2 edition of Attitudes towards foreign affairs as a function of personality. found in the catalog.
Attitudes towards foreign affairs as a function of personality.
|Series||Norwegian Research Council for Science and the Humanities. [Skrifter] Section: Psychology -- CO81-2. T.|
|LC Classifications||BF378.A75 C5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||283|
|LC Control Number||60002534|
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1 See i.e. Johan Galtung, 'Foreign Policy Opinions as a Function of Social Position', Journal of Peace Research,p. Bjorn Christiansen, Attitudes towards Foreign Affairs as a Function of Personality, Oslo University Press, Osloand Anders Boserup and Claus Iversen, 'Demonstrations as a Source of Change', Journal of Peace.
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