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Index of member publications 1986-1987

Index Of Member Publications December, 1986-December, 1987

These papers are available at no charge from the Bulletin. A contribution to cover costs of of printing and mailing is appreciated.

  1. Christian Bay, Human Rights, Political Obligation and Legitimation Theory

  2. Hans Blumenfeld, Does Deterrence Deter War?

  3. Ken Burkhardt, Foundations and Applications of General Systems Theory with a Focus on Science Education

  4. Frank Chalk & Kurt Jonassohn, A Typology of Genocide and Some Implications for the Human Rights Agenda

  5. Carol Cohn, Sex & Death in the Rational World of Defense Intellectuals

  6. Phyllis Creighton, Brief to the Interfaith Hearings on Nuclear Issues

  7. Chandler Davis

  8. Sociobiology’s Claim to Explain Humanity

  9. La sociobiologie et son explication de l’humanité

  10. Background to Funding

  11. Issues in the American Math Society

  12. Walter Dorn, The United Nations, Nuclear Disarmament and BGOs

  13. Michael Duguay, In Search of Schroedinger’s Cat, 1987

  14. William Epstein

  15. Nuclear Testing, Illusion and Reality

  16. Is Canada Joining the Arms Race?

  17. Eric Fawcett and Derek Paul, Conventional and Chemical Disarmament as Confidence building Measures Leading to Nuclear Disarmament

  18. Arthur Forer, Chemical and Biological Weapons

  19. Franklyn Griffiths, New Thinking in the Kremlin

  20. David Horwood and Peter Grogono, Star Wars

  21. George Ignatieff

  22. Has Containment Worked?

  23. Vision of a Nuclear-Free Canada

  24. William Klassen, Science and Religion: Partners for Peace

  25. Robert Malcolmson

  26. The Pursuit of Security in the Nuclear Age

  27. Nuclear Weapons and the Averting of War

  28. Barry O’Neill, Game Theory and the Study of the Deterrence of War

  29. David Parnas, Star Wars, Dream or Nightmare?

  30. Derek Paul, Peace Research

  31. Anatol Rapoport

  32. Perspectives on the Study of Conflict

  33. The Redemption of Science

  34. Floyd Rudmin, Anti-War Psychologists: August Forel

  35. Stephen Salaff

  36. Canada and Yellow Rain: Time for Re-evaluation

  37. Better Trade with Russia

  38. Dieter Senghaas, Transcending Collective Violence, the Civilizing Process and the Peace Problem

  39. Elizabeth Wilton, On the Role of the United Nations with Reference to Canada

  40. Murray Wilton, An Open Letter to the Hon. Daniel Inouye

  41. Walter Zessner, Technological Utopianism: Towards a Dynamic Analysis of Paradoxical Relations between Visionary and Utopian Ideations

Books Authored Or Edited By Members, 1987

These books are available at your local bookstore. If not, write the Bulletin for publisher information.

  1. Hans Blumenfeld, Life Begins at 65: The not Entirely Candid Autobiography of a Drifter

  2. Archie Harms and Douglas Wyman, Mathematics and Physics of Neutron Radiography

  3. Leonard Johnson, A General for Peace

  4. Walter Dorn, Peace Keeping Satellites The Bulletin has a consignment of this book. Make checks payable to PRI-Dundas. $8.00.

  5. Pierre LaPlante and Joseph Levy, La Fait: Nouvelles Avenues

  6. Thames Perry and James Foulks, End the Arms Race, Fitnd Human Needs

  7. Translated from the Russian by Anatol Rapoport: Yu. B. Germeier, Non-Antagonistic Games

  8. Dieter Senghaas, Die Zukunft Ettropas: Trobleme der Friedensgestaltung

  9. A.H. Weatherley and H.S. Gill, The Biology of Fish Growth

Bulletin Publications 1987

  1. 1987 Annual Meeting Report Membership Brochure

  2. Special Report #1: Walter Dorn, Satellite and Airborne Surveillance

  3. Special Report #2: Paul LeBlond, Anatol Rapoport, et al, First Conference of Science for Peace Research and Education Directors

  4. Special Report #3: T.C. Hutchinson and Julie Chouinard, Environmental and Agricultural Consequences of a Major Nuclear Power Plant Accident

  5. Special Report #4: Derek Paul and Bryan Southern, Radioactive Air Monitoring: A Survey of Ontario

  6. Walter Dorn, A Directory of Canadian Scientific Expertise: Peace and Security Aspects

Past Publications Still Available (from the 1986 Brochure)

  1. Simon Dalby. Issues in Education and Culture: On Teaching Peace This publication should be ordered directly from Continuing Studies, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C. V5A 1S6 $2.00

  2. Gaston Fischer, Are There Other Civilizations in the Universe with Whom We May Hope to Establish Contact? (Also in French)

  3. Ursula Franklin

  4. New Approaches to Understanding Technology

  5. Knowledge Reconsidered: A Feminist Overview

  6. Franklyn Griffiths, Through the One-Way Glass: Mutual Perceptions in Relations between the US and USSR

  7. George Ignatieff

  8. A Strategy for Survival

  9. Peace Studies and the University

  10. Robert Malcolmson, Defending Against Nuclear Weapons: Promises and Perils

  11. Barry O’Neill

  12. A Measure of Crisis Instability

  13. Applications of a Crisis

  14. Instability Index

  15. Andrew Pakula, Perceptual Factors in East-West Conflict

  16. Derek Paul

  17. Radioactive Air Monitoring

  18. The Responsibility of Scientists and SDI

  19. J.M. Pearson, The Canadian North and a Possible Canadian Influence on US Defence Policy

  20. Anatol Rapoport

  21. Preparation for Nuclear War, the Final Madness

  22. The Peace Capacity Of the Superpowers

  23. The Technological Imperative

  24. A Possible Role of Universities in the Preservation of Peace

  25. Subjective Aspects of Risk

  26. Conflict Escalation and Conflict Dynamics

  27. Maintaining a Chronic State of War

  28. Game Theory, The Contributions of Game Theory to Peace Research and Applications of Game Theoretic Concepts in Biology

  29. The Two Cultures

  30. Luis Sobrino, et al

  31. The Cruise Missile: A Canadian Perspective

  32. CFMETR: Ethical and Moral Considerations

  33. The U.S. SDI: Should Canada Participate?

  34. Michael Wallace, Accidental Nuclear War, A Risk Assessment

  35. Derek Paul and Gwen McGrenere, editors, Defending Europe This book is on consignment from the publisher at a special rate: $14. Make checks to Science for Peace.

Over the past year the editor and the Publications Committee have recommended other material not written by Science for Peace members. Look for a list of these publications and a resource list in a forthcoming Bulletin.

A number of members, libraries and interested non-members who make regular use of the Bulletin’s publications recommendations make special contributions to the Publications Program, for which they receive income tax receipts.

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