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v. 22 cm.
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xx, 199 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • 1. Introduction: American Soldiers 2. Creeping Banality: The Boredom Factor and American Soldiers 3. Troop Morale: The Social Psychology of American Soldiers 4. Fusion and Fissure: American Soldier Attitudes toward Social Issues 5. Over There: American Soldier Attitudes toward Foreign Issues 6. McSoldiers: Human Tools or Innovative Professionals? 7. Real G.I. Janes: American Female Soldiers in War 8. Bahdad Calling: Soldier Communications with the Home and Other Fronts 9. Turning Point: Iraq as a Change Agent for Soldiers 10. Death in the Ranks: Class War or Equal Opportunity? 11. Conclusion: Soldiers, Minds, and American Society.
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"American Soldiers in Iraq" offers a unique sociological snapshot of American soldiers in Iraq, analyzing their collective narratives in relation to the military sociology tradition. Grounded in a century-long tradition of sociology offering a window into the world of American soldiers, this volume serves as a voice for their experience. It provides the reader with both a generalized and a deep view into a major social institution in American society and its relative constituents - 'the military and soldiers' - during a war. In so doing, the book gives a backstage insight into the US military and into the experiences and attitudes of soldiers during their most extreme undertaking - a forward deployment in Iraq while hostilities are intense.The author triangulates qualitative and quantitative field data collected while residing with soldiers in Iraq, and compares and contrasts various groups, from officers and enlisted soldiers, as well as topics such as boredom, morale, preparation for war, day-to-day life in Iraq, attitudes, women soldiers, communication with the home-front, 'McDonaldization' of the force, civil-military fusion, the long-term impact of war, and, finally, the socio-demographics of fatalities. The heart of "American Soldiers in Iraq" captures the experiences of American soldiers deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom at the height of the conflict in a way unprecedented in the literature to date.This book will be essential reading for students of Sociology, Military Studies and Political Science, as well as being of much interest to informed general readers. Morten Ender is Professor of Sociology at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. His research on military sociology has appeared in the Journal of Adolescence, Military Psychology, Journal of Political and Military Sociology, and Armed Forces & Society.
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Green Library
12 v. : ill., facsims. ; 24 cm.
  • Cole, Wayne S. America First and the South, 1940-1941. The Journal of Southern History 22 (February-November 1956). Namikas, Lise. The Committee to Defend America and the Debate between Internationalists and Interventionists, 1939-1941. The Historian 61 (Summer 1999). Thompson, John A. Another Look at the Downfall of 'Fortress America.' Journal of American Studies 26 (December 1992). Doenecke, Justus D. Rehearsal for Cold War: the United States Anti-Interventionists and the Soviet Union, 1939-1941. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society 7 (1994). Doenecke, Justus D. The Anti-Interventionism of Herbert Hoover. The Journal of Libertarian Studies 7 (Summer 1987). Castle, Alfred L. William R. Castle and Opposition to US Involvement in an Asian War, 1939-1941. Pacific Historical Review 54 (August 1985). Smith, Geoffrey. Isolationism, the Devil, and the Advent of the Second World War: Variations on a Theme. The International History Review 4 (February 1982). Shapiro, Edward S. The Approach of War: Congressional Isolationism and Anti-Semitism, 1939-1941. American Jewish History 74 (September 1984). Steele, Richard W. "Franklin D. Roosevelt and His Foreign Policy Critics." Political Science Quarterly 94 (Spring 1979). Charles, Douglas M. Informing FDR: FBI Political Surveillance and the Isolationist-Interventionist Foreign Policy Debate, 1939-1945. Diplomatic History 24 (Spring 2000). Charles, Douglas M. and Rossi, John P. FBI Political Surveillance and the Charles Lindbergh Investigation, 1939-1944. The Historian 59 (Summer 1997). Billington, Ray Allen. The Origins of Middle Western Isolationism. Political Science Quarterly 60 (1945). Jonas, Manfred. Pro-Axis Sentiment and American Isolationism. The Historian 29 ( February 1967). Mihelich, Dennis N. Student Antiwar Activism during the Nineteen Thirties. Peace and Change 2 (Fall 1974). Kuehl, Warren F. Midwestern Newspapers and Isolationist Sentiment. Diplomatic History 3 (Summer 1979). Clifford, J. Garry. A Note on Chester Bowles's Secret Plan to End World War II. Peace and Change 14 (January 1989).
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  • Coox, Alvin D. The Pearl Harbor Raid Revisited. The Journal of American-East Asian Relations 2 (Fall 1994). Bratzel, John F. and Leslie B. Rout. Pearl Harbor, Microdots, and J. Edgar Hoover. The American Historical Review 87 (December 1982). Butow, R.J.C. Pearl Harbor Jitters: Defending the White House against Attack. Prologue 23 (Winter 1991). Masao, Yamamoto. Pearl Harbor: An Imperial Japanese Army Officer's View. The Journal of American-East Asian Relations 2 (Fall 1994). Mueller, John. Pearl Harbor: Military Inconvenience, Political Disaster. International Security 15 (Winter 1991/92). Kahn, David. Why Weren't We Warned? MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History (Autumn 1991). Butow, R.J.C. How Roosevelt Attacked Japan at Pearl Harbor: Myth Masquerading as History. Prologue 28 (Fall 1996). Kaiser, David. Conspiracy or Cock-up? Pearl Harbor Revisited. Intelligence and National Security 9 (April 1994). Kahn, David. The Intelligence Failure of Pearl Harbor. Foreign Affairs (Winter 1991/92): 138-52. Skinner, James M. December 7: Filmic Myth Masquerading as Historical Fact. The Journal of Military History 55 (October 1991). Toru, Watanabe. 1991: American Perceptions of the Pearl Harbor Attack. The Journal of American-East Asian Relations 2 (Fall 1994). Melosi, Martin V. Political Tremors from a Military Disaster: 'Pearl harbor' and the Election of 1944. Diplomatic History 1 (Winter 1977). Adams, Frederick C. The Road to Pearl Harbor: A Reexamination of American Far Eastern Policy, July 1937-December 1938. The Journal of American History 58 (June 1971). Smith, Dale O. Pearl Harbor: A Lesson in Air Power. Air Power History (Spring 1997). Weigley, Russell F. The Role of the War Department and the Army, in Dorothy Borg and Shumpei Okamoto, eds., Pearl Harbor as History (Columbia University Press, 1973). Oxford, Edward. Intrigue in the Islands. American History Illustrated 26 (July/August 1991). Oxford, Edward. One Sunday in December. American History Illustrated 26 (November/December 1991). Eppinga, Jane. Pearl Harbor, Japanese Espionage, Arizona's Triangle T Ranch. Prologue 29 (Spring 1997). Beekman, Allan. Taranto: Catalyst of the Pearl Harbor Attack. Military Review (November 1991). Anderson, Irvine H., Jr. The 1941 De Facto Embargo on Oil to Japan: A Bureaucratic Reflex. Pacific Historical Review 44 (February 1975). Schaller, Michael. American Air Strategy in China, 1939-1941: The Origins of Clandestine Air Warfare. American Quarterly (Spring 1976).
