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Smith, "An Application of a Richardson Process Model: Soviet-American Interactions in the Test Ban Negotiations 1962-1963," Journal of Conflict Resolution 21 (December 1977): 701-26. A looser application of laboratory-derived hypotheses can be found in John W. Burton, Conflict and Communication: The Use of Controlled Communication in International Relations (London: Macmillan, 1969). (17) William A . Gamson, Power and Discontent (Homewood, Illinois: The Dorsey Press, 1968), esp. chap. 2. (18) Pentland, International Theory and European Integration, pp.
40) R . T . Morris, The Two-Way Mirror: National Status in Foreign Students' Adjustment (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, I960T (41) Anita L . ) International Behavior, pp. 553-54. (42) Merritt, "Effects of International Student Exchange," pp. 69-70. However, equal-status contacts may not produce favorable attitudes when the valence of the experience is negative. Salter and Teger found that equal status between visitors and hosts did not affect attitudes as much as did the valence of the experience.
H . Freeman, 1973), see pp. 183-87. (8) James G. Miller, "The Nature of Living Science, 21 (September 1976): esp. 402-05. Systems," Behavioral (9) Robert A . LeVine and Donald T. Campbell, Ethnocentrism (New York: Wiley, 1972), Chap. 7. (10) Donald T . Campbell, "Common Fate, Similarity, and Other Indices of the Status of Aggregates of Persons as Social Entities," Behavioral Science, 3 (January 1958): 14-25. Cooperative exchanges are suggested by the pregnance and common fate criteria. Pregnance is good continuation or good form: "Elements forming a part of spatial organization or pattern.
Comparative Regional Systems. West and East Europe, North America, the Middle East, and Developing Countries by Werner J. Feld