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One would think that in the age of electronic data retrieval the compilation and publication of a bibliography like the present one is out of date. Everyone in possession of a network computer ...

One would think that in the age of electronic data retrieval the compilation and publication of a bibliography like the present one is out of date. Everyone in possession of a network computer accessing the World Wide Web through the Internet can, after all, directly reach into the catalogues of the great libraries of the academic world and produce within hours if not minutes a tailor-made bibliography for his or her own special research purposes. The same take would take days if not weeks for the human bibliographer working without powerful eclectic search engines. However, bibliographic search engines can only assist and supplement human judgement as to what is likely to be a worthwhile title and what is not.

This is especially true for unpublished "grey" literature that does not appear in Books in Print - type compilations. Academic Masters Theses are rarely published and even most PhD Theses never make it into the commercial market. This special bibliography on "Academic These on Terrorism and Related Forms of Violence", containing nearly 800 titles, is therefore particularly welcome and fills a void. I was pleased to learn that it took the structure of my own bibliography on terrorism as framework to fit in the titles since this adds to cumulativeness and comparability in the field. Scanning through the titles makes one realizes that many of the seminal turns in the study of terrorism were initiated - or are at least reflected - in the choice of topics of these young scholars. There is also a university index at the end which indicates to the user which universities devote most attention to the study of terrorism and political violence. For both students and experts of terrorism this bibliography offers a door to a wealth of knowledge which will - as things now stand - be bitterly needed for years to come.

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    • A Bibliography of Academic Theses on Terrorism and Related Forms of Violence Part I – 1960 to 1998 Compiled by Adam Pode.
    • All rights reserved.No part of this publication may be reproduced or distributed in any form or by anymeans, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by anyinformation storage and retrieval system, without the prior written consent of theauthor.Copyright by Adam Pode. All rights reserved.Printed in the UK.
    • ContentsPrefaceIntroductionA and B. Bibliographies on Terrorism and Related Forms of Violence and Conceptual,Definitory and Topological Aspects of TerrorismC. General Works on TerrorismD. Regime Terrorism and RepressionE. Insurgent TerrorismF. Vigilante TerrorismG. Other Types of TerrorismH. Terroristic Activities, by Region and Country1. Western Europe General1.1. Germany1.2. France1.3. Ireland1.4. Italy1.5. Spain1.6. Other Western European Countries2. FSU2.1. Eastern European, including the Balkans3. Middle East3.1. Israel3.2. Palestine3.3 Middle East, Other Countries4. Asia4.1. Indian Subcontinent4.2. South-East Asia and China4.3 Japan5. Africa, General5.1. Northern Africa5.2. Sub-Saharan Africa5.3. Southern Africa
    • 6. Latin America, General6.1. Argentina6.2. Brazil6.3. Uruguay6.4. Other Latin-American Countries7. North America7.1. Canada7.2. United StatesI. Intra and Transnational TerrorismJ. The Terrorist Personality and OrganisationK. Victimological AspectsL. Terrorism from a Psychological PerspectiveM. Terrorism from a Criminological PerspectiveN. Terrorism from a Military PerspectiveO. Juridical Aspects of TerrorismP. Mass Communications Aspects of TerrorismQ and R. The Etiology of Terrorism and Ideologies and Doctrines of Violence andViolent LiberationS. Countermeasures Against Terrorism1. General1.1. Military and Police1.2. Legal1.3. Hostage Saving MeasuresT. Special Forms of Terrorism1.1. Assassination1.2. Bombing1.3. Hijacking and Hostage Taking1.4. Kidnaping1.5. Nuclear TerrorismU. Varia and Related Studies
    • Author IndexUniversity IndexStatistics
    • PrefaceOne would think that in the age of electronic data retrieval the compilation andpublication of a bibliography like the present one is out of date. Everyone inpossession of a network computer accessing the World Wide Web through theInternet can, after all, directly reach into the catalogues of the great libraries of theacademic world and produce within hours if not minutes a tailor-made bibliographyfor his or her own special research purposes. The same take would take days if notweeks for the human bibliographer working without powerful eclectic searchengines. However, bibliographic search engines can only assist and supplementhuman judgement as to what is likely to be a worthwhile title and what is not.This is especially true for unpublished "grey" literature that does not appear in Booksin Print - type compilations. Academic Masters Theses are rarely published and evenmost PhD Theses never make it into the commercial market. This specialbibliography on "Academic These on Terrorism and Related Forms of Violence",containing nearly 800 titles, is therefore particularly welcome and fills a void. I waspleased to learn that it took the structure of my own bibliography on terrorism asframework to fit in the titles since this adds to cumulativeness and comparability inthe field. Scanning through the titles makes one realizes that many of the seminalturns in the study of terrorism were initiated - or are at least reflected - in the choiceof topics of these young scholars. There is also a university index at the end whichindicates to the user which universities devote most attention to the study ofterrorism and political violence. For both students and experts of terrorism thisbibliography offers a door to a wealth of knowledge which will - as things now stand- be bitterly needed for years to come.Prof A. P.Leiden University
    • IntroductionThe aim of this work is to provided those undertaking research in the field ofterrorism1 with a guide to academic sources principally in English and in so doingcomplement the works of both Schmid2 and Lakos3. Each entry lists the name of theauthor, the title, academic institution to which the work was submitted and thedegree awarded with date4. Entries limited to a single area or region are listed underthat area or region. Multi-regional studies are listed by subject. Indexes to bothauthors and academic institutions are provided.For most entries abstracts can be consulted through reference either to theinvaluable works of ASLIB5 or DAI6. Full copies of most British doctoral these can beborrowed in the form of film or fiche or purchased as paper enlargements fromBLDSC7. Theses accepted for Masters degrees in the United Kingdom are harder toobtain and information regarding availability should be sought from the awardinginstitute. Copies of theses in the United States and Canada may be obtained fromUMI87 in soft covers, hard covers, microfilm or microfiche. Again the availability ofMasters thesis may vary.The authors intention is to provide a living document, corrections and furtherentries should be addressed to Adam Pode (ajlpode at yahoo co uk) Paper copies ofthis work are also available from this address.1 Entries cover both terrorism, insurgency, low intensity conflict and revolutionary warfare and arewidely drawn to examine the effects of such conflicts.2 Schmid, A.P. and Jongman, A.J. Political Terrorism: a new guide to actors, authors, concepts, databases, theories and literature. New Brunswick: Transaction Books, 1988.3 Lakos, A. International Terrorism: A Bibliography. Boulder: Westview Press, 1986 and Lakos, A.Terrorism 1980-1990: A Bibliography. Boulder: Westview Press, 1991.4 Information concerning these institutions can be found in the Europa Publications: The World ofLearning 49th edition. Europa Publications Company, 1999. (ISBN: 1 85743 049 2; ISSN: 0084-2117);or see http://www.scit.wlv.ac.uk/ukinfo/ for the UK and http://www.clas.ufl.edu/au/ for the USA.5 Hyams, M. Index to theses with Abstracts accepted for Higher Degrees by the Universities of GreatBritain and Ireland and the Council of National Academic Awards. London: ASLIB and ExpertInformation Ltd, annual; also available as Index to Theses on CD-ROM (2nd edition).6 University Microfilms. Dissertation Abstract International, Section A - Humanities and SocialScience. Ann Arbour: University Microfilms, monthly. Also available as Dissertation Abstracts Onlineand Ondisc.7 The British Library Document Supply Centre, Boston Spa, Wetherby, West Yorkshire LS23 7BQEngland.8 University Microfilms International (Dissertation Service) 300 North Zeeb Road, Ann Arbor,Michigan 48106-1346 USA.
    • A and B. Bibliographies on Terrorism and Related Forms of Violence andConceptual, Definitory and Topological Aspects of Terrorism(1) Beecroft, David R.The Conspiracy Theory of Terrorism: Analysis and Application.California State University Sacramento, MA, 1986.(2) Campbell, Courtney Scott.The Moral Reality of Revolution.University of Virginia, PhD, 1988.(3) Campbell, James.The Concept of Violence: An Examination of its Ideological Uses.Queens University Belfast, PhD, 1986.(4) Canfield, Roger Blaine.Democratic Legitimacy and American Political Violence, 1964-1970.Claremont Graduate School, PhD, 1973.(5) Chasdi, Richard Jonathan.The Dynamics of Middle East Terrorism, 1968-1993: A Functional Typology ofTerrorist Group-Types.Purdue University, PhD, 1995.(6) Cline, James, Jr.Northstar Geopolitical Learning Model: Country Study Guide, A Research Resource.The Union Institute, PhD, 1992.(7) Denton, Frank Hardy.Patterns in Political Violence and War, 1751-1960.University of Southern California, PhD, 1968.(8) Dolive, Henry Clarke.The Conceptualization of Political Violence.University of Florida, PhD, 1974.(9) Finney, Louis Douglas.A Rational Choice Theory of Revolution and Political Violence.University of Maryland College Park, PhD, 1987.(10) Gilman, Bernard.Political Violence: A Comparative and Longitudinal Analysis.University of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, PhD, 1971.
    • (11) Gold-Biss, Michael.The Discourse on Terrorism: Political Violence and the Subcommittee on Securityand Terrorism, 1981-1986.American University, PhD, 1992.(12) Hanle, Donald J.An Analysis of Terrorism as a Form of Warfare.Naval Postgraduate School, MA, 1987.(13) Harbert, Joseph R.The Domestic and International Politics of Internal Conflict: A Comparative Analysis.City University of New York, PhD, 1984.(14) Hawkins, Andrew.Terrorism and Liberal Democracy.University of St Andrews, Degree Unknown, Date Unknown.(15) Hoffman, R.P.Terrorism: A Universal Definition.Claremont Graduate School, PhD, 1984.(16) Hou, Han-jyun.A Simulation Model of Political Conflict: A System Dynamics Approach.State University of New York At Binghamton, PhD, 1993.(17) Kader, Omar M.Contemporary Political Terror: Comparing the Use of Violence by National Liberationand Ideological Groups.University of Southern California, PhD, 1981.(18) Kasturi, Das Gupta.A Typological Analysis of Collective Political Violence.The Louisiana State University, PhD, 1979.(19) Kissane, Thomas P.The Theoretical Literature on Terrorism: A Sociological Interpretation.Fordham University, PhD, 1989.(20) Machale, James Brendan.An Empirical Study of the Ideologies of Violence of Foreign Missionaries in A NationalSecurity State.Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary, DMin, 1985.(21) McMaster, Donald James.Forecasting Political Violence: Evaluating the Use of Judgemental Data As An Input toA Predictive Model.Syracuse University, PhD, 1979.
