Accession Number : AD0691477

Title :   INTER-NATION CONFLICT, DYADIC AND MEDIATED: EGYPT, ISRAEL AND THE UNITED NATIONS, 1956-1957.

Descriptive Note : Final rept.,

Corporate Author : STANFORD UNIV CALIF STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT AND INTEGRATION

Personal Author(s) : Siverson,Randolph M.

Report Date : JUL 1969

Pagination or Media Count : 242

Abstract : Using a mediated stimulus-response model for basic organization, fourteen hypotheses dealing with dyadic and mediated conflict behavior in an international crisis are presented. The hypotheses describing dyadic conflict behavior, seven in number, are concerned with three sub-topics of this general area: (1) the effects of violence; (2) the antecedents of hostile perception; and (3) the effects of hostile perception. The seven hypotheses describing patterns of interaction in the triad may be divided into two sub-topics: (1) hypotheses describing the perceiver's relationship with the mediator; and (2) hypotheses describing perception of the relationship between the mediator and the perceiver's enemy. (Author)

Descriptors :   (*FOREIGN POLICY, *BARGAINING), ISRAEL, EGYPT, UNITED NATIONS, DECISION MAKING, CULTURE, SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, INTERACTIONS, PERCEPTION(PSYCHOLOGY)

Subject Categories : Sociology and Law
      Psychology

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE