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eBook War: Patterns of Conflict ePub

by Robert K. Ramers,Richard E. Barringer

  • ISBN: 0262020688
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Robert K. Ramers,Richard E. Barringer
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The MIT Press; 1st edition (May 15, 1972)
  • Pages: 309
  • ePub book: 1184 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1247 kb
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In this book," wrote the late Quincy Wright, "Richard Barringer has made a contribution to the study of international conflict by devising a new method of classifying empirical data to characterize conflict and its stages of development, with results of considerable predictive value. Historians have long applied experienced judgment to distill the most significant factors "In this book," wrote the late.

War: Patterns of Conflict. by Samuel H Beer, Richard E Barringer. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780262020688 (978-0-262-02068-8) Hardcover, The MIT Press, 1972. Find signed collectible books: 'War: Patterns of Conflict'. Learn More at LibraryThing. Richard E Barringer at LibraryThing.

Patterns of Conflict was a presentation by Colonel John Boyd outlining his theories on modern combat and how the key to success was to upset the enemy's time cycle or loop", or OODA loop. Patterns developed the idea of a "counter-blitz", a blitzkrieg in reverse, with numerous attacks followed by withdrawals to the rear

Personal Name: Ramers, Robert K. War : patterns of conflict/technical manual. C) 2017-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

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Patterns of Conflict. By Richard E. Barringer. With Robert K. Ramers. Foreword by Quincy Wright. In this book," wrote the late Quincy Wright, "Richard Barringer has made a contribution to the study of international conflict by devising a new method of classifying empirical data to characterize conflict and its stages of development, with results of considerable predictive value.

com: War: Patterns of Conflict: 27 cm, 293, tables, bibliography, appendices, index, DJ scuffed and worn, especially at edges. Foreword by Quincey Wright.

Book's title: War: patterns of conflict. Personal Name: Barringer, Richard E. Publication, Distribution, et. Cambridge, Mass. Library of Congress Control Number: 78123249. National Bibliography Number: GB72-18562. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 026202020858 (manual). MIT Press (c). Physical Description: xvi, 293 . 27 cm. General Note: "An earlier version. was submitted as a doctoral dissertation to the Department of Political Science at .

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Book's title: War : patterns of conflict. System Control Number: ocm00196689.

"In this book," wrote the late Quincy Wright, "Richard Barringer has made a contribution to the study of international conflict by devising a new method of classifying empirical data to characterize conflict and its stages of development, with results of considerable predictive value." Historians have long applied experienced judgment to distill the most significant factors in the development of large-scale conflict, and modern social scientists have attempted to reduce its acknowledged multidimensionality to manageable proportions by the application of correlation-based factorial techniques. The present study represents a new departure in this oldest and most persistent of civilized man's intellectual preoccupations. It establishes the beginnings of an objective, systematic, and automated program of research into the origins, development, and termination of war, and into the means of its control. An eclectic theory of conflict, a descriptive model of its significant stages, a novel technique of data collection, and an original method of data manipulation, analysis, and presentation are developed. A conflict codebook of 300 social, political, economic, and military indicators is presented as a comprehensive system within which all conflicts develop. Agreement analysis-a noncorrelational technique for determining the dominant empirical patterns in a data base-is developed in its complete form. Application of the method to eighteen wars of the twentieth century reveals the various combinations of factors that precipitate each significant stage of conflict. Finally, the contribution of this method to policy making, through computer simulation of conflict and early detection of conflict potential, is illustrated by example of the war in Vietnam. The author is a Lecturer on Public Policy in the Kennedy School of Government and Research Associate in the Institute of Politics, Harvard University.