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Effects of massive retaliation and balance of power on aggression.

Philip George Levendusky

Effects of massive retaliation and balance of power on aggression.

by Philip George Levendusky

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aggressiveness.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 27 l.
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16757657M

    1. J Pers Soc Psychol. May;22(2) Catharsis and aggression: effects of annoyance and retaliation on aggressive behavior. Doob AN, Wood by: John Lewis Gaddis, Strategies of Containment: A Critical Appraisal of Postwar American National Security Policy List: 20th Century. Subjects: Cold War, Containment, Foreign Policy, Diplomacy, Korean War, Vietnam. Cold War historian John Lewis Gaddis's book Strategies of Containment offers a detailed and nuanced analysis of the guiding strategies animating American foreign policy from Truman to.

    Cambridge Core - Organisation Studies - Research and Theory on Workplace Aggression - edited by Nathan A. Bowling. On Aggression ‘No one concerned with animals, whether in the home, on the farm, or in the wild, whether with fish, lizards, birds, or cats; and above all no one concerned with the overriding dilemmas posed by population growth and by war can afford to neglect Konrad Lorenz’s book.’ W.H. ThorpeFile Size: KB.

    "The desire for vengeance is deep-rooted, as the evolutionary biologist David Barash and psychiatrist Judith Lipton, who are married, note in their fascinating new book Payback: Why We Retaliate, Redirect Aggression, and Take Revenge (Oxford University Press, ). Not just humans but many animals retaliate against those who threaten or harm Cited by:   Power is intoxicating, but feelings of injustice soon sober up the one with the power. PhD student Joris Lammers investigated the role that the meaning of a power situation has on the automatic.


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Effects of massive retaliation and balance of power on aggression by Philip George Levendusky Download PDF EPUB FB2

Philip George Levendusky has written: 'Effects of massive retaliation and balance of power on aggression' -- subject(s): Aggressiveness Asked in Cold War, Soviet Union (USSR) What did the US call. As with other kinds of violent images in the media, the effects are strongest on men who are already predisposed to aggression toward women.

In particular, discuss the evidence that watching TV desensitizes people to aggression and that it leads to a view of the world as a dangerous place.

If coaches, parents, managers and athletes want to control aggression it is within their power to do so. Unfortunately not all aggression is discouraged. In some environments coaches have been known to applaud aggressive rule breaking behaviour in the belief it increases ticket sales and adds an element of fear to opposing teams who make the : Liam Hallam.

music and aggression: effects of lyrics and background music on aggressive behavior a thesis submitted to the faculty of the graduate school in candidacy for the degree of master of arts program in applied social psychology by andrew g triplett chicago, illinois august Author: Andrew G.

Triplett. Start studying effects of media violence. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. In [this book, the authors] describe a provocative theory that focuses on social conflicts and the concepts of power, influence, social identity, and retributive justice.

They begin with a thorough examination and critique of the traditional theories of aggression, including biological, physiological, and criminological perspectives. They go on to synthesize key findings of these and other Cited by: Erich Fromm, in his book The anatomy of Human Destructiveness, made a total critique of the theories that Lorenz proposed inOn Aggression.

And, it seems Konrad Lorenz proposed in “On Aggression” the theory that the violence is something good and necessary for all the animals/5.

Introducing nuclear weapons into these calculations, however, forces the aggressor to proceed with caution because the risk of massive retaliation is great. This is a difficult balance to strike when the addition of nuclear weapons by one party is itself the act that breaches the security imperatives of.

To mitigate these potential causes of war, Eisenhower’s New Look did more than rely on the threat of massive nuclear retaliation. Responding vigorously “at places and with means of our own choosing” included various cost-effective means short of open war, and certainly well short of nuclear war.

The effects of justification on aggression constitute the main focus of this article. The Impact of Justification on Aggression Pastore [] reported the first research which measured levels of aggression as a result of justified or unjustified frustration.

Subjects were presented with several hypo. A summary of Eisenhower and the Cold War: – in History SparkNotes's The Cold War (–). Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of The Cold War (–) and what it means.

Perfect for acing essays, tests, and. For a time after World War II, America held the upper hand with regards to nuclear superiority. It used this threat of "massive retaliation" as a means to deter Soviet aggression.

By the late s the Soviet Union had built up a convincing nuclear arsenal that could be delivered on the territory of the United States and Western Europe. By the mids unilateral deterrence gave way to. -OURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOL ( Aggression and Power Restoration The Effects of Identifiability and Timing on Aggressive Behavior STEPHEN WORCHEL University of Virginia AND SUSAN E.

ARNOLD AND WAYNE HARRISON University of North Carolina Received Septem The study was designed to demonstrate that one function of Cited by: What long-term effects would you predict followed King Philip and rsquos War.

Unanswered Questions. Eight turns of a screw advance it 4 inches. How many inches will ten turns advance it. Aggression is broadly defined as a behavior or disposition that is forceful, hostile or attacking. This behavior may occur as a form of retaliation or may even occur without provocation.

Aggression can take on a number of different forms such as verbal communication through yelling at another individual, or physically by engaging in some type. But Eisenhower’s commitment to austere defense spending and the bureaucratic power of the Strategic Air Command, which had an incentive to promote a strategy based largely around strategic nuclear bombing given the budgetary largess this afforded it, made a transition from massive retaliation more difficult.

‘The combination of physics and politics could render the surface of the earth uninhabitable [Technological progress] gives the appearance of approaching some essential singularity in the history of the race beyond which human affairs, as we have known them, cannot continue.’ John von Neumann, one of the 20th Century’s most important mathematicians, one of the.

His Administration also believed that the doctrine of “massive retaliation”—the promise to meet Soviet aggression with an overwhelming nuclear response—was a deterrent that would keep the Author: Louis Menand. That included the USSR, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and East Germany.

In response, NATO adopted the "Massive Retaliation" policy. It promised to use nuclear weapons if the Pact attacked. NATO's deterrence policy allowed Europe to focus on economic development.

It didn't have to build large conventional : Kimberly Amadeo. New research suggests that even just witnessing aggression in the workplace can have a negative effect on individual performance.

Research carried out at Sheffield University investigated the impact of workplace factors on employee levels of depression, anxiety, and emotional exhaustion. Dr Sprigg and her colleagues first surveyed employees immediately after they had witnessed aggression.

myriad effects of power, Keltner, Gruenfeld, and Anderson (in press) recently proposed the approach/inhibition theory of power. As we discuss, this theory proposes that power tips the balance.The way to deter aggression is for the free community to be willing and able to respond vigorously at places and with means of its own choosing.

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