Announcement — June 22, 2001
The IBPP editor shares professional announcements pertaining to recently published books; calls for papers for July 2001-November 2002 conferences, and online journals. URLS for online journals Eras and Athenaea Digital were updated on 10-19-2018.
This article identities the political implications of psychological research intended to prevent or minimize youthful violence. The article then focuses on how this research can be used to help select and manage youthful terrorists.
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IBPP Research Associates: Zambia — June 22, 2001
This article - Journalists as election beacons by Journalism, by Choolwe Mwetwa - was posted on the June 20th issue of The Post (Zambia). It is not available in Scholarly Commons due to copyright restrictions.
In the article, the author discusses responsibilities of journalists during politically active times.
Trends. In the Kingdom of the United Kingdom: The Psychology of Post-Election Transition — June 22, 2001
This article was written by Mr. Dai Williams, a chartered occupational psychologist. He can be reached at Eos Life-Work, Woking, Surrey, United Kingdom; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; website: http://www.eoslifework.co.uk.
In his article, Mr. Williams considers the personal impact of post-election transition periods in the United Kingdom.
Trends. Trust and Diplomacy: Observations of the New American President — June 22, 2001
This article discusses the concept of trustworthiness in politics with the relationship between U.S. President George W. Bush and Russia's President Vladimir V. Putin as context.