A Study from Uganda: HIV Causal Attributional Structuring, Negative Affect, and Coping Among People with HIV/AIDS [Part I] — February 16, 2001
Weiner's attribution theory suggests relationships between attributions, emotions, coping, and behavioral consequences (Weiner, 1986, Amirkhan, 1990). Studies supporting the theory are still limited especially in the health area and AIDS in particular.
A Study from Uganda: HIV Causal Attributional Structuring, Negative Affect, and Coping Among People with HIV/AIDS. Errata. — February 16, 2001
Readers should access http://www.pr.erau.edu/~security/baguma-tables.html for the conclusion of this article and twelve data tables.
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IBPP Research Associates: The Mideast — February 16, 2001
Anonymous Israeli Citizen
The following is offered by an Israeli citizen in the context of an electronic dialogue with an IBPP research associate. (Unedited by IBPP with a few exceptions in brackets.)
Trends. Education and National Security in the 21st Century — February 16, 2001
This article discusses the release of a report written by the Project on Government Secrecy of the Federation of American Scientists, related to the U.S. Commission on National Security/21st Century. The report discusses the importance of education to the fields of security and intelligence.
Trends. Peace, Peace of Mind, and Mideast Mindlessness — February 16, 2001
This article discusses the work done by Dennis Ross, the Clinton administration's negotiator in the Arab-Israeli conflict. As the presidential administrations change from Clinton to Bush, Mr. Ross has provided a report covering his work with the Israelis and the Palestinians. There are many sides to the conflict and Mr. Ross presents a very narrow perspective.