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Agent Provocateurs in the Mideast — December 1, 2000
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This article describes examples of agent provocateurs in the context of conflict between Israel and the Palestinian National Authority (PNA.)

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An Update on the Political Psychology of Sex and Personnel Security — December 1, 2000
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This article describes the positive and negative contributions of scientific psychology to the interface of sexual orientation and personnel security.

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Sanctions and Nonproliferation Behavior: Missing on Missiles — December 1, 2000
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This article describes political psychologies supporting United States (US) sanctions-related behavior towards the People's Republic of China's (PRC) exporting of missiles, missile components, and missile technology.

IBPP Research Associates

 

IBPP Research Associates: Botswana — December 1, 2000
Staff Writer – The Botswana Gazette

This unsigned editorial - VAT to replace Sales Tax - but does Botswana really need the money?, purportedly by a staff writer at The Botswana Gazette Online News - was posted online for the November 24th, 2000 issue of that publication. The full article is not available for download due to copyright restrictions. Please contact The Botswana Gazette (http://www.thegazette.news/contact/) for details.

The article discusses the psychological factors stemming from and affecting taxes in Botswana.

Trends

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Trends. Social Violence: The Jigsaw Classroom as a Piece of the Puzzle — December 1, 2000
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This article discusses the "jigsaw technique" developed by social psychologist Elliot Aronson as a partial way of addressing school-related violence.

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Trends. The Unconditional as Conditional: We Are All Tamils — December 1, 2000
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This article discusses the problematic nature of the term "unconditional" when applied to peace talks, in this case in Sri Lanka between the Tamil Tigers and the Sri Lankan government.

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Trends. The United States Presidential Election: Curds and Wheys, Words and Cays — December 1, 2000
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This article discusses the corruption of language and meaning in U.S. politics, particularly involving the U.S. presidential election.