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1998

Globalization

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Trends. Necessity As The Mother Of Invention: International Crime In An Era Of Globalization, Editor May 1998

Trends. Necessity As The Mother Of Invention: International Crime In An Era Of Globalization, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses how the increasing reach and efficiency of telecommunications and mass transport in an era of globalization pose new opportunity for international crime.


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.


Trends. Globalization: The Ethnopsychological Shortfall In Negotiations On Weapons Nonproliferation, Editor Mar 1998

Trends. Globalization: The Ethnopsychological Shortfall In Negotiations On Weapons Nonproliferation, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses increasing interdependence that comes with globalization.


Trends. Globalization: Good News For The Militarily, Environmentally, And Economically Challenged, Editor Mar 1998

Trends. Globalization: Good News For The Militarily, Environmentally, And Economically Challenged, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

With globalization comes increasing interdependence. With this interdependence comes increasing military, environmental, and economic threats from the weak.


Globalization And The Global Mind: An East-West Split?, Editor Feb 1998

Globalization And The Global Mind: An East-West Split?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article highlights Issues in identifying and validating group psychological differences.