    • (22) Mesquita, Patricia.On the Path From Collective Identity to Violence.University of St Andrews, MA, 1994.(23) Mirani, S.Kaveh.Collective Political Violence and the Redistribution of Political Income.University of Chicago, PhD, 1984.(24) Overbey, B.F.Terror and Reprisal: An Ethical Perspective.Army Command Personnel Centre, MA, 1985.(25) Rahman, Katherine Irene.Ethnic Conflict in A World of States.University of Virginia, PhD, 1990.(26) Reid, Edna Ferguson.An Analysis of Terrorism Literature: A Bibliometric and Content Analysis Study.University of Southern California, PhD, 1983.(27) Romano, Anne Theresa.Terrorism: An Analysis of the Literature.Fordham University, PhD, 1984.(28) Schneider, Peter Raymond.Calculations of Political Conflict: A Cross-National Analysis of Domestic PoliticalViolence From A Costs-Benefits Perspective.Indiana University, PhD, 1974.(29) Smith, Edmond Carl.Political Violence and Pluralist Theory.American University, PhD, 1975.(30) Tatsis, Nicholas Christos.Phenomenology: The Methodology of Conceptual Terrorism.Syracuse University, PhD, 1975.(31) Williams, Nicole B.D.Terrorism: Concept and Practice.University of New South Wales, PhD, 1990.(32) Yoo, Seungik.The Effect of Socio-Economic Development on Mass Political Violence: A PooledCross-sectional and Time-series Analysis.University of South Carolina, PhD, 1990.
    • C. General Works on Terrorism(33) Azzi, Assaad Elia.Structural and Normative Sources of Ethnic Conflict: Status, Size, and NormativeRules for Power Allocation.University of Pennsylvania, PhD, 1988.(34) Maguire, K.Ethnic Conflict and Political Violence: a Theoretical and Comparative Analysis.Aberdeen, PhD, 1994.(35) Davies, Thomas Russell.Feedback Processes and International Terrorism.Florida State University, PhD, 1977.(36) Desloover, Michel Marc.Terrorism V Democracy: A Study in the Effect Terrorism Has on the Political Systemsit Attempts to Influence.University of Louisville, MA, 1986.(37) Finn, John Edward.Can the Constitution Govern? Constitutional Crises and the Limits of HumanForesight.Princeton University, PhD, 1986.(38) Freiberg, J.W.The Dialectics of Violence: Repression and Rebellion.University of California Los Angeles, PhD, 1971.(39) Hazan, Robert.An Inquiry Into the Politics of Nationalism and Conflict in Palestine, British India andQuebec.University of Denver, PhD, 1992.(40) Kocher, Charles H.Terrorism: Threat to Industrial Security.California State University Long Beach, MS, 1978.(41) Krassacopoulos, Mihalis N.The Study of Terrorism in Perspective.Florida State University, PhD, 1990.(42) Kubiak, Anthony James.Phobos and Performance: The Stages of Terror.University of Wisconsin: Milwaukee, PhD, 1988.
    • (43) Moore, Terrence Lee.The Nature and Evaluation of Terrorism.University of Pittsburgh, PhD, 1987.(44) Oliverio, Annamaria.Two Incidents in Search of A Meaning: The Discourse of Terrorism and theConstruction of Political Boundaries.Arizona State University, PhD, 1991.(45) Warner, B.W.The Rendition of International Politically-Violent Offenders/Terrorists 1970-1982.Exeter, PhD, 1992.(46) Yough, Syng Nam.A Cross-national Analysis of Political Violence: A Model Specification and its EmpiricalTest.Texas Tech University, PhD, 1979.D. Regime Terrorism and Repression(47) Cordiner, Tom.Aushwitz-Birkenau: The Implementation of the Final Solution.University of St Andrews, MA, 1990.(48) Fattig, Richard Cavell.Reprisal: The German Army and the Execution of Hostages During the Second WorldWar.University of California: San Diego, PhD, 1980.(49) Freeman, Julie D.German Public Opinion and the Persecution of the Jews in Nazi Germany, 1933-1945,As Reflected in Memoir Literature.State University of New York At Buffalo, PhD, 1992.(50) Fu, Hung-der.Modernization, Repression, and Political Violence.University of Arizona, PhD, 1991.(51) King, John Christopher.Modelling State Repression in Argentina and Chile: A Time Series Analysis. Universityof North Texas, PhD, 1993.
    • (52) Limond, David.Challenges to, and Alternative Conceptions of, the Legitimacy of GovernmentalPower.University of St Andrews, MA, 1989.(53) Martin, Terry D.An Affirmative Action Empire: Ethnicity and the Soviet State, 1923- 1938.University of Chicago, PhD, 1996.(54) Oke, Adekunle Moronkeji.State Terrorism: An Analysis of Third World Perspectives.Howard University, PhD, 1995.(55) Slawner, Karen.Violence and Community: State Terror and National Security Doctrine.University of Notre Dame, PhD, 1993.(56) Steinel, Douglas Paul.The Relationship Between the Speed of Modernization and Extra- InstitutionalPolitical Conflict in Less-Developed Countries.The George Washington University, PhD, 1991.(57) Uekert, Brenda Kay.Rivers of Blood: A Comparative Study of Government Massacres.Syracuse University, PhD, 1994.(58) Weitzer, Ronald John.The Internal Security State: Political Change and Repression in Northern Ireland andZimbabwe.University of California: Berkeley, PhD, 1985.E. Insurgent Terrorism(59) Devlin, James.Sendero Luminoso: Growth of An Insurgency.University of St Andrews, MPhil, 1989.(60) Gilbert, Donald Bruce.A Framework for Anti-Guerrilla Policy in the Twentieth-Century.American University, MA, 1964.(61) Gratton, Philippe J.Nationalist Terrorism and Political Parties: the Challenge to Liberal Democracies.University of Ottawa, PhD, 1997.
    • (62) Hall, Graeme J.L.The Guerrilla As Midwife: the End of the Union and the Mandate.University of Alabama, PhD, 1987.(63) Karumbiah, J.The Response of Democratic Governments to Armed Resistance: India, Argentina,Peru, Colombia and Northern Ireland.Liverpool, MPhil, 1992.(64) Kroger, Daniel Paul.Revolutionary Warfare and the Just War Tradition: A Critical Review of the LiteratureSince 1945 Including Consideration of the Law of War.University of Notre Dame, PhD, 1992.(65) McVey, Philip Marcus.Urban Guerrilla Warfare: The Internal Wars of Uruguay and Canada.California State University Long Beach, MS, 1981.(66) Mei, Ko-wang.The Theory and Practice of Modern Guerrilla Warfare.Michigan State University, PhD, 1965.(67) Melton, A.G.Kluge.Intervention and the Reagan Doctrine.The Johns Hopkins University, PhD, 1992.(68) Miller, J.A.Terrorism and Guerrilla Warfare: A Model for Comparative Analysis.American University, PhD, no date given.(69) Sinai, Joshua Benedict.Resolving Insurgencies: a Comparative Study of Sri Lanka, Britain and NorthernIreland, Israel and the Palestinians, and El Salvador..Columbia University, PhD, 1997.(70) Varon, Jeremy Peter.Shadowboxing the Apocalypse: New Left Violence in the United States and WestGermany.Cornell University, PhD, 1998.Walsh, James Francis, Jr.Social Movements and Social Reality: Rhetorical Discourse in Revolutionary GuerrillaWarfare.Purdue University, PhD, 1982.
    • (72) Wesley, M.S.Bandannas And Blue Helmets; An Analysis Of United Nations-Insurgent RelationsAfter The Cold War.St Andrews University, PhD, 1996.(73) Williams, Shahron Gwendolyne.Insurgency Terrorism: Attitudes, Behaviour and Response.City University of New York, PhD, 1980.(74) Willis, R.The Ideology of British Insurgency and its Reverberations.Birmingham, MA, 1979.F. Vigilante Terrorism(76) Androshick, Julianne.Terror Against Terror: An Analysis of in Two Settler Communities.University of St Andrews, MPhil, 1991.(77) Drabble, John.Cointelpro-White Hate, the FBI, and the Cold War Political Consensus.University of California, Berkeley, PhD, 1997.(78) Feldman, Glenn Alan.The Ku Klux Klan in Alabama, 1915-1954.Auburn University, PhD, 1996.(79) Gendzel, Glen.Vigilantes and Boosters: Social Memory and Progressive Political Cultures in SanFrancisco and Los Angeles, 1900-1920.University of Wisconsin: Madison, PhD, 1998.(80) Howard, Walter Thomas.Vigilante Justice: Extra-Legal Executions in Florida, 1930-1940.Florida State University, PhD, 1987.(81) Lalande, Jeffrey Max.It Cant Happen Here in Oregon: the Jackson County Rebellion, 1932-1933, and its1890s-1920s Background.University of Oregon, PhD, 1993.(82) Miller, Alan S.Social Influences on Attitudes Toward Justifiable Violence.California State University Dominguez Hills, PhD, 1986.