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  • Daniel, Pete. Going among Strangers: Southern Reactions to World War II. The Journal of American History 76 (December 1990). Shryock, Henry S., Jr. and Eldridge, Hope Tisdale. Internal Migration in Peace and War. American Sociological Review 11 (February 1947). Feagin, Joe R. and Riddell, Kelly. The State, Capitalism, and World War II: The US Case. Armed Forces and Society 16 (Fall 1990). O'Leary, Paul M. Wartime Rationing and Governmental Organization. The American Political Science Review 39 (December 1945). Bauer, K. Jack. Inland Seas and Overseas: Shipbuilding on the Great Lakes During World War II. Inland Seas 38 (Summer 1982). Boyden, Richard. 'Where Paychecks Grow on Trees': War Workers in San Francisco Shipyards. Prologue 23 (Fall 1991). Aruga, Natsuki. 'An' Finish School': Child Labor During World War II. Labor History 29 (Fall 1988). Coles, David J. 'Hell-By-the-Sea': Florida's Camp Gordon Johnston in World War II. The Florida Historical Quarterly 72 (July 1994). Hopkins, George E. Bombing and the American Conscience During World War II. The Historian 29 (May 1966). Somers, Paul P., Jr. 'Right in the Fuhrer's Face': American Editorial Cartoons of the World War II Period. American Journalism 18 (Summer 1996). Simons, William. Jackie Robinson and the American Mind: Journalistic Perceptions of the Reintegration of Baseball. Journal of Sport History 12 (Spring 1985). Russell, Edmund P., III. The Strange Career of DDT: Experts, Federal Capacity, and Environmentalism in World War II. Technology and Culture 40 (October 1999). Lees, Lorraine M. National Security and Ethnicity: Contrasting Views during World War II. Diplomatic History 11 (Spring 1987). Carter, Kent. Total War: The Federal Government and the Home Front. Prologue 23 (Fall 1991). Weinberg, Sydney. What to Tell America: The Writers' Quarrel in the Office of War Information. The Journal of American History 55 (June 1968). Derber, Milton. Labor-Management in World War II. Current History 40 (June 1965). Bernstein, Barton. The Automobile Industry and the Coming of the Second World War. The Southwestern Social Science Quarterly 47 (June 1966). Molson, Francis J. Films, Funnies and Fighting the War: Whitman's Children's Books in the 1940s. Journal of Popular Culture 18 (Spring 1984).
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  • Doyle, Michael K. The US Navy and War Plan Orange, 1933-1940: Making Necessity a Virtue. Naval War College Review 33 (May-June1980). Mahnken, Thomas G. Gazing at the Sun: The Office of Naval Intelligence and Japanese Naval innovation, 1918-1941. Intelligence and National Security 11 (July 1996). Walter, John C. Congressman Carl Vinson and Franklin D. Roosevelt: Naval Preparedness and the Coming of World War II, 1932-1940. The Georgia Historical Quarterly 64 (Fall 1980). Coletta, Paolo. Prelude to War: Japan, the United States, and the Aircraft Carrier, 1919-1945. Prologue 23 (Winter 1991). Clauss, Errol MacGregor. The Roosevelt Administration and Manchukuo, 1933-1941. The Historian 32 (August 1970). Xu, Guangqiu. The Issue of Air Assistance to China in the US-Japanese Relations, 1931-1941. Asian Profile 27 (February 1999). Plante, Trevor K. 'Two Japans': Japanese Expressions of Sympathy and Regret in the Wake of the Panay Incident. Prologue 33 (Summer 2001). Utley, Jonathan G. Upstairs, Downstairs at Foggy Bottom: Oil Exports and Japan, 1940-41. Prologue 8 (Spring 1976). Sagan, Scott D. The Origins of the Pacific War. The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 18 (Spring 1988). Butow, R.J.C. Marching off to War on the Wrong Foot: The Final Note Tokyo Did Not Send to Washington. Pacific Historical Review 62 (February 1994). Barnhart, Michael A. The Origins of the Second World War in Asia and the Pacific: Synthesis Impossible? Diplomatic History 20 (Spring 1996). Matsuda, Takeshi. The Coming of the Pacific War: Japanese Perspectives. Reviews in American History 13 (December 1986). Herzog, James H. Influence of the United States Navy in the Embargo of Oil to Japan, 1940-1941. Pacific Historical Review 35 (August 1966). Butow, R.J.C. Backdoor Diplomacy in the Pacific: The Proposal for a Konoye-Roosevelt Meeting, 1941. The Journal of American History 59 (June 1972). Boyle, John H. The Drought-Walsh Mission to Japan. Pacific Historical Review 34 (February 1965). Butow, R.J.C. The Hull-Nomura Conversations: A Fundamental Misconception. The American Historical Review 65 (July 1960). Morton, Louis. War Plan Orange: Evolution of a Strategy. World Politics 11 (January 1959). Harrington, Daniel F. A Careless Hope: American Air Power and Japan, 1941. Pacific Historical Review 48 (May 1979).
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  • Haight, John McVickar, Jr. France, the United States, and the Munich Crisis. The Journal of Modern History 32 (December 1960). Toepfer, Marcia Lynn. American Governmental Attitudes Towards the Soviet Union during the Czechoslovak Crisis of 1938. East European Quarterly 14 (Spring 1980). Reynolds, David. 1940: Fulcrum of the Twentieth Century. International Affairs 66 (April 1990). Johnson, David Alan. Americans in the Battle of Britain. American History Illustrated 25 (July/August 1990): 20-27. Hilton, Stanley E. The Welles Mission to Europe, February-March 1940: Illusion or Realism? Journal of American History 58 (June 1971). Stolfi, R.H.S. Equipment for Victory in France in 1940. History 55 (1970). Stevens, Donald. Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Azores Dilemma, 1941. The Historian 54 (Summer 1992). Heinrichs, Waldo. President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Intervention in the Battle of the Atlantic, 1941. Diplomatic History 10 (Fall 1986). Heinrichs, Waldo. FDR and the Entry into World War II. Prologue 26 (Fall 1994). Doenecke, Justus D. U.S. Policy and the European War, 1939-1941. Diplomatic History 19 (Fall 1995). Weinberg, Gerhard. Hitler's Image of the United States. The American Historical Review 69 (July 1964). Norton, Douglas M. The Open Secret: The U.S. Navy in the Battle of the Atlantic, April-December 1941. Naval War College Review 26 (January/February 1974). Pollock, Fred E. Roosevelt, the Ogdensburg Agreement, and the British Fleet: All Done with Mirrors. Diplomatic History 5 (Summer 1981). Lowenthal, Mark M. Roosevelt and the Coming of the War: The Search for United States Policy, 1937-42. Journal of Contemporary History 16 (July 1981). Raymond, Raymond James. David Gray, the Aiken Mission, and Irish Neutrality, 1940-41. Diplomatic History 9 (Winter 1985).
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  • Stoler, Mark A. The 'Pacific First' Alternative in American World War II Strategy. The International History Review 2 (July 1980). Vlahos, Michael. The Naval War College and the Origins of War-Planning against Japan. Naval War College Review 32 (July-August 1980). Muir, Malcolm, Jr. Rearming in a Vacuum: United States Navy Intelligence and the Japanese Capital Ship Threat, 1936-1945. The Journal of Military History 54 (October 1990). Graybar, Lloyd J. American Pacific Strategy after Pearl Harbor: The Relief of Wake Island. Prologue 12 (Fall 1980). Alexander, Joseph H. The Turning Points of Tarawa. MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History 9 (Summer 1996). Boyd, Carl. American Naval Intelligence of Japanese Submarine Operations Early in the Pacific War. The Journal of Military History 53 (April 1989). Holzimmer, Kevin C. Walter Krueger, Douglas MacArthur, and the Pacific War: The Wakde-Sarmi Campaign as a Case Study. The Journal of Military History 59 (October 1995). Perras, Galen Roger. Eyes on the Northern Route to Japan: Plans for Canadian Participation in an Invasion of the Kurile Islands-A Study in Coalition Warfare and Civil-Military Relationships. War and Society 8 (May 1990). Petillo, Carol M. Douglas MacArthur and Manuel Quezon: A Note on an Imperial Bond. Pacific Historical Review 48 (February 1979). Weingartner, James J. Trophies of War: US Troops and the Mutilation of Japanese War Dead, 1941-1945. The Pacific Historical Review 61 (February 1992). Huston, John W. The Impact of Strategic Bombing in the Pacific. The Journal of American-East Asian Relations 3 (Summer 1995). Gentile, Gian P. Shaping the Past Battlefield, 'For the Future': The United States Strategic Bombing Survey's Evaluation of the American Air War Against Japan. The Journal of Military History 64 (October 2000). Dewberry, Suzanne. The Pacific Coast Hooligans of World War II. Prologue 31 (Winter 1999). Falk, Stanley L. Japanese Strategy in World War II. Military Review 42 (June 1962). Seno, Sadao. A Chess Game with No Checkmate: Admiral Inoue and the Pacific War. Naval War College Review 26 (January-February 1974). Celardo, John. Shifting Seas: Racial Integration in the United States Navy, 1941-1945. Prologue 23 (Fall 1991). Gallicchio, Marc. After Nagasaki: General Marshall's Plan for Tactical Nuclear Weapons in Japan. Prologue 23 (Winter 1991). Hagan, Kenneth J. American Submarine Warfare in the Pacific, 1941-1945: Guerre de course Triumphant, in Gunter Bischof and Robert L. Dupont, eds. The Pacific War Revisited (Louisiana State University Press, 1997). Yarrington, Gary A. World War II: Personal Accounts- Pearl Harbor to V-J Day. Prologue 25 (.
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  • Volume One: The United States and the Road to War in Europe Haight, John McVickar, Jr. France, the United States, and the Munich Crisis. The Journal of Modern History 32 (December 1960). Toepfer, Marcia Lynn. American Governmental Attitudes Towards the Soviet Union during the Czechoslovak Crisis of 1938. East European Quarterly 14 (Spring 1980). Reynolds, David. 1940: Fulcrum of the Twentieth Century. International Affairs 66 (April 1990). Johnson, David Alan. Americans in the Battle of Britain. American History Illustrated 25 (July/August 1990): 20-27. Hilton, Stanley E. The Welles Mission to Europe, February-March 1940: Illusion or Realism? Journal of American History 58 (June 1971). Stolfi, R. H. S. Equipment for Victory in France in 1940. History 55 (1970). Stevens, Donald. Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Azores Dilemma, 1941. The Historian 54 (Summer 1992). Heinrichs, Waldo. President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Intervention in the Battle of the Atlantic, 1941. Diplomatic History 10 (Fall 1986). Heinrichs, Waldo. FDR and the Entry into World War II. Prologue 26 (Fall 1994). Doenecke, Justus D. US Policy and the European War, 1939-1941. Diplomatic History 19 (Fall 1995). Weinberg, Gerhard. Hitler's Image of the United States. The American Historical Review 69 (July 1964). Norton, Douglas M. The Open Secret: The US Navy in the Battle of the Atlantic, April-December 1941. Naval War College Review 26 (January/February 1974). Pollock, Fred E. Roosevelt, the Ogdensburg Agreement, and the British Fleet: All Done with Mirrors. Diplomatic History 5 (Summer 1981). Lowenthal, Mark M. Roosevelt and the Coming of the War: The Search for United States Policy, 1937-42. Journal of Contemporary History 16 (July 1981). Raymond, Raymond James. David Gray, the Aiken Mission, and Irish Neutrality, 1940-41. Diplomatic History 9 (Winter 1985). Volume Two: Isolationists and Internationalists: The Battle over Intervention Cole, Wayne S. America First and the South, 1940-1941. The Journal of Southern History 22 (February-November 1956). Namikas, Lise. The Committee to Defend America and the Debate between Internationalists and Interventionists, 1939-1941. The Historian 61 (Summer 1999). Thompson, John A. Another Look at the Downfall of 'Fortress America.' Journal of American Studies 26 (December 1992). Doenecke, Justus D. Rehearsal for Cold War: the United States Anti-Interventionists and the Soviet Union, 1939-1941. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society 7 (1994). Doenecke, Justus D. The Anti-Interventionism of Herbert Hoover. The Journal of Libertarian Studies 7 (Summer 1987). Castle, Alfred L./.
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  • Weinberg, Gerhard L. Who Won World War II and How? The Journal of Mississippi History 57 (Winter 1995). Adler, Les K. and Thomas G. Paterson. Red Fascism: The Merger of Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia in the American Image of Totalitarianism, 1930s-1950s. The American Historical Review 75 (April 1970). McDougall, Robert. Red, Brown and Yellow Perils: Images of the American Enemy in the 1940s and 1950s. Journal of Popular Culture 32 (Spring 1999). Woods, Randall Bennett. F.D.R. and the Triumph of American Nationalism. Presidential Studies Quarterly 19 (Summer 1989). Maier, Charles S. The Politics of Productivity: Foundations of American International Economic Policy after World War II. International Organization 31 (1977). Hooks, Gregory and Leonard E. Bloomquist. The Legacy of World War II for Regional Growth and Decline: The Cumulative Effects of Wartime Investments on US Manufacturing, 1947-1972. Social Forces 71 (December 1992). Gimbel, John. The American Exploitation of German Technical Know-How after World War II. Political Science Quarterly 104 (Summer 1990). Kochavi, Arieh J. Discord within the Roosevelt Administration over a Policy toward War Criminals. Diplomatic History 19 (Fall 1995). Coates, Ken and W. R. Morrison. The American Rampant: Reflections on the Impact of United States Troops in Allied Countries during World War II. Journal of World History 2 (Fall 1991). Foltos, Lester J. The New Pacific Barrier: America's Search for Security in the Pacific, 1945-47. Diplomatic History 13 (Summer 1989). Fraser, Cary. Understanding American Policy Towards the Decolonilization of European Empires, 1945-64. Diplomacy and Statecraft 3 (March 1992). White, Donald W. The Nature of World Power in American History: An Evaluation at the End of World War II. Diplomatic History 11 (Summer 1987). Richards, Pamela Spence. Gathering Enemy Scientific Information in Wartime: The OS and the Periodical Republication Program. The Journal of Library History 15 (Winter 1981). Vitalis, Robert. The 'New Deal' in Egypt: The Rise of Anglo-American Commercial Competition in World War II and the Fall of Neocolonialism. Diplomatic History 20 (1996).
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  • Weinberg, Gerhard L. Why Hitler Declared War on the United States. MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History 4 (Spring 1992). Stoler, Mark A. From Continentalism to Globalism: General Stanley D. Embick, the Joint Strategic Survey Committee, and the Military View of American National Policy during the Second World War. Diplomatic History 6 (Summer 1982). Moon, John Ellis van Courtland. United States Chemical Warfare Policy in World War II: A Captive of Coalition Policy? The Journal of Military History 60 (July 1996). Reid, Brian Holden. The Italian Campaign, 1943-1945: A Reappraisal of Allied Generalship. The Journal of Strategic Studies 13 (March 1990). Kimball, Warren F. Stalingrad: A Chance for Choices. The Journal of Military History 60 (January 1996). Buckley, John Atlantic Airpower Co-operation, 1941-1943. The Journal of Strategic Studies 18 (March 1995). Ambrose, Stephen E. D-Day: June 6, 1944. Prologue 27 (Summer 1995). Powers, Stephen T. The Battle of Normandy: The Lingering Controversy. The Journal of Military History 56 (July 1992). Hallion, Richard P. Air Power and the Battle for Normandy. Air Power History 41 (Summer 1994). Ambrose, Stephen E. The Bulge. MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History 1 (Spring 1989). Herndon, Booton. Corpses Thawing in Springtime: The Bulge Revisited. The Virginia Quarterly Review (Spring 1995). Carr, Caleb. The American Rommel. MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History 4 (Summer 1992). Wittner, Lawrence S. American Policy Toward Greece During World War II. Diplomatic History 3 (Spring 1979). Sadkovich, James J. Of Myths and Men: Rommel and the Italians in North Africa, 1940-1942. The International History Review 13 (May 1991). Munch, Paul G. Patton's Staff and the Battle of the Bulge. Military Review 70 (May 1990). Sbrega, John J. Anglo-American Relations and the Selection of Mountbatten as Supreme Allied Commander, South East Asia. Military Affairs 46 (October 1982). Taylor, Graham D. The Axis Replacement Program: Economic Warfare and the Chemical Industry in Latin America, 1942-44. Diplomatic History 8 (Spring 1984). Hauner, Milan. Did Hitler Want a World Domination? Journal of Contemporary History 13 (January 1978).
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  • Bernstein, Barton J. Understanding the Atomic Bomb and the Japanese Surrender: Missed Opportunities, Little-Known Near Disasters, and Modern Memory. Diplomatic History 19 (Spring 1995). Bix, Herbert P. Japan's Delayed Surrender: A Reinterpretation. Diplomatic History 19 (Spring 1995). Pape, Robert A. Why Japan Surrendered. International Security (Fall 1993). Goldberg, Stanley. Racing to the Finish: The Decision to Bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The Journal of American-East Asian Relations 3 (Summer 1995). Miles, Rufus E., Jr. Hiroshima: The Strange Myth of Half a Million Lives Saved. International Security 9 (Fall 1985). Mohan, Uday and Tree, Sanho Hiroshima, the American Media, and the Construction of Conventional Wisdom. The Journal of American-East Asian Relations 3 (Summer 1995). Marshall, Robert. The Atomic Bomb-and the Lag in Historical Understanding. Intelligence and National Security 6 (April 1991). Burnham, Alexander. Okinawa, Harry Truman, and the Atomic Bomb. The Virginia Quarterly Review (Summer 1995). Walker, J. Samuel. History, Collective Memory, and the Decision to Use the Bomb. Diplomatic History 19 (Spring 1995). Minear, Richard H. Atomic Holocaust, Nazi Holocaust. Diplomatic History 19 (Spring 1995). Dower, John W. Triumphal and Tragic Narratives of the War in Asia. The Journal of American History 81 (December 1995). Boyer, Paul. Exotic Resonances: Hiroshima in American Memory. Diplomatic History 19 (Spring 1995). Burnham, Alexander. Okinawa, Harry Truman, and the Atomic Bomb. Virginia Quarterly Review 71 (Summer 1995). Coox, Alvin D. The Enola Gay and Japan's Struggle to Surrender. The Journal of American-East Asian Relations 3 (Summer 1995). Bernstein, Barton J. The Atomic Bombings Reconsidered. Foreign Affairs 74 (January/February 1995).
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  • Berry, Chad. Public, Private, and Popular: The United States Remembers World War II. Contemporary Austrian Studies 5 (1997). Bennett, Michael Todd. Anglophilia on Film: Creating an Atmosphere for Alliance, 1935-1941. Film and History 27 (1997). Krome, Frederic. The True Glory and the Failure of Anglo-American Film Propaganda in the Second World War. Journal of Contemporary History 33 (January 1998). Black, Gregory D. and Clayton R. Koppes. OWI Goes to the Movies: The Bureau of Intelligence's Criticism of Hollywood, 1942-43. Prologue 6 (Spring 1974). Donald, Ralph R. Awakening a Sleeping Giant: The Pearl Harbor Attack on Film. Film and History 27 (1997). Moeller, Susan D. Pictures of the Enemy: Fifty Years of Images of Japan in the American Press, 1941-92. Journal of American Culture 19 (Spring 1996). Valenti, Peter L. The Cultural Hero in the World War II Fantasy Film. Journal of Popular Film and Television 8 (1979). Beidler, Philip D. South Pacific and American Remembering-- or, 'Josh, We're Going to Buy This Son of a Bitch!' Journal of American Studies 27 (August 1993). Leff, Leonard J. Hollywood and the Holocaust: Remembering the Pawnbroker. American Jewish History 84 (1996). Manchell, Frank. A Reel Witness: Steven Spielberg's Representation of the Holocaust in Schindler's List. The Journal of Modern History 67 (March 1995). Cohen, Eliot. What Combat Does to Man: Private Ryan and its Critics. The National Interest 54 (Winter 1998/99). Cripps, Thomas and David Culbert. The Negro Soldier (1944): Film Propaganda in Black and White. American Quarterly 31 (Winter 1979). Garrett, Greg. It's Everybody's War: Racism and World War Two Documentary. Journal of Popular Film and Television 22 (Summer 1994). Leff, Leonard J. What in the World interests Women? Hollywood, Postwar America, and Johnny Belinda. Journal of American Studies 31 (December 1997). Kodat, Catherine Gunther. Saving Private Property: Steven Spielberg's American DreamWorks. Representations 71 (Summer 2000). Bennett, Todd. Culture, Power, and Mission to Moscow: Film and Soviet Relations during World War II. The Journal of American History 87 (September 2001). Rosenfield, Alvin H. The Holocaust in American Popular Culture. Midstream 39 (June/July 1983). Mandelbaum, Michael. The Political Lessons of Two World War II Novels: A Review Essay. Political Science Quarterly 93 (Fall 1979).
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  • Stoler, Mark A. A Half Century of Conflict: Interpretations of US World War II Diplomacy. Diplomatic History 18 (Summer 1994). Louis, William Roger and Ronald Robinson. The Imperialism of Decolonization. The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 22 (September 1994). Sbrega, John J. Determination versus Drift: The Anglo-American Debate over the Trusteeship Issue, 1941-1945. Pacific Historical Review 55 (May 1986). Sheffield, G.D. The Anglo-American Alliance, 1941-45. The Journal of Mississippi History 57 (Winter 1995). Phillips, Hugh. Mission to America: Maksim M. Litvinov in the United States, 1941-43. Diplomatic History 12 (Summer 1988). Maclean, Elizabeth Kimball. Joseph E. Davies and Soviet-American Relations, 1941-1943. Diplomatic History 4 (Winter 1980). Resis, Albert. Spheres of Influence in Soviet Wartime Diplomacy. The Journal of Modern History 53 (September 1981). Garrett, Crister S. and Stephen A. Garrett. Death and Politics: The Katyn Forest Massacre and American Foreign Policy. East European Quarterly 20 (Winter 1986). Ma, Xiaohua. The Sino-American Alliance During World War II and the Lifting of the Chinese Exclusion Acts. American Studies International 38 (June 2000). Dinnerstein, Leonard. America, Britain, and Palestine: The Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry and the Displaced Persons, 1945-46. Diplomatic History 4 (Summer 1980). McFarland, Stephen L. A Peripheral View of the Origins of the Cold War: The Crises in Iran, 1941-47. Diplomatic History 4 (Fall 1980): 333-51. Thorne, Christopher. Indochina and Anglo-American Relations, 1942-1945. Pacific Historical Review 45 (February 1976). Gallicchio, Marc. The Other China Hands: USArmy Officers and America's Failure in China, 1941-1950. The Journal of American-East Asian Relations 3 (Spring 1995). Villa, Brian L. The US Army, Unconditional Surrender, and the Potsdam Declaration. The Journal of American History 64 (June 1976).
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  • Summerfield, Penny. Gender and War in the Twentieth Century. The International History Review 19 (February 1997). Goodman, Phil. 'Patriotic Femininity': Women's Morals and Men's Morale During the Second World War. Gender and History 10 (August 1998). Honey, Maureen. Maternal Welders: Women's Sexuality and Propaganda on the Home Front During World War II. Prospects 22 (1997). Kalisch, Philip A. and Beatrice J. Kalisch. Nurses Under Fire: The World War II Experience of Nurses on Bataan and Corregidor. Nursing Research 25 (November-December 1976). Campbell, D'Ann. Women in Combat: The World War II Experience in the United States, Great Britain, Germany, and the Soviet Union. The Journal of Military History 57 (April 1993). Modell, John, Goulden, Marc and Magnusson, Sigurdur. World War II in the Lives of Black Americans: Some Findings and an Interpretation. The Journal of American History 75 (December 1989). Sandler, Stanley. Homefront Battlefront: Military Racial Disturbances in the Zone of the Interior, 1941-1945. War and Society 11 (October 1993). Dalfiume, Richard M. The 'Forgotten Years' of the Negro Revolution. The Journal of American History 55 (June 1968). Bailey, Beth and Farber, David. The 'Double-V' Campaign in World War II Hawaii: African-Americans, Racial Ideology, and Federal Power. Journal of Social History 26 (1993). Fox, Stephen C. General John DeWitt and the Proposed Internment of German and Italian Aliens during World War II. Pacific Historical Review 57 (November 1988). Okihiro, Gary Y. and Sly, Julie. The Press, Japanese Americans, and Concentration Camps. Phylon 44 (1983). Spickard, Paul R. The Nisei Assume Power: The Japanese Citizens League, 1941-1942. Pacific Historical Review 52 (May 1983). Shingler, Martin. The Fourth Warner Brother and Her Role in the War. Journal of American Studies 30 (April 1996). Litoff, Judy Barrett and Smith, David C. 'To the Rescue of the Crops': The Women's Land Army during World War II. Prologue 25 (Winter 1993). Barnhart, Edward N. The Individual Exclusion of Japanese Americans in World War II. Pacific Historical Review 29 (May 1960).
