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by James E. Katz

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Author:
James E. Katz
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978-0887386091
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0887386091
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Transaction Publishers (January 1, 1985)
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People in Space: Policy Perspectives for a Star-Wars Century. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books, 1985. Paul R. Schulman (a1).

Katz, James E. Bibliographic Citation. Science Meets "Star Wars:" Genetic Factors in Disease . Podgers, James (1983-08). Related Items in Google Scholar. Весь DSpace Сообщества и коллекции Авторы Названия By Creation Date Эта коллекция Авторы Названия By Creation Date. This site is part of RePEc and all the data displayed here is part of the RePEc data set.

James M. Keagle; Knowing One's Enemies: Intelligence Assessments Before the Two World Wars by Enest R. May; The Missing . People in Space: Policy Perspectives for a Star-Wars Century by James Everett Katz. May; The Missing Dimension: Governments and Intelligence Communities in the Twentieth Century by Christopher Andrew, David Dilks; Domestic Intelligence and Intelligence and Policy. 6 and 7 of Intelligence Requirements for the 1980s by Roy Goodson. People in Space: Policy Perspectives for a Star-Wars Century by James Everett Katz (pp. 1066-1068).

People in Space is organized into three sections following an overview by Katz: military activities in space, civilian . They offer perspectives on how space policy ought to be and is being formed.

People in Space is organized into three sections following an overview by Katz: military activities in space, civilian activities in space, and space as a sociological phenomenon. The authors treat the human uses of outer space as endeavors wherein ordinary policy and sociological processes take place. Space policy is a new, often emotionally charged field, laden with conflicting ideas, values, and worldviews.

People in Space : Policy Perspectives for a "Star Wars" Century . .Содержание: Katz, James Everett

People in Space : Policy Perspectives for a "Star Wars" Century, ed. J. E. Katz ; forew. Содержание: Katz, James Everett. American Space Policy at the Crossroads, J. Katz Military Activities in Space : Part I Schmitt, Harrison. Space and the Preservation of Freedom, H. H. Schmitt Moakley, John Joseph. People In Space is organized into three sections following an overview by Katz: military activities in space, civilian activities in space, and space as a sociological phenomenon.

Space and Place: The Perspective of Experience. I have been waiting for years for a book like this to come along. The book shows how many different disciplines have contributed to a social science of space, and how much our understanding of particular places has benefited from this interdisciplinary field. For anyone who wonders about the built environment around them, this book is invaluable.

In the first book of its kind, internationally recognized scholars from the United States and Europe explore this topic.

In such instances norms have "regulative" effects that specify standards of proper behavior. Such expectations deserve close scrutiny, this book argues, for a better understanding of national security policy. Norms thus either define (or constitute) identities or prescribe (or regulate) behavior, or they do both. For example, Dana Eyre and Mark Suchman in essay 3 argue that advanced weapon systems are one measure signifying that a state is modern. This essay points to some analytical gaps left by the predominant perspectives. The next essay proposes an approach for filling those gaps.

U.S. military strategy, particularly the "Star Wars" scenarios, has generated renewed interest in outer space. The implications for the security of nations on Earth and other emerging space policy problems are examined in this volume. People in Space is organized into three sections following an overview by Katz: military activities in space, civilian activities in space, and space as a sociological phenomenon.

The authors treat the human uses of outer space as endeavors wherein ordinary policy and sociological processes take place. They offer perspectives on how space policy ought to be and is being formed. Space policy is a new, often emotionally charged field, laden with conflicting ideas, values, and worldviews.