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The Man Who Would Be King: Thoughts On The Death Of Saw Maung Aug 1997

The Man Who Would Be King: Thoughts On The Death Of Saw Maung

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some common psychological pathways resulting in political leaders believing that they are more than they are.


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.


The "As Ifs" Of Political Psychology, Editor Jul 1997

The "As Ifs" Of Political Psychology, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This paper describes different concepts of "as if" that are basic to political psychology for descriptive and inferential analysis.


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

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

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This is the second installment of an analysis of a man who was both a scholar of politics and the political leader of his country. (See IBPP, Vol. 2, No. 10.) The article was written by Dr. Ted Goertzel of Rutgers University. Dr. Goertzel can be reached at goertzel@crab.rutgers.edu.


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

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

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

Political psychologists often contemplate the significance of their research--theoretical, empirical--for the practice of politics. Too often, seemingly valuable research is ignored, discounted, misperceived, and misapplied by political practitioners. Yet occasionally researchers practice politics as well--not just the politics of everyday life--but the formal politics of local, regional, national, and international entities. In the United States, Woodrow Wilson, Eugene McCarthy, and even Newt Gingrich come immediately to mind. What will be the interaction of research and practice when both are developed and implemented by the same individual? Dr. Ted Goertzel of Rutgers University has written the following article concerning another researcher-practitioner--Fernando ...


The Classifieds: Secret Intelligence Activities In A Representative Democracy, Editor Jun 1997

The Classifieds: Secret Intelligence Activities In A Representative Democracy, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article posits that most classified intelligence activities of representative democracies may be more harmful than helpful to their security.


Political Psychology And Political Policy, Editor Mar 1997

Political Psychology And Political Policy, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes the basic components of political policy which can be influenced through political psychology. It also suggests some political limitations of this influence.


The Psychology Of Controlling Control, Editor Jan 1997

The Psychology Of Controlling Control, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the concept and techniques of control (power) in the political world.


Paranoia And Political Leadership, Editor Jan 1997

Paranoia And Political Leadership, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the ins and outs of paranoia in political leadership.