Accession Number : AD0882304

Title :   Army Roles, Missions, and Doctrine in Low Intensity Conflict (ARMLIC). Preconflict Case Study 1. Philippines.

Descriptive Note : Technical rept.

Corporate Author : OPERATIONS RESEARCH INC SILVER SPRING MD

Report Date : 15 JUN 1969

Pagination or Media Count : 271

Abstract : This document is a case study of the political, economic, sociological, psychological, scientific-technological, and military aspects of the Philippines prior to the occurrence of the low intensity conflict and loss of control by the Government of the Republic in 1948. It is one of seven substudies of representative countries conducted to determine the factors that lead to low intensity conflict. The years 1935-48 were selected for examination as the preconflict period.

Descriptors :   *INSURGENCY, *SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, *ECONOMICS, *PHILIPPINES, POLITICAL SCIENCE, COMMUNISM, SOCIOLOGY, CULTURE, ATTITUDES(PSYCHOLOGY), FOREIGN AID, GROUP DYNAMICS, MILITARY FORCES(FOREIGN), COMMUNISTS, LEADERSHIP, GOVERNMENT(FOREIGN), HISTORY, FOOD, ARMY OPERATIONS, FOREIGN POLICY, COUNTERINSURGENCY.

Subject Categories : Humanities and History
      Psychology
      Unconventional Warfare

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE