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by David Pitt,Paul R. Turner

Author: David Pitt,Paul R. Turner
Subcategory: Military
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger (October 30, 1988)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.7
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Paul R. Turner, David Pitt.

Paul R. Drawing parallels between tribal behavior and international relations to demonstrate that societies are not inherently aggressive but are led into conflict when pride or in-group pressures push people to fight, this profound look at the chilling reality of cold war and its arsenal of nuclear destruction offers valuable new insights into how prejudices and stereotypes Drawing parallels between tribal behavior and international. TURNER, DAVID PITT}, author {Mary Lecron Foster}, year {1990} }. Mary Lecron Foster.

TheThe Anthropology of War and Peace: Perspectives on the Nuclear Age. e. Paul Turner; David Pitt. Granby, MA : Bergin and Garvey, 1989. Beeman, WO 1989, Anthropology and the Myths of American Foreign Policy: Perspectives on the Nuclear Age. in P Turner & D Pitt (eds), TheThe Anthropology of War and Peace: Perspectives on the Nuclear Age. Bergin and Garvey, Granby, MA, pp. 49-65. Beeman WO. Anthropology and the Myths of American Foreign Policy: Perspectives on the Nuclear Age.

Perspectives on the Nuclear Age. by Paul R. Turner, David C. Pitt, David Pitt. Published October 1988 by Bergin & Garvey.

Pitt, David C. Uncontrolled Related/Analytical Title: Anthropology of war and peace. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. Rubrics: War and society International relations and culture Nuclear disarmament. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Women and war. New York: Basic Books. In P. R. Turner & D. Pitt (Ed., The anthropology of war and peace: Perspectives on the nuclear age (pp. 15–31). 8. Ember, C. (1978). Myths about hunter-gatherers. Ethnology, 17(4), 439–448. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 9. & Ember, M. (1997). Granby, MA: Bergin & Garvey. The anthropology of war and peace: Perspectives on the nuclear age.

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War and Peace in the Nuclear Age is a 1989 PBS television series focusing on the effect of nuclear weapons development on international relations and warfare during the Cold War. The 13-part series was funded by the Annenberg/CPB Project and produced by WGBH in Boston in association with NHK and Central Independent Television. The New York Times called it "public television's equivalent of a nuclear explosion," praising it as "intelligently conceived and fastidiously balanced.

Drawing parallels between tribal behavior and international relations to demonstrate that societies are not inherently aggressive but are led into conflict when pride or in-group pressures push people to fight, this profound look at the chilling reality of cold war and its arsenal of nuclear destruction offers valuable new insights into how prejudices and stereotypes contribute to what may seem like an inexorable drift to war. Yet the authors conclude that war is not inevitable, as they offer suggestions for an end to the arms race in the nuclear age. Based on original research, this is a long overdue contribution to the study of war and peace in our time and a text for newly emerging courses on the subject.