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Children and the threat of nuclear war.

Child Study Association of America.

Children and the threat of nuclear war.

by Child Study Association of America.

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Published by Duell, Sloan and Pearce in New York .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Child psychology.,
  • Nuclear warfare.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 125-145.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ784.W3 C49
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 148 p.
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5915776M
    LC Control Number64018474
    OCLC/WorldCa529035

    The threat of nuclear war. Psychologists say more of their patients fear a catastrophic conflict between the United States and North Korea. By Jeremy Lybarger. March .   The nuclear war theme flourished in the sixties at least partly because of the “New Wave” phenomenon in science fiction which involved many younger writers who were drawn to apocalyptic and anti-technological themes. They found in nuclear war the perfect expression of what disgusted them in much traditional science fiction.

      New details of how Britain would have been governed in the event of a nuclear war from the s into the s have been disclosed with the publication of Author: Stephen Bates. Hiroshima became a part of life in Poland and the whole Soviet Block too. Rudnianska explains how growing up after the war her whole generation was raised in the shadow of the nuclear war. Children in Poland were taught about nuclear threat and how to deal with it, she says.

      Back in the Reagan era, many of us read author Jonathan Schell's The Fate of the Earth with hushed awe -- though critics found the book's . Contributors to Part IV address the nuclear arms race from a psychosocial point of view: How does the threat of nuclear war affect the attitudes and behavior of adults and children? Studies provide evidence that many young children are worried about the possibility of nuclear war; most learn about nuclear war from television or the media and.


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Children and the Threat of Nuclear War Hardcover – January 1, by Nancy A. Guenther (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Author: Nancy A. Guenther. Children and the threat of nuclear war. [New York, ©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sibylle K Escalona; Child Study Association of America.; National Institute of Mental Health (U.S.).

AMONG the first children's books to take on the threat of nuclear war was Dr. Seuss' ''Butter Battle Book'' (Random House, ). There had been many books set in Author: Roger Sutton. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Although no bombs have yet exploded in World War III, there are already victims - not physically, but psychologically. Worse yet, these victims are often those most precious to us, our children.

This paper examines the impact of the nuclear threat on the human psyche with particular emphasis on the mental state of young people and children. From inside the book.

What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Other editions - View all. Children and the Threat of Nuclear War Sibylle Korsch Escalona Snippet view - Children and the Threat of Nuclear War Sibylle Korsch Escalona Snippet view - Children and the Threat of Nuclear War.

3 Books on North Korea and the Threat of Nuclear War. when his son Jong-un took over. This book, which took Martin 25 years to complete, draws on source material from China and Russia, as well.

Children of the Dust book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. After a nuclear war devastates the earth, a small band of peo 4/5.

Directed by Tom Harper. With Ben Chaplin, Phoebe Fox, Shaun Evans, Sophie Okonedo. Eight UK government officials act out their potential response and decisions in a simulated war game scenario in which escalation of nuclear threat between India and Pakistan leads to nuclear war and quite likely the end of the world/10().

Abstract. Based on interviews with families from various ethnic and economic backgrounds, the authors look at the effect of the nuclear threat on family life, exploring such issues as how parents deal with their children's fears about the threat of nuclear war and the difficulty adolescents have committing themselves to the adult community in the nuclear age.

This book, a collection of essays about the nuclear threat edited by the veteran campaigner Helen Caldicott, includes many discussions of Author: Julie Mcdowall. At almost exactly the same moment, a Stanford University physicist, science writer, and book publisher named Michael Riordan was readying another book about the Author: Alexis C.

Madrigal. It reads more like alternate history now, but it was a brutal hard science fiction take on what nuclear war would do to s America. In the book the Soviet Union responds to the US deploying a Star Wars-like missile defense system with a limited nuclear strike.

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When the Wind Blows has a short and uncomplicated plot about an elderly couple in the English countryside who are affected by a nuclear attack.

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@article{osti_, title = {Nuclear fear and children: the impact of parental nuclear activism, responsivity, and fear}, author = {LaGuardia, M.R.}, abstractNote = {This study examines the extent to which parental nuclear fear, parental activism, and parental responsivity is associated with children's (age 10) nuclear fear.

Other associated variables investigated include: nuclear denial. "It is my earnest hope that Children of the Atomic Bomb, published on the important occasion of the 50th anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, will be read around the world and help to enhance public awareness of the threat of nuclear weapons and thus promote nuclear disarmament." — Hitoshi Motoshima, Mayor of Nagasaki.

After the collapse of the Soviet Union in and the resultant end of the Cold War, the threat of a major nuclear war between the two nuclear superpowers was generally thought to have declined.

Since then, concern over nuclear weapons has shifted to the prevention of localized nuclear conflicts resulting from nuclear proliferation, and the. The threat of nuclear war is real, the book warns, and the palace intrigue and power struggles and policy jargon shouldn’t keep us from remembering that.

“The survivor testimonies are an Author: Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian. About The Cuban Missile Crisis and the Threat of Nuclear War.

The decision whether to use nuclear weapons that faced political and military leaders forty-five years ago may be the choices facing leaders in crises situations today and in the future. In this spirit, Professor Scott has written a book of compelling interest.The end of the cold war and the disintegration of the Soviet Union has not eliminated the threat posed to international security by nuclear weapons.The Butter Battle Book is a rhyming story written by Dr.

was published by Random House on Janu It is an anti-war story; specifically, a parable about arms races in general, mutually assured destruction and nuclear weapons in particular. The Butter Battle Book was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year.

This book was written during the Cold War era and reflects the Author: Dr. Seuss.