Announcements — August 29, 2003
IBPP announcements pertaining to reader requests, editor nominations, and relevant conferences, as well as online and print publications.
Overcoming Political Strife: A Case Study Based on Training Jewish and Arab Educational Counselors — August 29, 2003
About the author. This article was submitted by Dr. Daniela Kramer, counseling psychologist and a senior lecturer at the Oranim School of Education of the Kibbutz Movement in Israel. Dr. Kramer heads the masters’ program in educational counseling as well as the clinical section of the animal-aided therapy program. She is also an experienced family therapist and group facilitator.
The author discusses the 'us' vs. 'them' phenomena, and the training of the Jewish and Arab educational counselors
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IBPP Research Associates: Botswana — August 29, 2003
Staff Writer – The Botswana Gazette
The discussed article - When media are silenced, how will your voice be heard?, by a staff writer at The Botswana Gazette - was posted on the online version of the August 27, 2003 issue of The Botswana Gazette. It is not available in Scholarly Commons because copyright permissions were not available.
The article discusses President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe and his silencing of journalists in that country.
Trends. The Federal Bureau of Investigation Reform Act of 2003 (S.1440): A Polygraph Update — August 29, 2003
This Trends article discusses The Federal Bureau of Investigation Reform Act of 2003 (S.1440), and the continuing popularity of the polygraph with security bureaucracies.
Trends. Why Humanitarian Workers Should be Killed: A Perspective From Nietzschean Slave Morality — August 29, 2003
This Trends article discusses different views of the murders of United Nations humanitarian workers in Iraq – first, from a modern Western perspective, and, second, from the perspective of Friedrich Nietzsche as he considered the transvaluation of what is Good on the part of the powerless.