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Volume 4

Expanded Contents | Figures | Tables


1. Perspective And Summary
2. International Relations
3. The International Actors
4. International Behavior Space-Time
5. International Expectations And Dispositions
6. International Actor And Situation
7. International Sociocultural Space-Time
8. Interests, Capabilities, And Wills
9. The Social Field Of International Relations
10. Latent International Conflict
11. International Conflict: Trigger, Will, And Preparations
12. The Balancing Of Power
13. Comparative Dynamics Of International Conflict
15. Empirical Dynamics Of International Conflict
16. Causes And Conditions Of International Conflict And War
17. Ending Conflict And War: The Balance Of Powers
18. The International Conflict Helix
19. Theoretical And Empirical Conclusions On Conflict And War 20. Principles Of Peace And Conflict


15A. Phasing Propositions and Their Evidence on International Conflict
16A. On Causes of International Conflict
16B. Propositions and Their Evidence on the Causes and Conditions of International Conflict Behavior
16C. Evidence on the Causes and Conditions of International Conflict Behavior
17A. Propositions and Evidence on the Causes and Conditions of Ending International Conflict Behavior
18A. Descriptive Propositions on International Conflict
19A. Overall Evidence on 54 Social Field Propositions on International Conflict
19B. Primary Propositions on Social Conflict
I. Unpublished Research and Results on International Relations
II. Event Data: Bases of Empirical Conflict Analysis

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Vol. 1: The Dynamic Psychological Field
Vol. 2: The Conflict Helix
Vol. 3: Conflict In Perspective
Vol. 5: The Just Peace

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Appendix III

Characteristics Of Published
Quantitative International Relations Studies*

By R.J. Rummel

Table III lists 317 published, quantitative, international studies and their essential characteristics. This Table provides these characteristics in one place and thus avoids the necessity of repeating them in the text of this Vol. 4: War, Power, Peace when a study's results are used or referred to several times.

A number of qualifications and considerations should be taken into account in using the Table.


* Scanned from Appendix III in R.J. Rummel, War, Power, Peace, 1979. For full reference to the book and the list of its contents in hypertext, click book. Typographical errors have been corrected, clarifications added, and style updated.

1. I also excluded results whose underlying methods were not made clear, unless through personal knowledge I had confidence in the researcher's capability. Also, a work may be mixed: some of the research may be skillfully done, while the remainder may involve methods over which the author obviously does not have command. In such cases, I utilized only the competent parts, if relevant. Therefore, the inclusion of a study in Table III does not imply a view that all its research is ably done.

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