    • (83) Morris, Mark Noland.Saving Society Through Politics: the Ku Klux Klan in Dallas, Texas, in the 1920s.University of North Texas, PhD, 1997.(84) Shults, Jane Beemer.The Ku Klux Klan in Downey During the 1920s.California State University, Long Beach, PhD, 1991.(85) Tetelman, Michael Stanley.We Can: Black Politics in Cradock, South Africa, 1948-1985.Northwestern University, PhD, 1997.(86) Williams, Lou Falkner.The Great South Carolina Ku Klux Klan Trials, 1871-1872.University of Florida, PhD, 1991.G. Other Types of Terrorism(88) Irvin, Cynthia Lorraine.Paramilitary Politics in Parliamentary Democracies: Militant Nationalism in Irelandand Spain.Duke University, PhD, 1993.(89) Manning, Carol Ann.The Role of A Decision Makers Perspective in the Generation and Assessment ofActions in A Conflict Situation.University of Oklahoma, PhD, 1983.(90) Montgomery, Tracy.The Development of Maritime Terrorism As A Threat to the InternationalCommunity.University of St Andrews, MLitt, 1993.(91) Rinehart, James Forrest.Revolution and the Millennium: A Comparative, Historical, and Analytical Study ofthe Functions of Millenarianism in the Chinese, Mexican, and Iranian Revolutions.Syracuse University, PhD, 1993.(92) Schesch, Adam Bertram.Popular Mobilization During Revolutionary and Resistance Wars: Vietnam, China,Yugoslavia, Ireland, and Algeria.University of Wisconsin: Madison, PhD, 1994.
    • (93) Simon, Michael Paul Patrick.Indigenous Peoples in Developed Fragment Societies: A Comparative Analysis ofInternal Colonialism in the United States, Canada and Northern Ireland.University of Arizona, PhD, 1986.H. Terroristic Activities, by Region and Country1. Western Europe General(94) Donald J.The Rise and Fall of Military Regimes in Southern Europe: A Comparative Analysis ofthe Recent Greek, Turkish, Spanish and Portugese Cases.Georgetown University, PhD, 1992.(95) Chalk, Peter Andrew James.Squaring the Circle: West European Terrorism, EC/EU Counter-Terrorism and LiberalDemocratic Acceptability.University of British Columbia, PhD, 1995.(96) Coomber, Matthew.European Community Co-operation Against Terrorism: Past Experiences and FutureProspects.Institute Unknown, Degree Unknown, Date Unknown.(97) Costopoulos, E.G.The Concept Of A Pluralistic Security Community: An Attempt To Apply It To TheEuropean Union Case.University of St Andrews, MPhil, 1995.(98) Davies, Garth James.Political Terrorism in Western Europe, 1965-1990: Event Count Analyses of a Macro-Structural ModelSimon Fraser University, PhD, 1994. (98)(99) Flemming, Peter Alexander.Patterns of Transnational Terrorism in Western Europe, 1968-1987: A QuantitativePerspective.Purdue University, PhD, 1992.(100) Harmon, Christopher Connolly.The Red and the Black: Collusion Between Leftist and Rightist Terrorists in Europe.Claremont Graduate School, PhD, 1984.
    • (101) Khatami, Siamak.Ethnoterritorial Political Conflict in France and Spain.University of Kansas, PhD, 1992.(102) Marauhn, T.Building A European Security And Defense Identity - The Evolving RelationshipBetween The WEU And The European Union.Aberystwth, MPhil, 1995.(103) Pilat, Joseph Francis.Demons, Demigods and Democrats: European Images of European RevolutionaryTerrorismGeorgetown University, PhD, 1982.1.1. Germany(104) Elliott, John D.Terrorism in West Germany.George Washington University, PhD, 1981.(105) Friedman, Jonathan Charles.The Lion and the Star: Gentile-Jewish Relations in Three Hessian Towns, FrankfurtAm Main, Giessen, and Geisenheim, 1919-1945.University of Maryland College Park, PhD, 1996.(106) Grant, Matthew Todd.Critical Intellectuals and the New Media: Bernward Vesper, Ulrike Meinhof, theFrankfurt School and the Red Army Faction.Cornell University, PhD, 1994.(107) Jackson, Christopher Rea.Industrial Labour Between Revolution and Repression: Labour Law and Society inGermany, 1918-1945.Harvard University, PhD, 1993.(108) King, Michael J.The Growth of Police Powers in the Federal Republic of Germany: An Analysis of theRelations of the State, Legitimation and Coercion.University of Wales, PhD, 1987.(109) Lewis, Rand Charles.Right-wing Extremism in West Germany, 1945-1989: A Nazi Legacy.University of Idaho, PhD, 1990.
    • (110) McGowan, Ivor Lee.Remnants of An Unwelcome Past: the Existence of Neo-National Socialism in theFederal Republic of Germany.University of Reading, PhD, 1991.(111) Miller, Bowman Howard.The Language Component of Terrorism Strategy: A Text-based, Linguistic Case Studyof Contemporary German Terrorism.Georgetown University, PhD, 1983.(112) Scharlau, B.A.Left-wing Terrorism in the Federal Republic of Germany.University of St Andrews, PhD, 1992. (112)(113) Von Dirke, Sabine Beatrice.Meer Fantasie - Und Muscheln! the Politics of Aesthetics in the West GermanCounterculture From the Student Movement to the Greens.Stanford University, PhD, 1991.1.2. France(114) Berry, D.G.The Response of the French Anarchist Movement to the Russian Revolution (1917-24) and to the Spanish Revolution and Civil (1936- 39).Sussex, PhD, 1989.(115) Dartnell, Michael York.Mirror of Violence: the Revolutionary Terrorism of Action Directe As An Element inthe Evolution of French Political Culture, 1979-1987.York University, PhD, 1993.(116) Harrington, Donald Bruce.French Historians and the Terror: The Origins, Development, and Present-day Fate ofthe These Du Complot and the These Des Circonstances.University of Connecticut, PhD, 1970.(117) Jacob, James Edwin, IV.The Basques and Occitans of France: A Comparative Study in Ethnic Militancy.Cornell University, PhD, 1979.(118) Short, Jeffrey Larrabee.The Lantern and the Scaffold: the Debate on Violence in Revolutionary France, April-October 1789.State University of New York At Binghamton, PhD, 1991.
    • (119) Thomas, Terry Elizabeth.Une Terreur Tricolore: French Intellectuals and the Terrorist Temptation.University of Washington, PhD, 1996.1.3. Ireland(121) Addison, W.M.R.Northern Ireland and CI/CT.Institute Unknown, MLitt, 1983.(122) Alexander, Joyce Millicent.An Analysis of Conflict in Northern Ireland.University of Pennsylvania, PhD, 1976.(123) Balthrop, Virgil William."British Thugs - Fenian Bastards": A Rhetorical Analysis of the Crisis in NorthernIreland.University of Kansas, PhD, 1978.(124) Bentley-Mussen, Joan Adele.Revolution in Northern Ireland? A Case Study.American University, PhD, 1985.(125) Beresford, P.C.F.M.The Official IRA and Republican Clubs in Northern Ireland 1968-1974: and TheirRelations with Other Political and Paramilitary Groups.Exeter, PhD, 1979.(126) Brown, Jill.Stress, Appraisal and Coping: a Study of the Northern Ireland Fire.Queens University Belfast, PhD, 1996.(127) Caroll, Terrance George.Political Activists in Disaffected Communities: Dissidence, Disobedience andRebellion in Northern Ireland.Carleton University, PhD, 1975.(128) Cochrane, Feargal Eamonn.The Unionist Response to the Anglo-Irish Agreement.Queens University Belfast, PhD, 1992.(129) Cronin, Sean Gerard.The Ideology of the IRA and the Roots of Conflict in Northern Ireland.New School for Social Research, PhD, 1979.
    • (130) Cunningham, William G.Conflict Theory and the Conflict in Northern Ireland.University of Auckland, MLitt, 1998.(131) Curtin, Nancy Jean.The Origins of Irish Republicanism: the United Irishmen in Dublin and Ulster, 1791-1798.University of Wisconsin: Madison, PhD, 1988.(132) Degregory, Jerry Louis.The Protestant Leaders of Northern Ireland: Their Perceptions of the Conflict.University of Missouri: Columbia, PhD, 1983.(133) Devlin, J.G.The Resistible Rise of Republicanism.Queens University Belfast, PhD, 1989.(134) Downey, James Earl.Conflict and Crime in Northern Ireland.Bowling Green State University, PhD, 1978.(135) Duffy, U.M.Group Identity and Intergroup Perceptions in Northern Ireland.Queens University Belfast, MSc, 1989.(136) Feeney, Vincent Edward.From Reform to Resistance: A History of the Civil Rights Movement in NorthernIreland.University of Washington, PhD, 1974.(137) Feldman, Allen.Formations of Violence: the Body, Narrativity and Political Terror in Northern Ireland.New School for Social Research, PhD, 1988.(138) Flynn, Patrick Joseph.Northern Ireland: A Case Study in Internal War.Catholic University of America, PhD, 1977.(139) Foy, Michael Thomas.The Ulster Volunteer Force: its Domestic Development and Political Importance inthe Period 1913 to 1920.Queens University Belfast, PhD, 1986.
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    • (151) Macdonald, Michael Douglas.Children of Wrath: Political Violence in Northern Ireland.University of California: Berkeley, PhD, 1983.(152) Maciver, Martha Abele.Militant Protestant Political Ideology: Ian Paisley and the Reformation Tradition.University of Michigan, PhD, 1984.(153) Magee, C.G.Uses and Abuses of Law: Political Violence, Law and State in Ireland Since 1922.Trinity College: Dublin, PhD, 1987.(154) Maguire, M.G.A Community At War: the Irish in Britain and the War of Independence.Surrey, PhD, 1985.(155) McCready, S.H.An Evaluation of Community Action Taken by the Ulster Workers Council in thePeriod May 14-28, 1974.Manchester, MEd, 1987.(156) McElroy, T.G.Catholic Church and the Northern Ireland Crisis 1968-1986.Trinity College: Dublin, PhD, 1988.(157) McKinley, Michael.The Ulster Question in International Politics.Australian National University, PhD, 1980.(158) Mitchell, Elizabeth Jean.Class and Ethnicity in the Perpetuation of Conflict in Northern Ireland.Rutgers University, PhD, 1991.(159) Mulvihill, Robert Francis.Attitudes Toward Political Violence: A Survey of Catholics and Protestants inLondonderry, Northern Ireland.University of Pennsylvania, PhD, 1979.(160) Murphy, S.F.Conflict and Conflict Regulation in Northern Ireland, October 1968 to November1985.Aberystwyth, PhD, 1987.(161) Murphy, N.The Implications Of European Integration For The Northern Ireland Conflict.University College, Dublin, MA, 1995.
