388 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. "This volume brings together research being conducted on the foreign conflict behavior of nations from a linkage perspective. Foreign conflict behavior is viewed as an outcome of several pos sible inputs, among them domestic conflict behavior, domestic stress, level of economic development, as well as systemic considerations. Several essays which deal with the relationship between domestic and international behavior from a the o r e t i c a l perspective lay the groundwork for the data-based studies which then make up the core of the volume. Aggregate and event data are utilized in a variety of statistical models. The book concludes with exploratory work on domestic co nf li ct b eh av io r a s explained by external conditions." Very small light mark and small red pen mark on bottom of textblock - not a remainder mark, slight bump across spine. Dust jacket has light edge wear/wrinkling - mainly at top/bottom of sp ine an d f lap -fo lds , a few tiny edge tears, slight fading to spine color, small bump across spine with tiny closed puncture. Very Good/Very Good-


Author Name: Wilkenfeld, Jonathan, ed. (Robert Burrowes, John N. Collins, Lewis A. Coser, Michael Haas, Leo A. Hazelwood, Warren R. Phillips; James N. Rosenau, R.J. Rummel, Bertram Spector, Richard H. Van Atta, Dina A. Zinnes, Johnathan Wilkenfeld.)

Categories: Philosophy & Psychology,

Publisher: David McKay, New York, 1973.:

Seller ID: 22423

Keywords: Conflict, Groups, Group structure, Linkages, Nations, Domestic, Foreign, International, Africa, Syria, Canonical analysis, Raymond Cattell, Development, Government, Markov chain, Societal stress, Temporal relationships, United Arab Republic, Tanter, ,