Psychology And Deterrence

Author: Robert Jervis
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Now available in paperback, Psychology and Deterrence reveals deterrence strategy's hidden and generally simplistic assumptions about the nature of power and aggression, threat and response, and calculation and behavior in the international ...

Richard Ned Lebow Key Texts In Political Psychology And International Relations Theory

Author: Richard Ned Lebow
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Psychology and Deterrence. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press., pp. 204
–211. Lebow, R.N., 1987a. Conventional and nuclear deterrence. Are the
lessons transferable? Journal of Social Issues 43(4):171–91. Lebow, R.N., 1987b
. Deterrence failure revisited. International Security 12 (Summer): 197–213.
Lebow, R. N., and Stein J. G., 1987a. Beyond deterrence. Journal of Social
Issues 43(4):5–71. Lebow, R.N., and Stein J. G., 1987b. Beyond deterrence:
Building better theory.

Richard Ned Lebow A Pioneer In International Relations Theory History Political Philosophy And Psychology

Author: Richard Ned Lebow
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Psychology: Deterrence. and. Conflict. Janice Gross Stein Ned Lebow was an
undergraduate student at the University of Chicago during the most serious
crises of the Cold War: Berlin (1958–59 and 1961) and the Cuban missile crisis (
1962). His lifelong interest in deterrence, crisis management and the prevention
of war began at that time. That interest grew when Ned was a graduate student at
Yale and began to challenge conventional wisdom about the effectiveness of
deterrence ...


Author: A. Lowther
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The final chapter examines innovative approaches to ensuring the success of
conventional deterrence. “Can UnmannedAerial Systems Contribute to
Deterrence?” takes an innovative look atthe roleof unmanned aerial systems (
UAS)in a conventional deterrence strategy. James Perry suggests that they ...
Robert Jervis, Richard Ned Lebow, and Janice Gross Stein, Psychology and
Deterrence (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1985). Lee Force,
Robert History 5.

The Psychology And Law Of Criminal Justice Processes

Author: Roger J. R. Levesque
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Psychologists have investigated the extent to which people's social values matter
in determining people's compliance with laws, even in terms of the extent to
which they matter beyond predictions derived from the deterrence model. That
research reveals that both morality and legitimacy influence compliance in a
manner that is both separate from the influence of risk assessments and stronger
than the impact of risk assessments.52 For example, an important study designed
to test ...

The Fallacies Of Cold War Deterrence And A New Direction

Author: Keith B. Payne
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Case studies often demonstrate that decisions about peace and war are not
wellinformed, thought through, or made dispassionately. As Oxford professor
Robert O'Neill has observed, “Many of those who initiate wars either do not
understand what they are doing or fail to realize the size of the gamble they are
taking.” Studies of deterrence that are based on evidence drawn from centuries of
actual politico-military case studies, and incorporate basic concepts of human
psychology and ...

Bulletin On Narcotics

Author: United Nations
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While the loss of vehicle or drugs alone becomes a deterrent somewhere in the
remaining 13-100 per cent range of "thresholds", economic losses probably
outweigh the psychological concerns as interception rates reach 30 per cent or
more. Figure II does not show the boundaries of the willingness function in this
range because no data are available for them and psychological deterrence
provides little advantage as a force multiplier. At the far left with circular data
points, figure II ...

Policing And Security In Practice

Author: T. Prenzler
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However, arguably the most commontheoretical approachutilizedin traffic
psychology is 'deterrence theory', a criminologicalperspective that focuses on the
effect of enforcement activities and legal sanctions on behaviour (Homel, 1988;
Vingilis, 1990). Indeed, many enforcement programmesthroughout theworldhave
been developed onthe theoretical principles of deterrencetheory. Deterrence
theoryproposes that theabilityfor enforcement practices to deterproscribed
behavioursis a ...

The Psychology Of War And Peace

Author: Fred van Houten
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In this context we have to consider the double structure of deterrence: deterrence,
on the one hand, is a communication process, which, on the other hand, must be
based on concrete elements such as the military organization, weapons, and the
like. If the logical possibilities of a nuclear retaliation represent symbolic forms of
deterrence, then deterrence, within the circle of security policy elites, seems to
have the function of “deterrence by military capability.” For the mass public, on
the ...

Nuclear North Korea

Author: Victor D. Cha
Publisher: Columbia University Press
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Alliance Politics. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1998. Snyder, Glenn.
Deterrence and Defense: Toward a Theory of National Security. Princeton:
Princeton University Press, 1961. Snyder, Jack. “Perceptions of the Security
Dilemma in 1914.” In Robert Jervis, Richard Ned Lebow, and Janice Gross Stein,
Psychology and Deterrence, pp. 153–79. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University
Press, 1985. Snyder, Jack. “Richness, Rigor, and Relevance in the Study of
Soviet Foreign Policy.