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    • (382) Robinson, Geoffrey Basil.The Politics of Violence in Modern Bali, 1882-1966.Cornell University, PhD, 1992.(384) Stanborough, P.E.War by Committee: Counter-Insurgency, the Malayan Example, 1948- 1957.Oxford, MLitt, 1987.(385) Stid, D.D.The Theory and Practice of US Counter-Insurgency Strategy During the Vietnam Era.Oxford, MPhil, 1988.(386) Sudjatmiko, Iwan Gardono.The Destruction of the Indonesian Communist Party (A Comparative Analysis of EastJava and Bali).Harvard University, PhD, 1992.(387) Sulistyo, Hermawan.The Forgotten Years: the Missing History of Indonesias Mass Slaughter.Arizona State University, PhD, 1997.(388) Um, Khatharya.Brotherhood of the Pure: Nationalism and Communism in Cambodia.University of California: Berkeley, PhD, 1990.(389) Wongtrangan, Kanok.Communist Revolutionary Process: A Study of the Communist Party of Thailand.The Johns Hopkins University, PhD, 1982.(390) Worobec, Stephen Francis.International Narcotics Control in the Golden Triangle of Southeast Asia.Claremont Graduate School, PhD, 1984.(383) Zarougui, M.Propaganda and Psychological Warfare in Guerrilla and Counter Guerrilla Warfare:the Malayan Emergency 1948-1960.Reading, PhD, 1992. (383)4.3 Japan(391) Katayama,Y.Terrorism in Japan Since 1969: A Study of the Activities of the Japanese Red Army.Aberdeen, PhD, 1989.
    • (392) Yasko, Guy Thomas.The Japanese Student Movement, 1968-1970: the Zenkyoto Uprising.Cornell University, PhD, 1997.5. Africa, General(396) Bariagaber, Assefaw.Political Violence, Refugee Situations, and the Internationalization of RegionalConflicts: A Six Nation Analysis.Southern Illinois University At Carbondale, PhD, 1990.(397) Cheatham, Marcus.Conflict-Related Famine in Africa 1967-1992: The Political Economy of Food and War.Michigan State University, PhD, 1993.(398) Debeche, Ismail.The Role of China in International Relations: the Impact of Ideology on Foreign Policywith Special Reference to Sino-African Relations (1949- 1986).University of York, PhD, 1987.(399) Kempton, Daniel Robert.Soviet Strategy Toward African National Liberation Movements.University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, PhD, 1988.(400) Uche, Chukwudum.Political Violence in Black Africa: 1957-1968.University of Chicago, PhD, 1972.5.1. Northern Africa(408) Belkheiri, A.US-Algerian Relations, 1954-1980: Balance Between Interest and Principle.Exeter, PhD, 1987.(409) Bennamia, A.The Palestine Issue in Algerian Foreign Policy, 1962-1978.Exeter, PhD, 1988.(410) Derradji, A.The Algerian Guerrilla Campaign Strategy and Tactics.Reading, PhD, 1989.(411) Harrison, Alexander.An Oral History Approach to the Study of The Counter-Revolution in Algeria, 1954-1962.New York University, PhD, 1980.
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    • (424) Mekasha, Getachew.Haile Selassie the First and the Last: Anatomy of A Revolution.Claremont Graduate School, PhD, 1980.(425) Mitchell, C.R.The Dispute Over the Northern Frontier District of Kenya, 1963-1967: A Study inStrategies of Conflict Resolution.London: University College, PhD, 1971-72.(426) ODuffy, Brendan.Regime Repression and Dissident Reaction: Sub- From 1975 to 1982.McGill University, MA, 1989.(427) Sambo, Wasihi Adesina.Group Violence and Governmental Response: A Nigerian Case-study.State University of New York At Buffalo, PhD, 1983.(428) Sherman, Richard Fredric.Eritrea in Revolution.Brandeis University, PhD, 1980.(429) Sishagne, Shumet.Discord and Fragmentation in Eritrean Politics, 1941-1981.University of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign, PhD, 1992.5.3. Southern Africa(430) Al-Khaledi, Murdhi Awad Nassar.Coercive Diplomacy: the Nkomati Accord Between Mozambique and South Africa: AStudy of the Reactions of the Front Line States and the Effectiveness andImplications of the Accord.University of Kent At Canterbury, PhD, 1990.(431) Bollinger, Virginia L.Development Strategys Impact on Ethnically-based Political Violence: A TheoreticalFramework with Comparative Applications to Zambia, Guinea-Bissau andMozambique.University of Colorado At Boulder, PhD, 1984.(432) Cilliers, Jacobus Kamfer.A Critique on Selected Aspects of the Rhodesian Security Forces Counter-InsurgencyStrategy: 1972-1980.University of South Africa, MA, 1982.(433) Davis, Stephen M.Season of War: Insurgency in South Africa 1977-1980.Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy - Tufts University, PhD, 1982.
    • (434) Dobell, Lauren.New Lamps for Old? The Evolution of SWAPOs Philosophy of Development, 1960-1991.Queens University Kingston, MA, 1992.(435) Dorabji, Elena Venturini.South African National Congress: Change From Non-violence to Sabotage Between1952 and 1964.University of California: Berkeley, PhD, 1979.(436) Fitton, R.Interactions Between the USA and the USSR in the Third World: A Case Study ofAngola, 1974-76.Leeds, PhD, 1987.(437) Fitzhenry, R.Social Sources of the Politics of Resistance and Repression in Southern Africa: theCase of Southern Rhodesia, 1945-1964.Southampton, MPhil, 1970-71.(438) Friedland, Elaine Alice.A Comparative Study of the Development of Revolutionary Nationalist Movements inSouthern Africa: Frelimo (Mozambique. and the African National Congress of SouthAfrica.City University of New York, PhD, 1980.(439) Hansen, Carol Rae.South Africa As A Force for Regional Stability Or Instability.Harvard University, PhD, 1985.(440) Ingram, N.H.South Africas Counter-Insurgency Strategy, 1975-1984.York, MPhil, 1988.(441) Lazerson, Joshua Nathaniel.The Communist Party of South Africa, the Springbok Legion and the South AfricanCongress of Democrats: Democratic Whites in the South African LiberationMovement, 1942-1964.Northwestern University, PhD, 1990.(442) Le Roux, Cornelius Johannes Brink.Umkhonto We Sizwe: its Role in the ANCs Onslaught Against White Domination inSouth Africa, 1961-1988.University of Pretoria, DPhil, 1992.
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    • 6. Latin America, General(461) Brysk, A.The Political Impact of Argentinas Human Rights Movements: Social Movements,Transition and Democratization.Stanford University, PhD, 1990.(462) Carleton, David Edward.Political Repression and Monetarist Stabilization in Post-war Argentina, Brazil, andMexico.Purdue University, PhD, 1986.(463) Garza, Roberto Montes.Determinants of Political Violence in Latin America: A Cross- national Time SeriesAnalysis, 1973-1982.Purdue University, PhD, 1990.(464) Gonzalez-Parra, Claudio Juan.The Development of Human Rights Organizations: A Comparative Analysis of PoliticalResistance in Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay.University of Denver, PhD, 1993.(465) Pasyn, D. The Soviet Attitude To Political And Social Change In CentralAmerican 1979-1990, Case Studies: Nicaragua, El Salvador And Guatemala.London, School Of Slavonic And East European Studies, MPhil, 1996.(466) Prillaman, William Charles.Judicial Reform and Democratic Consolidation in Latin America.University of Virginia, PhD, 1998.(467) Robertson, John Michael.Nationalism, Revolution and Narcotics Trafficking in Latin America.University of Virginia, PhD, 1993.(468) Ryan, Jeffrey John.The Dynamics of Latin American Insurgencies: 1956-1986.Rice University, PhD, 1989.(470) Stein, Rosa Emilia Rodriguez.Collective Action in Peripheral Nations: A Comparative Analysis of Five CentralAmerican Countries.University of Arizona, PhD, 1989.
    • (471) Watson, John Conway.Social Mobilization, Economic Development, Political Institutionalization, andPolitical Violence in South America: A Test of Huntingtons Theory.University of New Orleans, PhD, 1981.(472) West, Gerald Thomas.The Dimensions of Political Violence in Latin America, 1949-1964: An EmpiricalStudy.University of Pennsylvania, PhD, 1973.(473) Wickham-Crowley, Timothy Patrick.A Sociological Analysis of Latin American Guerrilla Movements, 1956- 1970.Cornell University, PhD, 1981.6.1. Argentina(474) Filc, Judith.Representations of Family and Practices of Resistance Against ArgentineDictatorship, 1976-1983.University of Pennsylvania, PhD, 1994.(475) Luque De Penazzi, Cecilia Ines.Argentina: Networks and Literary Practices. Under Authoritarian Regimes (1966-1983).University of Minnesota, PhD, 1994.(476) McGee, Sandra F.The Social Origins of Counter-Revolution in Argentina, 1900-1932.University of Florida, PhD, 1979.(477) Moyano, Maria Jose.Armed Struggle in Argentina, 1969-1979.Yale University, PhD, 1990.(478) Smith, William Clair, Jr.Crisis of the State and Military-Authoritarian Rule In Argentina, 1966-1973.Stanford University, PhD, 1980.6.2. Brazil(480) Duncan, Baretta, Silvio Rogerio.Political Violence and RegimeChange: A Study of the 1893 Civil War in SouthernBrazil.University of Pittsburgh, PhD, 1985.
