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THE SOCIAL SCIENCES IN INTERNATIONAL AND MILITARY POLICY: AN ANALYTIC BIBLIOGRAPHY
BUREAU OF SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH INC WASHINGTON DC
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The bibliography presents selective materials pertaining to the role of social science research in international and military policy and operations since the beginning of World War II. The bibliography lists 150 references to books, articles and reports, all of which are part of the open literature. The references are annotated. The report also contains an Introduction which discusses the purpose of the bibliography, its scope, the sources from which the works cited are drawn and some limitations of the available literature. The bibliography is divided into five parts. Part I lists general works discussing the role of social science research in public policy. Part II lists work which show the trends in the relationship of government and the social science community in the area of international and military affairs since the beginning of World War II. Parts III and IV list literature which suggests some analytic categories to be used in studying social science research and international and military policy. Part V, finally, contains writings which give a theoretical perspective on the roles of applied social science.
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