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This volume is part of a collection of facsimile reprints bringing together the most significant scholarship focusing on the origins, evolution, outcome, legacies and representations of the most significant conflict in the twentieth century, and one that transformed US history.
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World War II was a major formative factor in the creation of modern America. It changed the face of the United States, catapulting the country out of economic depression, political isolation and social conservatism. The articles collected here analyze all major phases of US involvement in World War II, as well as the impact of the war on domestic policies, diplomatic relations, and the cultural and social arenas, making this an unique one-stop resource.
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Green Library
196 p.
  • Introduction PART ONE: THE BACKGROUND Swislocz (Sislovitch) Jewish Settlement in Swislocz Theory and Biases Theory Interpreter Bias PART TWO: THE DIARIES AND INTERPRETATIONS A History of My Life Epilogue PART THREE: CASE STUDY METHODOLOGY The Data The Theory The Merits of Case Studies Adjunct to Induction Extrapolations from Popper's Philosophy of Science Conclusion.
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Can the case study, or psychobiographical method be a relevant research tool in the social sciences? This book explores this question by examining the effectiveness of the case study method in hypothesis formation and theory building by using excerpts from the actual diary of a Jewish-Russian immigrant. By interpreting each journal entry through the use of several theoretical formats, Abramson demonstrates how to undertake case study research and use the results to enhance our understanding of human behaviour.
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www.aspresolver.com North American Immigrant Letter, Diaries and Oral Histories
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
[71]-86 p. 23 cm.
Hoover Library
xii, 227 pages : illustrations, color map ; 23 cm.
  • List of Maps & Tables-- The Authors-- Maps -- The Middle East-- Introduction-- Understanding Syrias Civil War-- Evolving Norms of International Involvement in Domestic Conflicts: The Responsibility to Protect-- The Role of the Press in the Framing of Conflict-- Conflict Framing in 2011-- Conflict Framing in 2012-- Conflict Framing -- January 1 through August 21, 2013-- The August 2013 Chemical Weapons Attack: Framing of a Possible Military Response Conclusion-- Notes-- References-- Index.
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The Syrian Civil War has created the worst humanitarian disaster since the end of World War II, sending shock waves through Syria, its neighbours, and the European Union. Calls for the international community to intervene in the conflict, in compliance with the UN-sanctioned Responsibility to Protect (R2P), occurred from the outset and became even more pronounced following President Assads use of chemical weapons against civilians in August 2013. Despite that egregious breach of international convention, no humanitarian intervention was forthcoming, leaving critics to argue that UN inertia early in the conflict contributed to the current crisis. Syria, Press Framing, and The Responsibility to Protect examines the role of the media in framing the Syrian conflict, their role in promoting or, on the contrary, discouraging a robust international intervention. The media sources examined are all considered influential with respect to the shaping of elite views, either directly on political leaders or indirectly through their influence on public opinion. The volume provides a review of the arguments concerning appropriate international responses to events in Syria and how they were framed in leading newspapers in the United States, Great Britain, and Canada during the crucial early years of the conflict; considers how such media counsel affected the domestic contexts in which American and British decisions were made not to launch forceful interventions following Assads use of sarin gas in 2013; and offers reasoned speculation on the relevance of R2P in future humanitarian crises in light of the failure to protect Syrian civilians.
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SAL3 (off-campus storage)
3 volumes : illustrations (some color), maps, portraits ; 24 cm
  • Volume 1. Fighting the war / edited by John Ferris and Evan Mawdsley
  • volume 2. Politics and ideology / edited by Richard J.B. Bosworth and Joseph A. Maiolo
  • volume 3. Total war: economy, society and culture / edited by Michael Geyer and Adam Tooze.
The military events of the Second World War have been the subject of historical debate from 1945 to the present. It mattered greatly who won, and fighting was the essential determinant of victory or defeat. In Volume 1 of The Cambridge History of the Second World War a team of twenty-five leading historians offer a comprehensive and authoritative new account of the war's military and strategic history. Part I examines the military cultures and strategic objectives of the eight major powers involved. Part II surveys the course of the war in its key theatres across the world, and assesses why one side or the other prevailed there. Part III considers, in a comparative way, key aspects of military activity, including planning, intelligence, and organisation of troops and material, as well as guerrilla fighting and treatment of prisoners of war.
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The conflict that ended in 1945 is often described as a 'total war', unprecedented in both scale and character. Volume 3 of The Cambridge History of the Second World War adopts a transnational approach to offer a comprehensive and global analysis of the war as an economic, social and cultural event. Across twenty-eight chapters and four key parts, the volume addresses complex themes such as the political economy of industrial war, the social practices of war, the moral economy of war and peace and the repercussions of catastrophic destruction. A team of nearly thirty leading historians together show how entire nations mobilized their economies and populations in the face of unimaginable violence, and how they dealt with the subsequent losses that followed. The volume concludes by considering the lasting impact of the conflict and the memory of war across different cultures of commemoration.
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War is often described as an extension of politics by violent means. With contributions from twenty-five eminent historians, Volume 2 of The Cambridge History of the Second World War examines the relationship between ideology and politics in the war's origins, dynamics and consequences. Part I examines the ideologies of the combatants and shows how the war can be understood as a struggle of words, ideas and values with the rival powers expressing divergent claims to justice and controlling news from the front in order to sustain moral and influence international opinion. Part II looks at politics from the perspective of pre-war and wartime diplomacy as well as examining the way in which neutrals were treated and behaved. The volume concludes by assessing the impact of states, politics and ideology on the fate of individuals as occupied and liberated peoples, collaborators and resistors, and as British and French colonial subjects.
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Green Library
1 p. l., [1], p. 734-743, p. 667-679 ; 24 cm.
  • Transistion from familism to nationalism among Chinese in Hawaii
  • The relation between position and status in the assimilation of Chinese in Hawaii.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xxiii, 308 pages, [16] p. of plates : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
  • Camp Mills, New York, June 1918
  • Crossing the Atlantic, June 1918
  • England, June 1918
  • Arrival in France, June 1918
  • Training in Humberville, July 1918
  • Up to the front, August 1918
  • The St. Mihiel offensive, September 1918
  • The Meuse-Argonne offensive, October 1918
  • War's end, November 1918
  • Through Belgium and Luxembourg, November-December 1918
  • Germany, December 1918-March 1919
  • Back to France, March 1919
  • School in Montpellier, March-April 1919
  • Notes, April-August 1919.
Nels Anderson's World War I Diary provides a rare glimpse into the wartime experiences of one of the most well-respected sociologists of the twentieth century, the renowned author of "The Hobo "(1920) and "Desert Saints: The Mormon Frontier in Utah "(1942). Anderson, a keen observer of people, places, and events his entire life, joined the U.S. Army in 1918 at the age of 29 and was sent to Europe to fight as part of the Allied Expeditionary Force (AEF) under General Pershing. Because keeping a journal was strongly discouraged among American forces during WWI, particularly among the rank-and-file soldiers, Anderson's diary stands as a rare gem. Furthermore, it is the only known account of war service during WWI by a member of the LDS Church. Anderson joined the Mormon faith after accepting the hospitality of an extended Mormon ranching family during his travels throughout the American West as a working hobo.Anderson's accounts of the St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne offensives are particularly remarkable given the challenges of keeping a detailed journal amidst the chaos and suffering of the war's Western Front. His insights into the depravity and callousness of war are buttressed with intimate human portraits of those to whom he was closest. The war years provided many formative experiences that would prove to have a lasting influence on Anderson's views regarding the working poor, authority, and human values; this would come to bear heavily on his later work as a pioneering sociologist at the University of Chicago, where he helped establish participant observation as a research method. The many introspective entries contained in this volume will be of reat interest to military historians and history buffs as well as to those in the social sciences looking to find the intellectual origins of Anderson's later work in the burgeoning field of sociology.
