Foreign Conflict Patterns and Types for 1963.
Research rept. for Apr 69,
HAWAII UNIV HONOLULU DEPT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
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Concurrent with a dyadic analysis of foreign conflict by Hall and Rummel in 1968 and based on the same New York Times data, an analysis of foreign conflict behavior was done on data aggregated by actor nation bynation data for a population of 107 countries. A factor analysis of the data revealed five independent patterns of bynation conflict negative communications, written or oral unofficial violence, including unofficial attacks on official persons or property negative sanctions, including boycotts, embargoes warning and defensive acts, entailing military alerts and mobilizations official violence, involving clashes, discrete military acts. Author
- Government and Political Science