Military Cold War Education and Speech Review Policies

Military Cold War Education and Speech Review Policies

Ancient lore is rife with incidents which involve psychological warfare principles .
Rumor , symbols , and other forms of psychological actions and appeals have
been used throughout history , in peace and in war . Modern means of ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services. Subcommittee on Special Preparedness

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ISBN: MINN:31951D020977482

Category: Military education

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Continuation of hearings on U.S. Cold War informational and educational programs for military personnel.
Categories: Military education

Military Cold War Education and Speech Review Policies

Military Cold War Education and Speech Review Policies

Ancient lore is rife with incidents which involve psychological warfare principles .
Rumor , symbols , and other forms of psychological actions and appeals have
been used throughout history , in peace and in war . Modern means of ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105120902742

Category: Censorship

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Categories: Censorship

Psychological Cold War

Psychological Cold War

Ian Dunbar was born in Margate, England, in 1936 and educated at Gillingham Grammar School and Aberdeen University.

Author: Ian Dunbar

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1477234071

Category: Medical

Page: 102

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Ian Dunbar was born in Margate, England, in 1936 and educated at Gillingham Grammar School and Aberdeen University. He graduated M.B.Ch.B. in 1961. His clinical interest was in the problems of general medical practice. Investigations took him first to Canada where he practiced in Regina and later to the Distant Early Warning Line in the Arctic. In effect, this was the military front line of the Cold War. After returning to Britain in December 1965 he became a partner in an NHS practice in West London where he witnessed the ferment of the 'swinging sixties'. He later moved to Kent but retired from active clinical practice in 1973 because of the increasing erosion of clinical freedom brought about by the 1969 Health Service reforms. In 1974 he worked on a Middle East oil field becoming acquainted not only with Palestinian refugees but also the clash of Western and Muslim cultures. As an amateur anthropologist, he explored several of the subcultures in contemporary society and in 1976 spent a month in Brazil visiting Sao Paulo, Goiania and Brasilia. An interest in the psychotoxicity of drugs led to his most important discovery. Political abuse of the subtle side-effects of cannabis and the contraceptive pill were being deployed to promote intellectual Socialism and bring about the collapse of capitalism. This created an unrecognised psychological aspect to the Cold War. This monograph outlines how it was done.
Categories: Medical

The Battle for Men s Minds America s Psychological Offensive in the Cold War

The Battle for Men s Minds  America s  Psychological Offensive  in the  Cold War

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problems of psychological warfare.

Author: Albert G. Pickerell

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105020028101

Category: Propaganda

Page: 858

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Categories: Propaganda

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Arthur Agan , Jr . , to provide personnel specially trained in psychological
operations at each level of command ( H ... The need for cold war intelligence
training similar to that eliminated from the Psychological Warfare School
curriculum in ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Armed Services

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105045142606

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The Peace Psychology Bulletin

The Peace Psychology Bulletin

A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological
Association, Long Beach, CA. ... Although James wrote this in 1910, his point
remains highly pertinent to the post-Cold War period, a time during which many
leaders and ...

Author:

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ISBN: UOM:39015078914010

Category: Peace

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Categories: Peace

The Psychological War

The Psychological War

Chapter 2 THE PHENOMENON OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE In March
1946 , the leader of the British Tories , Winston Churchill gave a new impulse to
the psychological war of imperialism , that inalienable adjunct of the Cold War .

Author: Dmitriĭ Antonovich Volkogonov

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015019116469

Category: Psychological warfare

Page: 239

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Categories: Psychological warfare

Essentials of Social Psychology

Essentials of Social Psychology

tant critical propaganda and those parties in the enemy country are encouraged
that will help to establish a government favourable towards the initiators of the
cold war . ( 5 ) Helping a friendly government - - Once a government that favours
 ...

Author: Ram Nath Sharma

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015062214013

Category: Social psychology

Page: 455

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Categories: Social psychology

Cold War Rhetoric

Cold War Rhetoric

A strategic approach to Cold War rhetoric is predicated upon a realist view of the
world; not the world as it ought to be or as we might wish it to be, but the world as
it ... The contest, in other words, is both material and psychological in nature.