    • 6.3. Uruguay(483) Buchert, Beverly Jean.The Tupamaros: Anomalies of Guerrilla War.University of Kansas, PhD, 1979.(484) Rizowy, Carlos Guillermo.The Effects of Support Withdrawal in Uruguays Political System: The TupamaroGuerrilla Warfare, 1960-1973.University of Chicago, PhD, 1981.6.4. Other Latin-American Countries(486) Adams, Tyrone Leman.Terror-Rhetoric: An Historical-Critical Account of Peruvian President AlbertoFujimoris Coercive and Rhetorical Responses to Shining Paths Paths InternationalTerrorism Campaign Following the Suspension of Parliament, April 1992-December1993.Florida State University, PhD, 1995.(487) Belanger, Joseph Marc.Rethinking Political Culture: Counter-Insurgency, Democracy, and Political Identity inGuatemala.University of Massachusetts, PhD, 1993.(488) Bolsterli, Eric J.Lyndon Baines Johnson and the Panama Crisis of 1964.University of Arkansas, PhD, 1998.(489) Byrne, Hugh Gregory.The Problem of Revolution: a Study of Strategies of Insurgency and Counter-Insurgency in El Salvadors Civil War, 1981-1991.University of California, Los Angeles, PhD, 1994.(490) Chernick, Marc William.Insurgency and Negotiations: Defining the Boundaries of the Political Regime inColombia.Columbia University, PhD, 1991.(491) Chiri, Adolfo F.Fiduciary Democracy: the Economic Linkage to the Political System in Peru in the1990s.University of Miami, PhD, 1997.
    • (492) Demarest, Geoffrey Barclay.Officer Role Conception and Military Government in Latin America: A Case Study ofColombia.University of Denver, PhD, 1989.(493) Dujmovic, Nicholas.All Rights Are Not for Them: The Totalitarian Temptation and its Failure inRevolutionary Grenada, 1973-1983.Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy - Tufts University, PhD, 1996.(494) Ferrell, Jack Russell.Economic and Governmental Factors in Political Violence: A Cross- National Analysisand Case Study of El Salvador.University of Arizona, PhD, 1989.(495) Hall, Michael R.Sugar and Power: Eisenhower, Kennedy, and the Trujillos, 1958-1962.Ohio University, PhD, 1996.(496) Holtey, Joseph Charles.The MNR Party and the Villarroel Administration: 1943-46.Arizona State University, PhD, 1980.(497) Hubers, Paul Brian.Nonviolence in Violence: Approaches to International Conflict Resolution in CostaRica.The American University, PhD, 1991.(498) Kasten, Aleyda Veru.Extent and Nature of the Soviet Presence in Nicaragua.Georgetown University, PhD, 1990.(499) Lacharite, Norman A.Political Violence in Guatemala, 1963-1967: its Social, Economic, Political, andHistorical Origins, and its Patterns and Sequences.American University, PhD, 1973.(500) Macaulay, Neill Webster, Jr.Sandino and the Marines: Guerrilla Warfare in Nicaragua, 1927-1933.University of Texas At Austin, PhD, 1965.(501) Mauceri, Philip.State Under Siege: The Weak State and Lower Class Mobilization in Peru, 1973-1990.Columbia University, PhD, 1991.
    • (502) May, Rachel Ann.The Effects of Political Violence on the Development of Popular Movements:Guatemalan Campesino Organizations, 1954-1985.Tulane University, PhD, 1993.(503) Nepstad, Sharon Erickson.Nicaragua Libre: High-risk Activism in the United States-Nicaragua SolidarityMovement.University of Colorado at Boulder, PhD, 1996.(504) Peguero, Valentina.Trujillo and the Military: Organization, Modernization and Control of the DominicanArmed Forces, 1916-1961.Columbia University, PhD, 1993.(505) Power, Margaret Macdonald.Right Wing Women and Chilean Politics: 1964-1973.University of Illinois at Chicago, PhD, 1997.(506) Siles, Juan Ignacio.The New Man and the Kingdom of God: Ideological Background of the BolivianNarrative of the Guerrilla War (Spanish Text).University of Georgia, PhD, 1992.(507) Smith-Nonini, Sandra Carol.Insurgent Health, Low-intensity Medicine: Containing the Threat of GrassrootsDevelopment in El Salvador.University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, PhD, 1998.(508) Snodgrass, T.Urban Insurgency: Observations Based on the Venezuelan Experience 1960-1964.Austin, Texas, MA, 1972.(509) Solaun, Mauricio.Political Violence in Colombia.University of Chicago, PhD, 1971.(510) Stanley, William Deane.The Elite Politics of State Terrorism in El Salvador.Massachusetts Institute of Technology, PhD, 1991.(511) Starbuck, William Cheshire.Narcotics Trafficking As Narco-Insurgency in Colombia and Myanmar, A ComparativeAnalysis.University of Southern California, PhD, 1993.
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    • 7. North America(522) Mitchell, Thomas Harold.Politically-Motivated Terrorism in North America: The Threat and the Response.Carleton University, PhD, 1986.7.1. Canada(523) Beno, Ernest B.Candaian Public Policy for Countering Terrorism.Queens University Kingston, MA, 1990.(524) Crelinsten, Ronald D.Limits to Criminal Justice in the Control of Insurgent Political Violence: A Case Studyof the October Crisis of 1970.University of Montreal, PhD, 1985.(525) Flowers, Mary Kathryn.Authority Relations and Legitimacy: A Conflict Analysis of Quebec Nationalism.New York University, PhD, 1980.(526) Klaehn, Jeffery Jason.Corporate Hegemony: the Institutional Nature of Canadian Complicity in the EastTimor Genocide.University of Guelph, PhD, 1995.(527) Mair, Debra Louise.National Conflict Agenda Setting: Explaining Ethnic Content on the Conflict Agendaof Quebec.University of Michigan, PhD, 1988.(528) Redlick, Amy Sands.The Impact of Transnational Interactions on Terrorism: A Case Study of the QuebecTerrorist Movement.Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy - Tufts University, PhD, 1977.(529) Russell, J. Stuart.National Security in Canada: A Critical Perspective of the States Talisman.University of Ottawa, LLM, 1990. (529)(530) Singer,.H.L.Institutionalization of Protest: the Quebec Separatist Movement.New York University, PhD, 1976.
    • (531) White, Scott James.Canadian Counter and Anti-terrorism Policy Responding to Terrorism Within ALiberal Democracy.University of Guelph, MA, 1993.7.2. United States(532) Boles, Elizabeth Mary.Out of the Woodwork: the Challenge of Revolutionary Change to US Foreign Policy.University of California: Berkeley, PhD, 1989.(533) Edwards, Patricia Bowman.The Rhetorical Strategies and Tactics of the Black Panther Party As A Social-ChangeMovement: 1966-1973.University of North Texas, MS, 1974.(534) Flanery, Craig Donold.Dominance and Resistance Language in the 1992 Los Angeles Rebellion/Riot.University of California, Irvine, PhD, 1996.(535) Fowler, David J.Egregious Villains, Wood Rangers, and London Traders: the Pine RobberPhenomenon in New Jersey During the Revolutionary War.Rutgers University, PhD, 1987.(536) Gaines, J.A.Domestic Political Violence in America.Oxford, BLitt, 1975.(537) Hill, Lance Edward.The Deacons for Defense and Justice: Armed Self-Defense and the Civil RightsMovement.Tulane University, PhD, 1997.(538) Honick, Amalia Fried.The National Security Adviser: Policy Change and Crisis Management.The Johns Hopkins University, PhD, 1987.(539) Hopkins, Charles William.The Deradicalization of the Black Panther Party: 1967 - 1973.University of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, PhD, 1978.(540) Matin-Asgari, Afshin.A History of the Iranian Student Movement Abroad: the Confederation of IranianStudents/National Union.University of California: Los Angeles, PhD, 1993.
    • (541) Newton, Huey Percy.War Against the Panthers: A Study of Repression in America.University of California: Santa Cruz, PhD, 1980.(542) OBrien, Howard Eugene.How the United States Army Military Police School Supports the National DrugControl Strategy.George Mason University, PhD, 1996.(543) Phillips, Jimmy Virl.The Future of International Terrorism in California.California State University Fullerton, MA, 1988.(544) Price, Barrye La Troye.King to King: a Study of Civil Unrest and Federal Intervention from 1968 to 1992.Texas A&M University, PhD, 1997.(545) Reisz J.B.A Theory on Terrorist Activity in America and its Effect on the United States Army US.US Army Command and General Staff College, Masters Thesis, 1979.(546) Ross, Richard J.A Study of Criminal Justice Policy As it Relates to Terrorism Within the.University of Southern California, DPA, 1990.(547) Stewart, Helen L.Buffering: The Leadership Style of Huey P.Brandeis University, PhD, 1980.(548) Tierney, Kevin Beirne.American - Cuban Relations 1957-1963.Syracuse University, PhD, 1979.(549) Tinney, James S.A Theoretical and Historical Comparison of Black Political and Religious Movements.Howard University, PhD, 1978.(550) Tyler, Bruce Michael.Black Radicalism in Southern California, 1950-1982.University of California: Los Angeles, PhD, 1983.(551) Umoja, Akinyele Kambon.Eye for an Eye: the Role of Armed Resistance in the Mississippi Freedom Movement.Emory University, PhD, 1996.
