security, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article identifies and critiques hypotheses concerning the impact of globalization on thinking and suggests consequences of thinking (reason, logic) as an epistemological tool of international security.


The Mind-Body Problem: A Tuberculosis/Tobacco Example, Editor May 2001

The Mind-Body Problem: A Tuberculosis/Tobacco Example, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article illustrates two conflicts between what is, perhaps, best for the mind and best for the body.


Nationalism In The People's Republic Of China: A Consequential Chameleon, Editor Sep 2000

Nationalism In The People's Republic Of China: A Consequential Chameleon, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes how nationalism among political leaders in the People's Republic of China (PRC) can be the linchpin of divergent views on the desirability of the PRC's future in a globalized economy.


Trends. Common Currency On Currency Interventions In A Global Economy: Psychological Considerations, Editor Sep 2000

Trends. Common Currency On Currency Interventions In A Global Economy: Psychological Considerations, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses government interventions in economies in the context of a global economy. While economists usually assume actors to be rational, the author notes that this may not be the case with human belief systems and actions.


The Public Psychologies Of Terrorism: An Example From France, Editor Jul 2000

The Public Psychologies Of Terrorism: An Example From France, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes several hypothetical intrapsychic phenomena that may be activated to engender terrorist behavior after the publicization of a terrorist event.


Trends. Licit And Illicit Human Trafficking: The Ultimate Violation Of Human Rights, Editor Jul 2000

Trends. Licit And Illicit Human Trafficking: The Ultimate Violation Of Human Rights, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses human trafficking for economic reasons and its context.


The Political Psychology Of Embargoes: An Example From The Eritrean-Ethiopian War, Editor May 2000

The Political Psychology Of Embargoes: An Example From The Eritrean-Ethiopian War, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes psychological inferences embraced by supporters and opponents of embargoes as tools to prevent, end, or moderate political violence between nation-states.


Trends. The People's Republic Of China And Permanent Normal Trading Relations: A Run-Up And Aftermath Of More Smoke Than Fire?, Editor May 2000

Trends. The People's Republic Of China And Permanent Normal Trading Relations: A Run-Up And Aftermath Of More Smoke Than Fire?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the vote of the United States (US) House of Representatives to approve permanent normal trading relations (PTNR) with the People's Republic of China (PRC). Human rights violations are discussed.


Trends. History And The Consequences Of Political Boundaries In Africa, Editor Apr 2000

Trends. History And The Consequences Of Political Boundaries In Africa, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the inherited narrative of African political conflicts being supposedly based solely on the placement of post-colonial political boundaries.


Free Trade And Global Poverty: How Much Freedom?, Editor Apr 2000

Free Trade And Global Poverty: How Much Freedom?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some psychological elements linking constructs of free trade and goals and efforts to reduce poverty in today's era of globalization.


The Global Poverty Of Shame As A Change Agent In Global Poverty, Editor Apr 2000

The Global Poverty Of Shame As A Change Agent In Global Poverty, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article explores the problems in employing shame as a change agent in the political world.


Trends. Altruism As Egoism In International Trade Policy: Some Strange Bedfellows, Editor Apr 2000

Trends. Altruism As Egoism In International Trade Policy: Some Strange Bedfellows, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the tenuous nature of political cooperation between advocates of trade unionism and environmentalism.


Trends. Money Talks, Nobody Walks I: The International Monetary Fund And The World Bank, Editor Mar 2000

Trends. Money Talks, Nobody Walks I: The International Monetary Fund And The World Bank, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the economic activities of the World Bank, the IMF, and a United States Congressional commission that critiqued their operations.


Trends. Money Walks, Nobody Talks Ii: United States Trade With Sub-Saharan Africa, Editor Mar 2000

Trends. Money Walks, Nobody Talks Ii: United States Trade With Sub-Saharan Africa, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the stance of the United States Business and Industry Council against a trade bill designed to facilitate sub-Saharan apparel exports to the United States.


Military Arms To Taiwan: Competing Agendas, Editor Mar 2000

Military Arms To Taiwan: Competing Agendas, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article explores competing cognitions about the advisability of the United States Government (USG) selling advanced weapons to Taiwan.


Globalization Scripts: Dissension Among Global Actors, Editor Feb 2000

Globalization Scripts: Dissension Among Global Actors, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article identifies conflictual cognitions about a globalizing economy that generate conflictual behaviors about this economy.


Foreign Policy And Language: United States Economic Sanctions Against North Korea, Editor Sep 1999

Foreign Policy And Language: United States Economic Sanctions Against North Korea, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article analyzes two elements of language that frequent the discourse on United States foreign policy towards the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. The analysis bears on the consequences of language for policy.