Author: Martin J. Medhurst

Publisher: MSU Press

ISBN: 9780870139376

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 272

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Cold War Rhetoric is the first book in over twenty years to bring a sustained rhetorical critique to bear on central texts of the Cold War. The rhetorical texts that are the subject of this book include speeches by Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy, the Murrow- McCarthy confrontation on CBS, the speeches and writings of peace advocates, and the recurring theme of unAmericanism as it has been expressed in various media throughout the Cold War years. Each of the authors brings to his texts a particular approach to rhetorical criticism—strategic, metaphorical, or ideological. Each provides an introductory chapter on methodology that explains the assumptions and strengths of their particular approach.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Post Cold War Europe

Post Cold War Europe

CHAPTER 2 The Cold War and the Psychology of War Karl von Clausewitz
defined war as " the continuation of policy by other means " ( Brzezinski , Winter
1992-93 , p . 31 ) , and this definition certainly applies to the Cold War . From the
 ...

Author: Eddie R. Howard

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000027581325

Category: Conservatism

Page: 180

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In October 1986, after months of personal correspondence, U.S. President Ronald Reagan and Soviet Premier Mikhail Gorbachev met in Reykjavik, Iceland to discuss the reduction of conventional forces in Europe as well as the possibility of a nuclear-free world. Although no concrete guidelines were worked out, a marked change in the attitudes of the two great superpowers was readily apparent. In addition to Gorbachev's continued willingness to make fundamental changes in the Soviet Union, this summit showed that President Reagan was now ready to "deliver a parallel revolution in international relations" (Walker, 1993, p. 295) and abandon the arms build-up mandated by the "Reagan Doctrine."
Categories: Conservatism

American Psychology in the Quest for Nuclear Peace

American Psychology in the Quest for Nuclear Peace

International tension which we called a cold war flared up into a shooting war” (
Wolfle, 1950, 634). Wolfle discussed the importance of psychology to military and
defense matters. Psychology had a responsibility to use its skills in the national ...

Author: M. Brewster Smith

Publisher: Praeger Pub Text

ISBN: UOM:39015049000931

Category: Psychology

Page: 181

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This book is a treatise on the history of American psychology's role in nuclear war prevention. Jacobs places the psychologist's struggle for nuclear peace in historical perspective and examines the complicated context in which the threat of nuclear war is embedded. Jacobs interviews prominent individuals in the peace movement, most notably, Herbert Kelman, Irving Janis, Ralph White, and Thomas Milburn. Other chapters explore the psychologist's role as scientist, government consultant, and social activist.
Categories: Psychology

Educational and Psychological Interactions

Educational and Psychological Interactions

The British historian and then leader and nestor of the END movement (
European Nuclear Disarmament ) , Edward P . Thompson , holding this position
already in 1982 , wrote in his essay , " Beyond Cold War " " What then is the cold
war , as ...

Author:

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ISBN: UOM:39015040767512

Category: Education

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Categories: Education

Soviet and American Psychology During World War II

Soviet and American Psychology During World War II

As a result psychologists worked with engineers, mathematicians,
communication specialists, and a variety of ... States and the Soviet Union,
victorious allies in 1945, assumed the status of superpowers vying for supremacy
in the Cold War.

Author: Albert R. Gilgen

Publisher: Praeger

ISBN: UOM:39015040165691

Category: Psychology

Page: 242

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This book compares the influence of the period leading up to World War II and of the war itself on the discipline of psychology in two major, but very different countries. During the 1930s, Soviet psychologists were formally isolated from developments in Western psychology by the ideological requirements of the Communist Party; in the United States, a vast variety of topics was being researched. When the war began, the discipline in the Soviet Union turned increasingly toward specialized topics, such as the rehabilitation of the wounded, ways to improve morale, and the psychological basis of color-camouflage. American psychologists, on the other hand, applied their psychometric and clinical skills to military needs. With the coming of glasnost, American and Russian psychologists were able to collaborate to create the first thorough examinations of the state of wartime psychology in these countries. Of interest to all students and researchers of the history of psychology, psychological theory, and the history of World War II.
Categories: Psychology

War Studies from Psychology Sociology Anthropology

War  Studies from Psychology  Sociology  Anthropology

According to one , the door was opened to encapsulation after the Cuban
blockade discharged a large amount of frustration that Americans had
accumulated over the Cold War years . The traditional American foreign policy
expectation is that ...