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    • Author IndexAbdollahi, A: 659 Batroukha, M.E: 664 Cabert, H: 300Abdulrahim, D: 588 Bauhn, P.R: 589 Callahan, M.P.ia: 358Abed-Kotob, S.H: 290 Beecroft, D.R: 1 Campbell, C.S: 2Adam, F.C: 580 Belanger, J.M: 487 Campbell, J.F: 590Adams, H.E: 711 Belkheiri, A: 408 Campbell, C: 633Adams, T.L: 486 Bennamia, A: 409 Campbell, J: 3Addison, W.M.R: 121 Beno, E.B: 523 Campos, C.C: 359Adinkrah, M: 619 Bentley-Mussen, J.A: Canfield, R.B: 4Adlzarrabi, M: 291 124 Carleton, D.E: 462Adwan, A.I: 260 Beresford, P.C.F.M: Carlson, J.R: 751Aines, R.C: 245 125 Caroll, T: 127Al-Jabir, Z.M: 660 Berry, D.G: 114 Carrurs, S.L: 667Al-Khaledi, M.A.N: 430 Bielinski, E: 765 Cass, S.J.R: 300AAl-Aqidi, I.M: 292 Bisharat, E: 262 Celmer, M.A: 722Al-Yousif, Y.A: 261 Bjereld, U.I: 193 Chadwick, E: 634Al-Anqari, A: 293 Blakesley, C.L: 631 Chalk, P.A.J: 95Al Rajhi, S.A: 235 Blechman, B.M: 749 Chan, H.Y.S: 360Alberts, D.J: 94 Blood, R: 665 Chapman, C.F: 602Alexander, J.M: 122 Bob, C.A: 666 Charnbhumidol, P: 361Alghamdi, A.A: 720 Boles, E.M: 532 Charters, D.L.A: 263Alhamwi, M: 236 Bollinger, L: 431 Chasdi, R.J: 5Ali, A.K: 237 Bolsterli, E.J: 488 Chavanich, C: 362Alkadiri, R: 294 Boniece, Sally.A: 202 Cheatham, M: 397Alon, H: 748 Book, Don: 781 Chen, K: 668Anderson, S.K: 295 Boomgaard, M.C: 194 Chernick, M.W: 490Androshick, J: 76 Bor, A: 248 Chiri, A.F: 491Aoude, I.G: 296 Bowen, C.P: 851 Choi, J: 805Arthur, P.A: 420 Boyle, F.A: 632 Chryssoherakis, C.A:Asi, M.O: 661 Brask, J.J: 356 806Aston, C.A.C: 804 Bridgman, R: 357 Chung, D.Y: 635Avedon, R.E: 850 Brophy-Baermann, B.E: Cilliers, J.K: 432Awadallah, B.I: 246 558 Clark, D.J: 752Awwad, A.M: 247 Brown, Jill: 126 Clements, E: 669Azzam, M: 297 Brungs, B.J: 782 Cline, J: 6Azzi, A.E: 33 Bryett, K: 750 Cochrane, F.E: 128Badii, N: 662 Brysk, A: 461 Connelly, R.W: 807Baer, G: 630 Buchert, B.J: 483 Connolly, P.M: 783Bale, J.M: 181 Buchsbajew, A: 203 Constance, W: 723Balis, M.A: 355 Buckelew, A.H: 721 Conway, M: 195Balthrop, V.W: 123 Buckingham, L.A: 182 Cook, W.J: 808Barclay, J.T: 298 Burant, S.R: 204 Cooke, G.E: 670Bariagaber, A: 396 Burayzat, M.S: 299 Coomber, M: 96Barnathan, J: 663 Bush, K: 332 Corbett, J.R: 671Barnett, D.L: 421 Byrne, H.G: 489 Cordiner, T: 47
    • Cornelius, D.A: 672 Dowling, R.E: 676 Friedman, J.C: 105Costopoulos, E.G: 97 Downey, J.E: 134 Friestad, D.E: 728Covert, L.A.S: 712 Drabble, J: 77 Fu, Hung-der: 50Cox, G.M: 636 Drake, C.J.M: 613 Fulton, J: 140Cox, D.C: 620 Draznin, J: 677 Funk, C.D: 250Coy, P.G: 333 Duffy, U.M: 135 Furedi, F: 422Creed, J.C: 264 Dujmovic, N: 493 Furmanski, L.S: 141Crelinsten, R.D: 524 Duncan, B.S.R: 480 Gabriel, T.P.C: 337Crenshaw, W.A: 809 Dunnage, J.M: 183 Gaines, J.A: 536Cronin, S.G: 129 Durand, H.J: 812 Gal-Or, N: 729Crump, J.B: 798 Duyker, E.A.J: 335 Gallagher, A.M: 142Cubert, H.M: 238 Edwards, P.B: 533 Ganji, G: 239Cumings, R.A: 673 Eghbarieh, M.A: 249 Garza, R.M: 463Cunningham, W.G: 130 El-Nimr, S.F: 303 Geifman, A: 205Curtin, N.J: 131 El-Masri, S.D: 304 Gelbart, M: 784Da Silva, M.M: 186 El-Nimr, S.F: 267 Gendzel, G: 79Dabbeus, D: 674 Elliott, J.D: 104 Gerolymatos, A: 196Damask, N.A: 612 Ellis, K.C: 305 Ghandour, N.H: 678Dane, L.F: 591 Elomari, H.K: 268 Gharabaghi, K: 240Daneshvar, P: 301 Ethier, R: 813 Ghodbane, B: 679Dartnell, M: 115 Evans, E.H: 725 Gilbert, D.B: 60Darwish, A.A: 810 Evison, J: 592 Gilks, A.D.M: 363Dastoor, T.J: 334 Farrell, W.R: 726 Gillespie, P.N: 143Davies, J.L: 302 Fattig, R.C: 48 Gilman, B: 10Davies, G.J: 98 Fayadh, J.A: 766 Ginger, J.D: 730Davies, T.R: 35 Feeney, V.E: 136 Gist, F.J: 814Davis, S.M: 433 Feiveson, H.A: 852 Gold-Biss, M: 11Davis, H.G: 637 Feldman, A: 137 Gonzalez-Parra, C.J:Debeche, I: 398 Feldman, G.A: 78 464Degregory, J.L: 132 Ferrell, J.R: 494 Goodson, L.P: 338Demarest, G.B: 492 Filc, J: 474 Goren, R.C: 206Denton, F.H: 7 Finn, J.E: 37 Gowin, W.C: 785Derradji, A: 410 Finney, L.D: 9 Grant, M.T: 106Deshong, H.C: 724 Fitton, R: 436 Gratton, P.J: 61Desloover, M.M: 36 Fitzhenry, R: 437 Greenberg, D.R: 731Devlin, J.G: 133 Flanery, C.D: 534 Greer, S.C: 144Devlin, Jill: 811 Fleischmann, S.K: 306 Greyling, R.J: 614Devlin, J: 59 Flemming, P.A: 99 Greyling, R.J: 815Dhaher, A: 265 Flowers, M.K: 525 Grossenbacher, R: 795Digeorgio-Lutz, J.A: 266 Flynn, P.J: 138 Habib-Doulabi, M: 638Djilas, A: 221 Fowler, D.J: 535 Hadar, L.T: 656Dobell, L: 434 Foxell, J.W: 727 Hahn, K.S: 145Dobkin, B.A: 675 Foy, M.T: 139 Hall, G.J.L: 62Dolive, H.C: 8 Francis, S: 336 Hall, D.L.G: 146Dominguez Iribarren, Freeman, J.D: 49 Hall, M.R: 495F: 187 Freiberg, J.W: 38 Hall, D.J: 269Dorabji, E.V: 435 Friedland, E.A: 438
    • Hamilton-Tweedale, B: Hull, R.H.: 147 Kirkaldy, J: 687680 Hutchinson, M.C: 412 Kissane, T.P: 19Hamilton, L.C: 713 Huxley, S.D: 197 Kiteme, B.C: 208Hamilton, C.A: 816 Hyland, M.F: 148 Klaehn, J.J: 526Hanle, D.J: 12 Ingram, N.H: 440 Kleff, R: 274Hansen, C.R: 439 Irvin, C.L: 88 Klima, A: 371Harbert, J.R: 13 Ittayem, M.S: 271 Knutson, L.K: 454Harmon, C.C: 100 Jackson, C.R: 107 Kocher, C.H: 40Harper, T.N: 364 Jacob, J.E: 117 Kostelny, K.L: 595Harrington, D.B: 116 Jacobson, C.E: 252 Krassacopoulos, M.N:Harris, R.B: 753 Jaeger, K: 823 41Harris, A.J: 764 Jakob, J.A: 824 Krepinevich, A.F: 757Harris, J.R: 207 James, R.D: 767 Kroger, D.P: 64Harris, S.L: 817 Jefferson, J.K: 367A Kubiak, A.J: 42Harrison, A: 411 Johnson, R.G: 755 Kuhn, T.M: 769Harvie, R.A.T: 593 Johnson, H.O: 307 Kulchycky, P: 209Hasan, J.M: 818 Jones, P.D: 768 Kumamoto, R.D: 562Hassassian, M.S: 270 Joyner, N.D: 639 Kurtzer, D.C: 275Havandjian, N.R: 681 Jubeir, N.A: 272 Kurzman, C.T: 308Hawkins, A: 14 Jureidini, P.A: 273 L.A.de, J.M: 81Hawkins, R.D: 860 Kader, O.M: 17 Labuscagne, O.D.J: 605Hazan, R: 39 Kamrava, M: 307A Lacharite, N.A: 499Hazelip, A.C: 714 Kamtekar, I: 339 Lambert, J.L: 770Head, W.B: 787 Karumbiah, J: 63 Lambert, H: 641Henderson, D: 819 Kasten, A.V: 498 Lambert, K.M: 825Hennessy, M.A: 365 Kasturi, D.G: 18 Lawrence, P.B: 341Heyman, E: 559 Katayama,Y: 391 Lazerson, S.N: 441Hickman, M.T: 682 Katz, S.S: 560 Le Roux, C.J.B: 442Higgins, M.K: 820 Kaul, L.R: 253 Lee, H: 372Hill, R.E: 821 Kelly, F.J: 756 Leeman, R.W: 733Hill, L.E: 537 Kelly, F.J: 368 Letafat, H: 596Hillam, R.C: 366 Kelly, M.J: 685 Levenberg, H: 276Hislop, J: 188 Kemp, G: 603 Levy, S: 222Hodgkins, S.E: 683 Kempton, D.R: 399 Lewis, R.C: 109Hoffer, T.W: 684 Kenney, M.C: 149 Libaridian, G.J: 309Hoffman, B.R: 251 Kerschbaumer, M.F: Lichter, S.R: 606Hoffman, R.P: 15 594 Lieberson, S.E: 861Holmes, M.E: 822 Khadr, S.H: 640 Limond, D: 52Holtey, J.C: 496 Khan, A.R: 340 Livingston, S: 688Honick, A.F: 538 Khatami, S: 101 Loftus, B: 689Hopkins, C.W: 539 Khattari, S: 241 Lovelace, D.D: 373Horan, J: 367 Kim, D.J: 561 Lowr, N: 150Hou, H: 16 Kim, S.H: 370 Luque De Penazzi, C.I:Houle, E.H: 754 Kim, H.S: 369 475Howard, W.T: 80 Kim, U: 686 Lutz-Freeman, L.M:Hubbard, E.F: 732 King, J.C: 51 690Hubers, P.B: 497 King, M.J: 108 Maarabouni, S.A: 310