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Green Library

11. The Cold War [2001]

5 v. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • 1. Origins of the Cold War: The Great Historical Debate, Hb: 350pp: 0-8153-3238-6: 1. Grob, Gerald N and George Athan Billias America and the Cold War: Containment or Counterrevolution? Interpretations of American History: Pattern and Perspectives [New York Free Press 1992] 2. Gorodetsky, Gabriel The Origins of the Cold War: Stalin, Churchill and the Formation of the Grand Alliance, Russian Review 47 [1988] 3. Aga-Rossi, Elena Roosevelt's European Policy and the Origins of the Cold War: A Reevaluation, Telos 96 [1993] 4. Sherwin, Martin The Atomic Bomb and the Origins of the Cold War: US Atomic-Energy Policy and Diplomacy, 1941-1945 American Historical Review 78 [1973] 5. Maddox, Robert Repatriations and the Origins of the Cold War, Mid-America 67 [1985] 6. Melby, John F The Origins of the Cold War in China, Pacific Affairs 41 [1968] 7. Pollard, Robert A Economic Security and the Origins of the Cold War:Bretton Woods, the Marshall Plan and Rearmament, 1944-1959, Diplomatic History 9 [1985] 8. Herring, George C Lend-Lease to Russia and the Origins of the Cold War, 1944-5, Journal of American History [June 1969] 9. Lukas, Richard C The Big Three and the Warsaw Uprising, Military Affairs 39 [1975] 10. Paterson, Thomas G The Abortive Loan to Russia and the Origins of the Cold War, 1943-46, Journal of American History 56 [1969] 11. Theoharis, Alan Roosevelt and Truman on Yalta: The Origins of the Cold War, Political Science Quarterly 87 [1972] 12. Leffler, Melvyn P Inside Enemy Archives: The Cold War Re-opened, Foreign Affairs 75 [1996] 13. Shlaim, Avi The Partition of Germany and the Origins of the Cold War, Review of International Studies (Great Britain) 11 [1985] 14. Mark, Eduard American Foreign Policy toward Eastern Europe and the Origins of the Cold War, 1941-1946: An Alternative Interpretation, Journal of American History 68 [1981] 15. McFarland, Stephen L A Peripheral View of the Origins of the Cold War: The Crisis in Iran, 1941-1947, Diplomatic History 4 [1980] 16. Kirby, Diane Truman's Holy Alliance: The President, The Pope, and the Origins of the Cold War, Borderlines:Studies in American Culture (Great Britain) 4 [1997] 17. Borhi, Laszlo The United States, Hungary and the Origins of the Cold War, Hungarian Studies 7 [1991-1992] 18. Walker, Samuel J The Origins of the Cold War in United States History Textbooks, Journal of American History 81 [1995] 2. National Security Policy Planning from Truman to Reagan and from Stalin to Gorbachev, Hb: 350pp: 0-815-3239-4: 1. Beisner, Robert L Patterns of Peril: Dean Acheson Joins the Cold Warriors, 1945-1946, Diplomatic History 20 [1996] 2. I.
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  • 1. Beisner, Robert L Patterns of Peril: Dean Acheson Joins the Cold Warriors, 1945-1946, Diplomatic History 20 [1996] 2. Raack, R C Stalin Plans His Post-War Germany, Journal of Contemporary History [1993] 3. Varsori, Antonio Italian Diplomacy and Contrasting Perceptions of American Policy After World War II (1947-1950), Storia Nordamericana (Italy) [1986] 4. Rosenberg, David The Origins of Overkill: Nuclear Weapons and American Strategy, 1945-1960, International Security [Spring 1983] 5. Costigliola, Frank Unceasing Pressure on Penetration: Gender, Pathology and Emotion in George Kennan's Formation of the Cold War, Journal of American History [March 1997] 6. Larres, Kalus Eisenhower and the First Forty days After Stalin's Death: The Incompatibility of detente and Political Warfare, Diplomacy and Statecraft [1995] 7. Medhurst, Martin Atoms for Peace and Nuclear Hegemony: The Rhetorical Structure of a Cold War Campaign, Armed Forces and Society [Summer 1997] 8. Greene, Daniel John Foster Dulles and the End of the Franco-American Entente in Indochina, Diplomatic History [Fall 1992] 9. Johnson, Robert David The Origins of Dissent: Senate Liberals and Vietnam, 1959-1964, Pacific Historical Review [May 1996] 10. Wehrle, Edmund A Good, Bad Deal: John F Kennedy, W Averell Harriman, and the Naturalization of Laos, 1961, Pacific Historical Review [August 1998] 11. Garson, Robert Lyndon B Johnson and the China Enigma, Journal of Contemporary Asia [1997] 12. Nelson, Keith Nixon, Brezhnev, and Detente, Peace and Change [April 1991] 13. Kuniholm, Bruce R The Carter Doctrine, the Reagan Corollary and Prospects for United States Policy in Southwest Asia, International Journal [1986] 14. Scott, James M Interbranch Rivalry and the Reagan Doctrine in Nicaragua, Political Science Quarterly [1997] 15. Jackson, William D Soviet Assessment of Ronal Reagan, 1985-1988, Political Science Quarterly [1998-1999] 16. Joo, Seung-Ho Soviet Policy on Seoul-Moscow Normalization, Comparitive Strategy [October/December 1994] 17. Teiwes, Frederick C Mao and his Lieutenants, Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs [January/July 1988] 18. Di, Hi The Most Respected Enemy: Mao Zedong's Perception of the United States, China Quarterly [March 1994] 19. Shambaugh, David The Soviet Influence on China's Worldview, Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs [January 1992] 20. Busch, Andrew E Ronald reagan and the defeat of the Soviet Empire, Presidentail Studies Quarterly [Summer 1997].
