Tensions that cause wars; common statement and individual papers by a group of social scientists brought together by UNESCO.

; Unesco
Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 1950.

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Other Authors Unesco.
Subjects International cooperation.
Social sciences.
Description 303 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1950.
Contents Social tensions and social changes, a Marxist analysis, by Szalai.--The role of expectancy, by G.W. Allport.--Tensions, interpersonal and international, a psychiatrist's view, by H.S. Sullivan.--Internationalizing social sciences, by G. Freyre.--Psychodynamic notes, by J. Rickman.--The lessons of facsim, by M. Hoekheimer.--A sociological analysis of international tensions, by G. Gurvitch.--The function of ideological convictions, by A. Naess.--Appendix: A statement by scientists in Japan on the problem of peace.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)183912
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WorldCat Identities Cantril, Hadley, 1906-1969,
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