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Political Psychology in International Relations - Analytical Perspectives on Politics (Paperback)
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Political Psychology in International Relations - Analytical Perspectives on Politics (Paperback)

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Paperback 320 Pages / Published: 12/04/2004
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A comprehensive account of the field of political psychology with a focus on its implications for international relations

Publisher: The University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472067015
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 431 g
Dimensions: 236 x 138 x 20 mm


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"This is a real tour de force. McDermott is a master of the diverse approaches to political psychology and international politics. Newcomers to the subject cannot find a better guide; skeptics, even if not persuaded, will be enlightened; even experts will see the field in a new way."
---Robert Jervis, Columbia University
"Realizing that terrorism incites fear for political objectives brings to the fore the new dynamisms operating between psychology and political science. Rose McDermott's extraordinary work breathes new life into political psychology, providing a comprehensive and accessible account of the discipline's fundamental principles and methods."
---Philip G. Zimbardo, Stanford University
-This is a real tour de force. McDermott is a master of the diverse approaches to political psychology and international politics. Newcomers to the subject cannot find a better guide; skeptics, even if not persuaded, will be enlightened; even experts will see the field in a new way.-
---Robert Jervis, Columbia University
-Realizing that terrorism incites fear for political objectives brings to the fore the new dynamisms operating between psychology and political science. Rose McDermott's extraordinary work breathes new life into political psychology, providing a comprehensive and accessible account of the discipline's fundamental principles and methods.-
---Philip G. Zimbardo, Stanford University

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