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815332398 20160527
  • 1. Mark, Eduard The War Scare of 1946 and its Consequences, Diplomatic History 21 [1997] 2. Gallicchio, Marc The Kuriles Controversy: US Diplomacy in the Soviet-Japan Border Dispute, 1941-1956, Pacific Historical Review 60 [1991] 3. Pennacchio, Charles F The East German Communists and the Origins of the Berlin Blockade Crisis, East European Quarterly 29 [1995] 4. Stueck, William The United States, the Soviet Union and the Division of Korea: A Comparitive Approach, Journal of American-East Asian Relations 4 [1995] 5. Makajima, Mineo The Sino-Soviet Confrontation: Its Roots in the International Background of the Korean War, Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs 1 [1979] 6. Brune, Lester H Recent Scholarship and Findings about Korean War, American Studies International 36 [1998] 7. Marks, Frederick W, III The CIA and Castillo Armas in Guatemala, 1954: New Clues to an Old Puzzle, Diplomatic History 14 [1990] 8. Chang, Gordon The Absence of War in the US-China Confrontation Over Quemoy and Matsu in 1954-1955: Contingency, Luck, Deterrence? American Historical Review 98 [1993] 9. Xiaobing, Li Chinese Intentions and 1954-55 Offshore Island Crisis, Chinese Historian 3 [1990] 10. Bekes, Csaba The 1956 Revolution and World Politics, Hungarian Quarterly 36 [1995] 11. Little, Douglas His Finest Hour? Eisenhower, Lebanon, and the 1958 Middle East Crisis, Diplomatic History 20 [1996] 12. Lesch, David W When the Relationship Went Sour: Syria and the Eisenhower Administration, Presidential Studies Quarterly 28 [1998] 13. Collins, Carole The Cold War Comes to Africa: Cordier and the 1960 Congo Crisis, Journal of International Affairs 47 [1993] 14. Gieijeses, Piero Ships in the Night: The CIA, The White House and The Bay of Pigs, Journal of Latin American Studies 27 [1995] 15. Brenner, Philip Cuba and the Missile Crisis, Journal of Latin American Studies 22 [1990] 16. Fursenko, Aleksandr, and Timothy Naftali Soviet Intelligence and the Cuban Missile Crisis, Intelligence and National Security 13 [1998] 17. Lebow, Richard Ned Domestic Politics and the Cuban Missile Crisis: The Traditional and Revisionist Interpretations Reevaluated, Diplomatic History 14 [1990] 18. Iian, Chen China's Involvement with the Vietnam War, 1964-69, China quarterly 142 [1995] 19. Bingham, Robert K Vietnamese-American Peace Negotiations: The Failed 1965 Initiatives, Journal of American-East Asian Relations 4 [1995] 20. Gaiduk, Ilya V Soviet Policy Towards US Participation in the Vietnam War, History 81 [1996] 21. Vida, Istvan Janos Kadar and the Czechoslovak Crisis of 1968, Hungarian Quarterly 35 [1994] 22. Goldman, Mint.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815332404 20160527
  • 1. Whitfield, Stephen J The Cultural Cold War as History, Virginia Quarterly Review 69 [1993] 2. Gould-Davis, Nigel Rethinking the Role of Ideology in International Politics During the Cold War, Journal of Cold War Studies 1 [1999] 3. Wagnleitner, Reinhold The Irony of American Culture Abroad: Austria and the Cold War, Recasting America Lary May, editor [Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1989] 4. Poiger, Uta G Rock'n'Roll, Female Sexuality and the Cold War Battle Over German Identities, Journal of Modern History 68 [1996] 5. Sandeen, Eric J The Family of Man on the Road to Moscow, European Contributions to American Studies- Netherlands 29 [1994] 6. Epstein, Barbara Anti-Communism, Homophobia and the Construction of Masculinity in the Postwar US, Critical Sociology 20 [1994] 7. Meyerowitz, Joanne Beyond the Feminine Mystique: A Reassessment of Postwar Mass Culture, 1946-1958, Journal of American History 79 [1993] 8. Garrand, John The Original Manuscript of Forever Flowing: Gossman's Autopsy of the New Soviet Man, Slavic and East European Journal 38 [1994] 9. Levy, Peter Painting the Black Freedom Struggle Red, Previously unpublished 10. Brown, JoAnne A is for Atom, B is for Bomb: Civil Defense in American Public Education, 1948-1963, Journal of American History 75 [1988] 11. Hepburn, Mary A Educating for Democracy: The Years following World War II, Social Studies 81 [1990] 12. Young, Charles S Missing in Action: POW Films, Brainwashing and the Korean War, 1954-1968, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television 18 [1998] 13. Edelman, Robert Stalin and His Soccer Soldiers, History Today 43 [1993] 14. Maland, Charles Dr Strangelove (1964): Nightmare Comedy and the Ideology of Liberal Consensus, American Quarterly 31 [1979] 15. Brauer, Carl M Kennedy, Johnson and the War on Poverty, Journal of American History 69 [1982] 16. Hixson, Walter Six Weeks at Sokolniki: Soviet Responses to the American Exhibition. Parting the Curtain, Propaganda, Culture and the Cold War, 1945-1961 [New York: St Martins Press, 1997] 17. Worland, Rick Sign-Posts Up Ahead: The Twilight Zone , The Outer Limits and TV Political Fantasy 1959-1965, Science Fiction Studies 23 [1996] 18. Mathews, Jane De Hart Art and Politics in Cold War America, Journal of American History 81 [1994] 19. Savage, Sean To Purge Or Not to Purge: Hamlet Harry and the Dixiecrats, 1948-1952, Presidential Studies Quarterly 27 [1997] 20. Little, Stuart J The Freedom Train: Citizenship and Postwar Political Culture, 1946-1949, American Studies 34 [1993] 21. Powell, Patricia and Joseph Wong Propaganda Posters from the Chinese Cultural Revolution, Hist.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815332428 20160527
  • 1. Gaddis, John Lewis Intelligence, Espionage and Cold War Origins, Diplomatic History 13 [1989] 2. Feifer, George The Berlin Tunnel, MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History 10 [1998] 3. Zubok, Vladislav Soviet Intelligince and the Cold War: The Small committee of Information, 1952-53, Diplomatic History 19 [1995] 4. Guth, David W Ike's Red Scare: The Harry Dexter White Crisis, American Journalism 13 [1996] 5. Whitaker, Reg Spies Who Might Have Been: Canada and the Myth of Cold War Counterintelligence, Intelligence and National Security 12 [1997] 6. Sarotte, M E Spying Not Only on Strangers:Documenting Stasi Involvement in the Cold War, Intelligence and National Security 11 [1996] 7. Barnes, Trevor The Secret Cold War: The CIA and American Foreign Policy in Europe, 1946-1956, Historical Journal 24 [1981,1982] 8. Taylor, Sandra C Long-haired Women, Short-haired Spies: Gender, Espionage and America's War in Vietnam, Intelligence and National Security 13 [1998] 9. Gerard, Christopher On the Road to Vietnam: The Loss of China Syndrome, Pat McCarran and J Edgar Hoover, Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 37 [1994] 10. Han, Yelong An Untold Story: American Policy Toward Chinese Students in the United States, 1949-1955, Journal of American-East Asian Relations 2 [1993] 11. Simmons, Jerold The Origins of the Campaign to Abolish HUAC, 1956-1961, The Californian Connection, Southern California Quarterly 64 [1982] 12. Lee, R Alton McCarthyism at the University of South Dakota, South Dakota History 19 [1989] 13. Bryan, Ferald J Joseph McCarthy, Robert Kennedy and the Greek Shipping Crisis: a Study of Foreign Policy Rhetoric, Presidential Studies Quarterly 24 [1994] 14. Rossi, John P The British Reaction to McCarthyism, 1950-1954, Mid-America 70 [1988] 15.Lovin, Hugh T Lyndon P Johnson, The Subversive Activities Control Board and the Politics of Anti-Communism, North Dakota Quarterly 54 [1986] 16. Chen, Jian The ward case and the Emergence of Sino-American Congrontation, 1948-1950, Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs 30 [1993] 17. Geelhoed, E Bruce Dwight D Eisenhower, the Spy Place and the Summit: A Quarter Century Retrospective, Presidential Studies Quarterly 17 [1987] 18. Kauppi, Mark Intelligence Assessments of Soviet Motivations: JIS 80 and Kennan's Long Telegram, Intelligence and National Security 9 [1994] 19. Klehr, Harvey and John Haynes The Comintern's open Secrets, The American Spectator [December 1992] 20. McAuliffe, Mary S Dwight D Eisenhower and Wolf Ladejinsky: The Politics of the Declining Red Scare, Prologue 14 [1982] 21. Josephson, Harrold Ex-Communists in Crossfire: A Col.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815332411 20160528
This reprint collection brings together articles and essays on the Cold War from a wide range of international journals written by scholars of history, political science, international relations, sociology, and cultural studies. It is a useful source for students of contemporary history and society from a number of fields. From the extensive critical literature, the editor has chosen articles that convey the sharpest understanding of the conflict and organised them in a five-volume collection according to major historical issues of the Cold War; its origins, security policies, hot wars, espionage, and its impact on U.S. society. The Cold War collection shows how the conflict defined the political landscape of the second half of the twentieth century, shaping the domestic and foreign policy agendas of nations and leaving no region of the world free from the forty-year conflict waged between the superpowers. But it also makes clear how the Cold War always surpassed political and military decision makers. From the beginning, it influenced culture, sport, art, education, media, and society in intimate ways. Its legacy today is profound and lasting. 1. Origins of the Cold War: The Great Historical Debate 350pp: 0-8153-3238-6: 2. National Security Policy Planning from Truman to Reagan 350pp: 0-8153-3239-4: 3. Ho.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815337218 20160527