    • Mabry, R.C: 853 Merrill, J.R: 375 Newton, H.P: 541Macaulay, N.W: 500 Mesquita, P: 22 Nkuo, V.B: 696Macdonald, M.D: 151 Miale, W: 854 Nojeim, M.J: 279Machale, J.B: 20 Mickolus, E.F: 734 Nordberg, E: 198Maciver, M.A: 152 Millard, M.B: 210 Nordlander, D.J: 212Maclean, M.C: 642 Miller, A.S: 82 OBrian, M: 831Madison, B.B: 423 Miller, B.H: 111 OBrien, H.E: 542Magee, C.G: 153 Miller, R: 735 ODonnell, E.E: 163Magherini, F.F: 184 Miller, J.A: 68 ODuffy, B: 426Maguire, D.J: 830 Miller, J.A: 582 OMara, A: 164Maguire, M.G.P: 154 Miller, C.M: 693 ONeill, B.E: 280Maguire, K: 34 Mimnagh, R.M: 643 Odeh, A.M: 697Mahmood, S: 242 Mirani, S.K: 23 Oke, A.M: 54Mailhes, L: 223 Mitchell, T.H: 522 Oliverio, A: 44Mair, D.L: 527 Mitchell, C.R: 425 Onwudiwe, I.D: 564Malekzadeh, A: 691 Mitchell, E.J: 158 Oots, K.L: 565Malik, O: 826 Miyagawa, M: 827 Opresko, A.E: 281Malley, R: 413 Moayedoddin, M: 563 Orbell, S.D.M: 597Manning, C.A: 89 Mockaitis, T.R: 736 Osborne, J.S: 566Manolas, E: 862 Mohsen, R.A: 695 Osmond, R.L: 567Maran, R.R: 414 Mohsen, M.H: 694 Overbey, B.F: 24Marauhn, T: 102 Momayezi, N: 312 Owuso, I: 446Marino, F: 692 Montgomery, T: 90 Ozyegin, N: 698Marks, T.A: 374 Moore, T.L: 43 Padelford, E.A: 699Martin, T.D: 53 Moore, J.K: 415 Palmer, S.A: 165Martinez, P: 607 Morris, M.N: 83 Palmerton, P.R: 700Maseko, S.S: 443 Morrison, L.G: 863 Pandya, P: 447Matin-Asgari, A: 540 Moses, R.L: 828 Paritzky, E.J: 832Mattar, P: 277 Motley, J.B: 737 Pass, D.A: 282Mauceri, P: 501 Motlhabi, M.B: 444 Pasyn, D: 465May, Rachel.A: 502 Moyano, M.J: 478 Pathak, A: 377McAndrew, W.R: 715 Mpumlwana, V.B.N: Pearlstein, R.M: 583McCready, S.H: 155 608 Peguero, V: 504Mcdaniel, J.F: 224 Mseis, N: 313 Peleg, S: 584McElroy, T.G: 156 Mukhtar, M.E: 829 Perera, L.A.S.S.B: 342McFadden, J.H: 311 Muldoon, J.M: 376 Perkovich, R: 343McGee, S.F: 476 Mulvihill, R.F: 159 Perry, D.M: 225McGowan, I.L: 110 Murphy, S.F: 160 Petentler, C.W: 701Mckellar, R.D: 716 Murphy, N: 161 Petersen, R.W: 568McKinley, M: 157 Mustajel, S.Y: 254 Petersen, R.W: 568McKune, C: 581 Nagley, A.G: 609 Petry, J.L: 378McMaster, D.J: 21 Naismith, S.H: 864 Phillips, J.A: 855McVey, P.M: 65 Naughton, M.K: 162 Phillips, J.V: 543Mei, K: 66 Neil, A: 278 Pieczenik, S.R: 789Mekasha, G: 424 Nell, J.T: 445 Pilat, J.F: 103Melton, A.G.K: 67 Nepstad, S.E: 503 Pitsuwan, S: 379Menarchik, E.D: 788 Newell, D.A: 211 Pohl, D.F.R: 315
    • Pontuso, J.F: 213 Russell, J.S: 529 Skabas, R: 706Popplewell, R.J: 344 Ryan, J.J: 468 Skuy, D: 796Powell, J.O: 833 Sadeghi, M: 657 Slawner, K: 55Powell, M: 738 Sadkovich, J.J: 227 Sluka, J.A: 169Power, M.M: 505 Saeki, K: 645 Smith, C.S: 794Prelec, M: 226 Salazar, L.A: 703 Smith, C.M: 286Price, B: 544 Salem, N.J: 320 Smith, G.D: 744Prillaman, W.C: 466 Salem, A.H.K: 284 Smith-Nonini, S.C: 507Probst, R.R: 380 Saloojee, A: 449 Smith, W.B: 170Pronin, A: 214 Samar Anayake, G: 346 Smith, A.C: 171Prunckun, H.W: 758 Sambo, W.A: 427 Smith, W.C: 479Punamaki-gitai, R: 610 Sample, T.L: 742 Smith, E.C: 29Purdie, R.M: 166 Sanan, G: 743 Snitch, T.H: 797Puttagunta, P: 739 Sanii, M: 319 Snodgrass, T: 508Puttagunta, P.S: 759 Sardar, R: 347 Sobieck, S.M: 745Quinn, K.M: 381 Sayah, E.N: 321 Solaun, M: 509Quinn, C.J: 644 Sayigh, Y.J: 322 Solomon, V.M: 842Rahman, K.I: 25 Scharlau, B.A: 112 Sonmez, S.F: 866Rajagopalan, R: 345 Schbley, A.H: 323 Spier, H: 215Ramesh, C.N: 834 Schesch, A.B: 92 Stanborough, P.E: 384Ramon, Z: 835 Schiller, T.S: 865 Stanley, W.D: 510Ranchod-Nilsson, S.C: Schneider, P.R: 28 Stanley, B.E: 287448 Scholtz, J.J.L: 450 Starbuck, W.C: 511Randle, M.J: 621 Scott, M.D: 168 Stavrou, H.C: 199Ranstorp, M: 790 Scott, J.L: 839 Stein, R.E.R: 470Rashid, H.M.I: 283 Scott, F.E: 167 Steinel, D.P: 56Rasler, K.A: 316 Seegers, A: 451 Stevens, D.F: 513Raucher, S.A: 702 Semati, M.H: 324 Stevenson, P.M: 512Rayfield, G.E: 585 Shafi, P: 243 Stewart, H.L: 547Redlick, A.S: 528 Shanks, R.K: 646 Stid, D.D: 385Rehimi, R.M: 317 Sharif, I.S: 598 Stoddart, P.C: 172Rehman, C: 740 Shavit, U: 840 Stoll, D.M: 514Reid, E.F: 26 Shawky, A.G.M: 704 Strang, S.J: 173Reisz. J.B: 545 Shelhoup, K: 841 Strinkowski, N.C: 586Rejali, D.M: 318 Sherman, R.F: 428 Sudjatmiko, I.G: 386Richardson, L.K: 836 Shoniker, P.A: 791 Sulistyo, H: 387Rinehart, J.F: 91 Short, J.L: 118 Sullivan, J.L: 189Rizowy, C.G: 484 Shults, J.B: 84 Susser, L: 200Robertson, J.M: 467 Siegal, A: 705 Swedenburg, T.R: 288Robinson, G.B: 382 Siles, J.I: 506 Tahboub, N: 325Rogan, R.G: 837 Silvestri, M.S: 348 Tan, P: 515Rogers, M.R: 741 Simon, R.D: 285 Tan, C.Z: 707Rolnick, M.P: 771 Simon, M.P.P: 93 Tatar, M.A: 843Romano, A.T: 27 Sinai, S.B: 69 Tatsis, N.C: 30Rosenzweig, P.M: 838 Singer, H.L: 530 Taylor, J.B: 746Ross, R.J: 546 Singh, K: 349 Tetelman, M.S: 85Russ, S.M: 255 Sishagne, S: 429 Tewari, M.M: 647
    • Thomas, W: 648 Von.Dirke, S.e.B: 113 Willis, R: 74Thomas, T.E: 119 Waddell, R.L: 762 Wilson, A.J: 178Tierney, K.B: 548 Waggoner, G.A: 190 Wilson-Smith, J: 709Tilton, D.J: 452 Wagner-Pacifici, R.E: Wilson, B.W: 520Tinney, J.S: 549 849 Winkler, C.K: 847Tobias, M.D: 599 Walker, C.P: 651 Wise, C.D: 289Toga, H.O: 326 Waller, J.M: 218 Witmer, M.D: 350Tolczyk, D: 216 Waller, D.V: 219 Wolf, J.B: 587Torossian, R.M: 327 Walsh, J.F: 71 Wolfe, M.J: 179Torres, M.M: 717 Ward, C.E: 516 Wongtrangan, K: 389Trapp, F.J: 256 Ward, A.M.R: 517 Wood, W.S: 521Trew, S: 228 Warner, B.W: 45 Woodard, P.B: 793Trifkovic, S: 229 Warsuakjian, K.Y: 328 Woods, J.C: 180Trottier, J: 649 Washington, L: 185 Worobec, S.F: 390Turner, S: 174 Waterworth, P: 176 Wright, J: 571Tyler, B.M: 550 Watson, J.C: 471 Wright, J: 710Tyrrell, M: 175 Waugh, W.L: 569 Wright, S: 180AUche, C: 400 Weitzer, R.J: 58 Wright, S: 763Uchida, C.D: 760 Wendel, D.L: 570 Ya Deau, A.B: 718Uekert, B.K: 57 Wesley, M.S: 72 Yasko, G.T: 392Um, K: 388 Wessner, C.W: 417 Yerushalmi, M: 257Umoja, A.K: 551 West, G.T: 472 Yoo, S: 32Urschel, B.J: 844 White, S.J: 531 Yough, S.N: 46Vaisman.Tzachor, R: White, R.W: 177 Young, S.M: 220761 White, E.B: 552 Yudkin, A.L: 600Van Dyke, S.H: 416 Whitley, J.L: 611 Zafarian, H: 330Vance, C.D: 217 Whitney, R.W: 518 Zaremba, A.J: 658Vandenbroucke, L.S: Wickham-Crowley, T.P: Zarougui, M: 383845 473 Zeidner, R.F: 331Varon, J.P: 70 Williams, D.P: 708 Zirakzadeh, C.E: 191Vasey, M.C: 846 Williams, N.J: 329 Zonozy, N.Y: 244Vassiliou, A.A: 792 Williams, L.F: 86 Zulaika, J: 192Vavrina, Williams, S.G: 73 Zur, J.N: 521AV.J: 867 Williams, P.J: 519 Zuzak, C.A: 848Vercher, A: 650 Williams, N.B.D: 31Viccica, A.D: 868 Willis, D.J: 553
    • University IndexAberdeen: 34, 198, 337, 340, 363, 391, 446, 718, 744, 750, 862, 865.Aberystwth: 102, 160.Acadia: 593.Air Forces Institute of Technology: 145, 182, 820, 785, 767, 683.Alabama: 62.Alberta: 580.Alberta: 188.American: 68, 11, 29, 60, 124, 271, 272, 273, 279, 366, 497, 499, 582, 656, 691, 699,722, 753, 797.Arizona State: 44, 387, 496, 708.Arizona: 50, 93, 242, 470, 494.Arkansas: 488.Auburn: 78.Auckland: 130.Austin: Texas: 508.Australian National: 157, 710.Birmingham: 74, 367A, 636.Boston: 218, 317.Boston College: 194.Boston Graduate School: 444.Bowling Green State: 134, 659, 695.Bradford: 621.
