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Unity Of The European Union: A Social Psychological Comment Jun 1998

Unity Of The European Union: A Social Psychological Comment

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article comments on an analysis by Ronald Steel, a contributing editor to The New Republic, on causal contributors to European Union (EU) unity.


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.


Policy Guidelines On Sex For Security Bureaucracies Feb 1998

Policy Guidelines On Sex For Security Bureaucracies

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article provides policy guidelines for personnel managers within security bureaucracies on sexual dispositions.


Right, Left, Right On, Or Left Out: New Directions For Political Road Maps? Feb 1998

Right, Left, Right On, Or Left Out: New Directions For Political Road Maps?

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article illustrates problems for social constructions of the political right and left.


Family Breakdown, Little Hope For The Future: Restrictive Moralities To The Rescue? Nov 1997

Family Breakdown, Little Hope For The Future: Restrictive Moralities To The Rescue?

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article reviews the recent text, Posterity Lost: Progress, Ideology, and the Decline of the American Family by Richard T. Gill and published (1997) by Rowman & Littlefield. The review highlights recurring political psychological Issues of conceptualization, levels of analysis, and causality.


The Public And Private Selves Of Political Leaders: Sex As Pipeline To The Political Soul Oct 1997

The Public And Private Selves Of Political Leaders: Sex As Pipeline To The Political Soul

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes a consequence of linkages between sexual and political attributions.


The Desirability Of Social Desirability: More Than A Response Set, Response Style, Or Disposition? Sep 1997

The Desirability Of Social Desirability: More Than A Response Set, Response Style, Or Disposition?

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some of the more significant denotations of social desirability and discusses the construct as boon or bane for political psychological researchers.


Perplexed And Circumplexed: The Structure Of Social Behavior In A Political World Sep 1997

Perplexed And Circumplexed: The Structure Of Social Behavior In A Political World

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article posits some Issues needing to be clarified to increase the explanatory and predictive value of circumplex models of social behavior.


Intelligence And Counterintelligence Operations: The Role Of Implicit Social Influence Sep 1997

Intelligence And Counterintelligence Operations: The Role Of Implicit Social Influence

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article highlights psychological research on implicit social influence and advocates that this research can be a heuristic source of applications for intelligence and counterintelligence operations.


The Paradox Of International Smuggling: A Case For Lying Back, Letting It Happen, But Not Necessarily Enjoying It Sep 1997

The Paradox Of International Smuggling: A Case For Lying Back, Letting It Happen, But Not Necessarily Enjoying It

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the paradox of international smuggling and a few scenarios to eliminate it.


Trends. Why Princess Di? Sep 1997

Trends. Why Princess Di?

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses death, dying and Princess Diana.


Georgia On My Mind: Aborting Children Through Adoption Policy, Editor Jul 1997

Georgia On My Mind: Aborting Children Through Adoption Policy, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses transnational adoption policies and procedures.


Suicide Bombing In Tel Aviv: Some Psychological Issues, Editor Mar 1997

Suicide Bombing In Tel Aviv: Some Psychological Issues, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

Several recurring Issues in the political psychology analysis of terrorism are illustrated in another Mideast tragedy.