This five volume set of reprinted articles is a definitive source of material on the Cold War, from the wars of Korea and Vietnam to Afghanistan. It discusses the roles of politics, religion, popular culture, civil rights, McCarthyism and feminism. Each volume includes two or three primary documents in addition to articles and an introductory essay.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815332428 20160527
Green Library
3 v. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Volume One: Race, Ethnicity and Culture in Modern Japan Section One: Ideologies of Race, Culture and Ethnicity 1. Kevin M. Doak, Ethnic Nationalism and romanticism in early twentieth century Japan, Journal of Japanese Studies, 22, no.1, Winter 1996, pp. 77-103. 2. John Dower, 'The Pure Self' in War Without Mercy: Race and Power in the Pacific War, (New York: Pantheon Books, 1986), pp. 203-233. 3. Takashi Fujitani, Inventing, Forgetting, Remembering in Splendid Monarchy: Power and Pageantry in Modern Japan, (New York and London: University of California Press, 1996), pp. 1-28 4. David L. Howell, Ethnicity and Culture in Contemporary Japan, Journal of Contemporary History, No. 31, 1996, pp. 171-190. 5. Mark J. Hudson, Tales Told in a Dream in Ruins of Identity: ethnogenesis in the Japanese Islands, (Hawaii: U. Hawaii Press, 1999), pp. 23-55. 6. John Lie, Pop Multiethnicity in Multi-Ethnic Japan, (Cambridge and London: Harvard University Press, 2001), pp. 53-82. 7. Tessa Morris-Suzuki, The Invention and Reinvention of Japanese Culture, The Journal of Asian Studies, 54.3 (August 1995), pp. 759-780. 8. Weiner Michael, The Discourse of Race and Nation in pre-1945 Japan, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 1995, Vol. 18, No. 3, July, pp. 433-456. 9. Kosaku Yoshino, The nihonjinron: thinking elites ideas of Japanese uniqueness in Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary Japan-- a sociological enquiry, (London: Routledge, 1992), pp. 9-38. Section Two: Former Natives: AINU 10. John Cornell, Ainu Assimilation and Cultural Extinction, Ethnology, 3, 1964, pp. 287-304. 11. Lisa Hiwasaki, Ethnic Tourism in Hokkaido and the Shaping of Ainu Identity, Pacific Affairs, Fall 2000, Vol. 73, Issue 3, pp. 393-413. 12. David Howell, Ainu Ethnicity and the Boundaries of the Early Japanese State Past and Present, February 1994, No. 142, pp. 69-93. 13. Richard Siddle, With shining eyes: Ainu protest and resistance, 1869-1945, in Race, Resistance and the Ainu of Japan, (London and New York: Routledge, 1996), pp. 113-146. 14. Georgina Stevens, The Ainu and Human Rights: Domestic and International Legal Protections, Japanese Studies, Sept. 2001, Vol.21, Issue 2, 181-198 15. Brett L. Walker Epidemic Disease, Medicine, and the Shifting Ecology of Ezo in The Conquest of the Ainu Lands: Ecology and Culture in Japanese Expansion, 1590-1800, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001), pp. 177-203. Volume II: Indigenous and Colonial Others Section one: Burakumin 16. George De Vos and Hiroshi Wagatsuma, Group Solidarity and Individual Mobility, in George De Vos and Hiroshi Wagatsuma (eds.) Japan's Invisible Race: Caste in Culture and Society, (Berkeley: Universi.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415208543 20160528
Drawing on the full range of materials published during the twentieth century, this three volume set incorporates previously published material concerning the formation of 'racial' identities in Japan, and social exclusion as experienced by the Ainu, Burakumin, Okinawans, and Chinese and Korean residents. It also includes material related to migration, both pre- and postwar, with special reference to the formation of Nikkeijin (Latin American national of Japanese descent) communities. In addition to those populations conventionally defined as minorities, 'racial' discourse also affects Japanese attitudes toward and perceptions of other groups (e.g. Asians, Blacks, Jews). To ensure both the fullest possible coverage of the related literature and to provide a framework for comparative analysis, this set also incorporates analyses of Japanese attitudes toward these groups. Intended as a resource for both students and specialist researchers, this collection provides a unique introduction of the English language literature related to 'race', migration, and identity in Japan. In addition to textual material related to specific issues or groups, the set provides comprehensive bibliographies and a listing of relevant Internet sources. There is also a new introduction and thorough index, making this set an invaluable reference tool.
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Green Library

13. The Psychohistory review [1976 - 1999]

23 v. 23-28 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xiv, 271 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Part 1. Order. Reinventing Oral History for the Qualitative Researcher. Introduction. Oral History Evolving and a Work in Progress. Mnemosyne, Goddess of Memory. Why Oral History Now? Sorting Out Oral Traditions. Perspectives. Oral History as a Social Justice Project. On the Critical Importance of Testimony as Oral History. Summary. Part 2. Design and Tension. The Tools of the Oral Historian: The Choreography of Techniques and Issues. Introduction. Interviewing as a Creative Act of the Imagination. Oral History Interviewing. Types of Interview Questions. Preparing Questions. About Phone Interviews. Some Interviewing Rules of Thumb from the Interviewer's Point of View. Perennial Ethical Issues for the Interviewer. Analyzing and Interpreting Oral History Interview Data. Journal Writing for the Oral Historian and for the Narrator. Documents as Data. Documents, Artifacts, and Photographs to Augment Oral History Reports. Summary. Part 3. Balance and Composition. Becoming an Oral Historian. Introduction. Writing Up the Narrative. The Researcher's Reflexive Journal. Using Poetry in Oral History to Represent Someone's Story. The Potential and Eloquence of the Narrative in Digital Storytelling. Internet Inquiry, the Wiki World, and Copyleft Agreements for Oral Historians and Qualitative Researchers. Finding Models of Digital Oral History Using Tools of the Web. Awareness of Ethical and Legal Issues. Putting Some Pieces Together: Crafting an Oral History Report. Summary. Part 4. Harmony. The Art of Making Sense of Oral History Projects with a Choreography of Social Justice. Introduction. Why I Do Oral History. Hawkins's Theory of Dance, Experience, and Art. Final Reflections. Appendices: A. Selected Electronic Resources: Websites and Listservs for the Oral Historian. B. Selected Oral History Centers, Archives, and Collections. C. Selected Journals That Publish Oral Histories and Related Issues. D. Sample Consent Form for Project Undergoing IRB Review. E. Basic Contract (Sample). F. Federal Statement on Oral History. G. Statement on IRBs from the American Historical Association (Edited). H. List of Choreographers Used for Surnames of Participants. I. Practicing the Techniques of Oral History: Strategies and Activities to Sharpen Your Writing Skills. J. Excerpt from an Oral History of a 9/11 Firefighter. K. Excerpt from an Oral History of Hurricane Katrina Survivors. L. Example of a Nonparticipant Observation Assignment to Develop Observation Skills. M. A Sample Rubric Assessing Writing. N. Interview Project Assignment. O. Example of a Qualitative Research Methods Syllabus. P. An Excerpt of a Transcript (Edited) from an Interview with Jane A. de Mille. Q. Digital Equipment for the Oral Historian.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781606235560 20160604
Oral history is a particularly useful way to capture ordinary people's lived experiences. This innovative book introduces the full array of oral history research methods and invites students and qualitative researchers to try them out in their own work. Using choreography as an organizing metaphor, the author presents creative strategies for collecting, representing, analyzing, and interpreting oral history data. Instructive exercises and activities help readers develop specific skills, such as nonparticipant observation, interviewing, and writing, with a special section on creating found data poems from interview transcripts. Also covered are uses of journals, court transcripts, and other documents; Internet resources, such as social networking sites; and photography and video. Emphasizing a social justice perspective, the book includes excerpts of oral histories from 9/11 and hurricane Katrina, among other detailed case examples. The book will be of interest to qualitative researchers and evaluators in education, psychology, sociology, management, nursing, social work, and communications. It will also serve as a supplemental text in graduate-level courses such as qualitative research, advanced qualitative research methods, field methods, interpretive/critical research, narrative research, and research methods/the dissertation.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781606235560 20160604
Green Library

15. Jewish social studies [1939 - ]

v. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Green Library, SAL3 (off-campus storage)

16. Osteuropa [1951 - ]

v. 24 cm.
Green Library, Media & Microtext Center, SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving), SAL3 (off-campus storage)


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