Author: Leon Bramson

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105040577889

Category: War

Page: 438

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Categories: War

Can We End the Cold War

Can We End the Cold War

psychological warfare Russia generally is ahead rather than behind us . (
Whether those in charge of psychological warfare regard brinkmanship , no -
appeasement , and threat techniques as part of psychological warfare as it has
been ...

Author: Leo Perla

Publisher: New York, MacMillan

ISBN: UOM:39015020750660

Category: International relations

Page: 251

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Categories: International relations

Social Psychology

Social Psychology

INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT Another major influence on political psychology
has been international conflict . During the 1950s and 1960s , the Cold War
inspired much psychological research on international conflict , just as today
much work ...

Author: Shelley E. Taylor

Publisher:

ISBN: UCLA:L0063541593

Category: Psicología social

Page: 555

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The text provides a wide and comprehensive coverage of the basic topics, research and theory of social psychology at the junior and sophomore levels of study.
Categories: Psicología social

Psychological Warfare

Psychological Warfare

In this cold war , we must use methods other than war to make people believe in
liberty and democracy . ” He emphatically upholds psychological war as a means
to accomplish the object of liberation . In order to achieve a unification in control ...

Author: Chih-hsing Huang

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ISBN: UOM:39015069123720

Category: Psychological warfare

Page: 257

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Categories: Psychological warfare

Psychological Aspects of Nuclear War

Psychological Aspects of Nuclear War

Betts , R . K . ( 1977 ) Soldiers , Statesmen and Cold War Crises . Cambridge ,
Mass . : Harvard University Press . Beussee , M . P . , Ahearn , T . R . and
Hammes , J . A . ( 1970 ) Introspective reports of large groups experimentally
confined in ...

Author: James Thompson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:49015001230706

Category: Psychology

Page: 127

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Exploring the nature of nuclear war, this psychological treatise examines human reactions to nuclear disaster and accidental explosions. The discusssion is based on evidence of human fallibility that has emerged from the psychology of accidents and from research into decision-making in military and political contexts. Draws on the psychology of negotiation and conflict resolution to suggest ways in which the threat of nuclear war might be reduced.
Categories: Psychology

Problems of War and Peace

Problems of War and Peace

Doubtless the largest employer of psychologists in the US is the Department of
Defence . ” 1 The imperialists go out of their way to use psychology for cold war
purposes . Strausz - Hupé , Kintner and Possony , who are to be counted among
 ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105036777758

Category: Peace

Page: 389

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Categories: Peace

Ireland and the Cold War

Ireland and the Cold War

The external environment concerns the dependent actions of states , while the
internal environment considers the factors within the administrative functioning of
government , including the state ' s ' psychological environment ' . “ This chapter ...

Author: Paula L. Wylie

Publisher:

ISBN: 0716533766

Category: History

Page: 305

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Since Irish foreign policy objectives often fluctuated in the Cold War environment, the conventional assumption is that the administration of Irish foreign policy was conducted in an unprincipled manner. This work offers a new approach to the study of Irish foreign policy by unifying economic, political, and legal issues under the framework of diplomatic recognition. Arguing that Irish foreign policy in the area of recognition was based on the flexibility required of small state diplomacy during the early Cold War, the author's research in the area of Ireland's approach toward emerging and reconstituted states illustrates the high level of professionalism, commitment and administrative consistency within the Department of External Affairs in the administration of foreign policy. This work presents the difficulties in balancing the interests of Ireland as a minor actor within the complicated framework of international diplomacy during the period 1949-63. Case studies include the non-recognition of Israel, China, Vietnam, and East Germany in full length chapters.
Categories: History