    • Brandeis: 428, 547.British Columbia: 95.California State Sacramento: 1.California State Dominguez Hills: 82.California State Fullerton: 696, 697, 543.California School of Professional Psychology: 454, 761.California State: Long Beach: 40, 65, 84, 148, 746, 783.California Berkeley: 58, 77, 151, 169, 181, 191, 308, 388, 435, 532.California: Los Angeles: 38, 309, 421, 489, 540, 550, 562.California: Riverside: 219.California: San Diego: 48.California: Santa Barbara: 342.California: Santa Cruz, 414, 541.California: Irvine: 534.Cambridge: 286, 307A, 339, 344, 364, 650, 768, 770.Carleton: 127, 173, 332, , 560, 685.Catholic of America: 138, 237, 305, 737.Central Missouri State: 298, 701, 806.Chicago: 23, 53, 207, 220, 400, 416, 484, 509, 513.Cincinnati: 270, 334, 612, 686, 812.City of New York: 13, 73, 203, 255, 345, 438, 520, 585, 663, 808.City: 143.Claremont Graduate School: 4, 15, 100, 254, 330, 361, 362, 373, 390, 424, 563, 745,841.
    • Colorado at Boulder: 341, 431, 503, 552, 713, 851.Columbia: 762.Columbia Teachers College: 678.Columbia: 69, 168, 190, 208, 275, 277, 329, 348, 490, 501, 504, 631.Concordia: 674.Connecticut: 116, 845.Cornell: 70, 106, 117, 358, 382, 392, 473, 830.Dalhousie: 739, 759, 844.Delaware: 375.Denver: 39, 261, 280, 368, 423, 464, 492, 676, 712, 735, 756.Duke: 88, 325.Durham: 176.Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary: 20.Emory: 551.Exeter: 45, 125, 267, 283, 292, 293, 303, 408, 409, 588, 641.Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy – Tufts University: 184, 417, 433, 493, 528,724, 731.Florida State: 35, 41, 80, 256, 316, 486, 564, 639, 714, 728.Florida: 8, 86, 476, 732Florida Institute of Technology: 591, 842.Florida Atlantic: 285.Fordham: 19, 27.Geneva: 729.George Washington: 56, 104, 311, 380, 620, 672, 720, 788.
    • George Mason: 542.Georgetown: 94, 103, 111, 209, 214, 370, 376, 498, 749, 782, 867.Georgia: 506, 717, 755.Glasgow: 864.Golden Gate: 721.Goteborgs: 193.Guelph: 240, 526, 531.Harvard: 107, 205, 216, 262, 379, 386, 439, 606, 632, 757, 794.Hawaii: 296, 374.Helsingin: 197, 610.Howard: 54, 284, 549, 598.Hull: 183, 377.Idaho: 109.Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: 399, 429.Illinois At Chicago: 257, 505, 810.Indiana: 28, 177, 202, 360, 584, 596, 660.Institute Unknown: 96, 121, 269, 559.Iowa: 558, 668, 833.John Jay College of Criminal Justice: 587, 835.John Hopkins: 67, 389, 538, 648.Kansas: 101, 123, 483.Keele: 228, 310, 679, 689.Kent: 422, 430.Kentucky: 180.
    • Lancaster: 180A, 185, 603, 711, 763.Leeds: 252, 436, 646, 667.Lehigh: 813.Leicester: 694.Liverpool: 63.London: London School of Economics: 140, 206, 221, 246, 276, 521A, 771.London: Kings College: 263, 322.London: School of Oriental and African Studies: 640, 647.London: School Of Slavonic And East European Studies: 465.London: University College: 425, 704.London: External: 804.London: Queen Mary College: 189.Louisiana State: 18.Louisville: 36, 860.Loyola: 178, 451, 595.Lunds: 589.Lutheran: 282.Maharishi International: 302.Manchester: 155, 215, 638, 651.Manitoba: 608.Maryland College Park: 249.Maryland College Park: 9, 105, 290, 381, 670, 677, 733, 764, 847.Massachusetts: 186, 347, 487, 675, 553.
    • Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 510, 512, 666, 725, 789.Mcgill: 196, 318, 426, 705, 765, 814, 823, 824, 840, 848.Melbourne: 335.Miami: 491, 809.Michigan: 149, 152, 224, 225, 527, 600, 707, 726.Michigan State: 66, 359, 397, 703, 798, 834, 837, 861.Minnesota: 475, 700, 822.Mississippi: 569.Missouri: 669.Missouri: Columbia: 132, 291, 829.Montreal: 524.Naval Postgraduate School: Monterey: 566, 568, 807.Naval Postgraduate School: 12, 162, 607, 853.Nebraska Lincoln: 328.Nevada Las Vegas: 561, 741.New Orleans: 471.New School for Social Research: 129, 137, 369, 723.New South Wales: 31, 687.New Brunswick: 365.New York At Albany: 760, 787.New York At Binghamton: 16, 118, 281.New York At Buffalo: 49, 427, 658.New York: 299, 411, 525, 530, 727.Newcastle Upon Tyne: 304.
    • Nihel: 643.North Carolina At Chapel Hill: 10, 212, 338, 507, 539, 583.North Texas: 51, 83, 239, 244, 266, 323, 321, 349, 570, 533, 609, 793.Northeast Missouri State: 521.Northern Illinois: 356, 565.Northwestern: 85, 420, 441, 448, 586, 693, 817.Notre Dame: 55, 64.Nottingham: 634.Ohio State: 165, 671, 818.Ohio: 495, 661.Oklahoma: 89, 289, 295.Oklahoma State: 816.Old Dominion: 355.Oregon: 81, 372, 846.Ottawa: 61, 529, 642, 649, 706, 791.Oxford: 172, 195, 200, 251, 253, 294, 297, 300A: 313, 315, 357, 384, 385, 413, 452,519, 536, 630, 645, 752, 827.Pacific Lutheran: 611.Pennsylvania State: 866.Pennsylvania: 33, 122, 159, 287, 306, 472, 474, 698, 838, 849.Pennsylvania State: 673.Pittsburgh: 43, 480, 828.Pretoria: 442, 450, 614, 815.Princeton: 37, 192, 371, 852, 855.
    • Purdue: 5, 71, 99, 141, 167, 462, 463.Queens Kingston: 179, 434, 443, 518, 523, 644.Queens Belfast: 3, 126, 128, 133, 135, 139, 142, 144, 146, 171, 175, 597, 633.Rand Graduate Institute: 748.Reading: 110, 235, 383, 410, 637.Regent: 690.Rice: 378, 468, 715.Rochester: 210.Rutgers: 158, 535, 868.Salford: 241, 260, 319.Sam Houston State: 781.San Jose State: 250, 415.Sheffield: 680.Simon Fraser: 98, 336, 692, 716.South Australia: 758.South Carolina: 32, 264, 320, 839.South Africa: 432, 445, 447, 605, 769.Southampton: 229, 301, 437, 766.Southern Mississippi: 751.Southern California: 7, 17, 26, 163, 236, 326, 511, 546, 657, 742, 784, 832, 836.Southern Illinois At Carbondale: 396, 662.St Andrews: 14, 22, 47, 52, 59, 72, 76, 90, 97, 112, 150, 174, 222, 223, 238, 248, 278,300, 346, 367, 515, 571, 581, 592, 613, 709, 738, 740, 743, 790, 805, 811, 819, 821,826, 831.
    • Stanford: 113, 170, 211, 461, 478, 514, 850.Strathclyde: 166.Surrey: 154.Sussex: 114.Syracuse: 21, 30, 57, 91, 333, 548, 567, 590, 664, 665, 843.Temple: 825.Temple: 350.Tennessee: 324, 635.Texas At Arlington: 516, 863.Texas At Austin: 288, 500.Texas Tech: 46, 312.Texas: 681.Texas A&M: 544.Toronto: 449, 796.Trinity College: Dublin: 153, 156Tulane: 502, 517, 537, 602.Union for Experimenting Colleges and Universities: 268, 854.Union Institute: 6, 792.Union College: Schenectady: 245.United States International: 327, 599.Universidad De Navarra: 187.Universitaet Wien: 594.University College Dublin: 161.US Army Command Personnel Centre: 24.
    • US Army Command and General Staff College: 545, 754.Utah: 307, 331.Utah State: 217.Virginia: 2, 25, 147, 213, 274, 343, 412, 466, 467.Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: 730.Walden: 243.Wales: 108.Warwick: 682.Washington: 119, 136, 619, 688.Waterloo: 199Wayne State: 702.West Virginia: 265.Western Michigan: 247, 795.Western Ontario: 164.Wisconsin Milwaukee: 42.Wisconsin Madison: 79, 92, 131, 204, 227, 684, 736.Yale: 226, 477, 734.York: 115, 398, 440.
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