From The Ibpp Research Associates. Brazil: Rafael Raffaelli, Rafael Raffaelli - Universidade Federal De Santa Catarina, Katie Colberg - Global Network Initiative Feb 1999

From The Ibpp Research Associates. Brazil: Rafael Raffaelli, Rafael Raffaelli - Universidade Federal De Santa Catarina, Katie Colberg - Global Network Initiative

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article is an e-mail interview with Dr. Rafael Raffaelli who is affiliated with Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil.


From The Ibpp Research Associates. Brazil: Louise Madeira, Louise Madeira Jan 1999

From The Ibpp Research Associates. Brazil: Louise Madeira, Louise Madeira

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author, a psychologist working in Brazil, discusses the Brazilian Economic Crisis.


From The Ibpp Research Associates. Brazil: Agnaldo Garcia, Agnaldo Garcia Jan 1999

From The Ibpp Research Associates. Brazil: Agnaldo Garcia, Agnaldo Garcia

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The article discusses current international headlines from Brazil focusing on macroeconomic Issues, the following data pertains to events "on the ground."


Trends. Bailing Out Of A Bailout: The Case Of Brazil, Editor Nov 1998

Trends. Bailing Out Of A Bailout: The Case Of Brazil, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses international bailouts that are dependent on behavioral promises.


The United States House Of Representatives And The International Monetary Fund: Cognitions And Miscognitions, Editor Jul 1998

The United States House Of Representatives And The International Monetary Fund: Cognitions And Miscognitions, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article provides a brief cognitive analysis of rationales for not supporting the allocation of $18 billion to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).


Cognitive Complexity And The International Monetary Fund: An $18 Billion Question May 1998

Cognitive Complexity And The International Monetary Fund: An $18 Billion Question

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes two common political positions on the Clinton Administration's proposal to allocate an additional $18 billion to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and then offers a less common position. The three positions may be differentiated by the psychological construct of cognitive complexity.


From The Ibpp Research Associates. Brazil: Rafael Raffaelli. Part I, Rafael Raffaelli, Katie Colberg Jan 1998

From The Ibpp Research Associates. Brazil: Rafael Raffaelli. Part I, Rafael Raffaelli, Katie Colberg

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

Dr. Rafaelli is affiliated with Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC)--Federal University of Santa Catarina--which is located on Santa Catarina Island in Southern Brazil. His current research interests include the (1) representation of nature in the arts and (2) philosophy and implications of representation in the current social and psychological conceptions of environment leading to political action. Dr. Raffaelli also is affiliated with a doctoral program in the above areas. The author discusses the current economics crisis in Brazil.


Trends. Globalization As Old Wine In New Bottles: The 30th Anniversary Of The Association Of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean), Editor Dec 1997

Trends. Globalization As Old Wine In New Bottles: The 30th Anniversary Of The Association Of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean), Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the new era of globalization.


Euro-Psychology: When Money Is More Than Money Oct 1997

Euro-Psychology: When Money Is More Than Money

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some psychological roles of money and the import of these roles for domestic and international economics. The coming of the euro is used as an example.


Trends. The Imf, The World Bank, And Throwing The Scoundrels Out: Who Are The Scoundrels? Aug 1997

Trends. The Imf, The World Bank, And Throwing The Scoundrels Out: Who Are The Scoundrels?

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the ins and outs of the IMF and World Bank.


Theory And Practice In The Career Of Fernando Henrique Cardoso: Part Iii, Editor Jul 1997

Theory And Practice In The Career Of Fernando Henrique Cardoso: Part Iii, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This is the third and final installment of an article which provides an analysis of an individual accomplished as a scholar of politics (through sociology) and a formal politician. The author is Dr. Ted Goertzel of Rutgers University. He can be reached at goertzel@crab.rutgers.edu.


Cleavages Of Political Values Among Generations In Brazil, Editor Jul 1997

Cleavages Of Political Values Among Generations In Brazil, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article was written by Professor of Psychology Fabián Echegaray, Professor of Sociology Paulo Krischke, and Director of Institutional Ethics Aluir Toso. All three researchers are at the Universidad Federal de Santa Cantarina. They posit and provide supporting theory and data that values which are postmaterialist (emphasizing psychological well-being and self-actualization) as opposed to materialist (emphasizing materialistic goods) are more likely to be displayed by younger than older Brazilians and by those with higher than lower social class. Thus older, lower class Brazilians will be most materialist and younger, higher class Brazilians will be most postmaterialist. The paper was presented ...