2 edition of Choices: A unit on conflict and nuclear war found in the catalog.
Choices: A unit on conflict and nuclear war
by National Education Association
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||144|
Another great book! It's set in during the Cold war. Everyone is afraid of that a nuclear bomb is going to fall and kill them. That, of course, didn't happen, but this book shows what the life of a normal family would have been. I think most people /5(). ERIC Identifier: ED Publication Date: Author: Zola, John - Zola, Jaye Source: ERIC Clearinghouse for Social Studies/Social Science Education Boulder CO. Peace and Nuclear War. ERIC Digest No. The increasing concern in the United States about nuclear weapons is paralleled by the interest of educators in providing peace and nuclear war education in the public schools.
In this widely discussed and influential book, Herman Kahn probes the dynamics of escalation and demonstrates how the intensification of conflict can be depicted by means of a definite escalation ladder, ascent of which brings opponents closer to all-out war. At each rung of the ladder, before the climb proceeds, decisions must be made based on numerous choices.2/5(1). How close did we come to nuclear war? April 8, ; How did Soviet submarines increase the chance of nuclear war? April 8, How did the conflict begin in South Vietnam? Febru Choices Program Brown University Box Providence, RI [email protected] (p)
From the author the classic The Wizards of Armageddon and Pulitzer Prize finalist comes the definitive history of American policy on nuclear war—and Presidents’ actions in nuclear crises—from Truman to Trump. Fred Kaplan, hailed by The New York Times as “a rare combination of defense intellectual and pugnacious reporter,” takes us into the White House Situation Room, the Joint Chiefs. A gripping account of the creation of the atomic bomb that shares the less-remembered work of World War II scientists who helped manufacture the plutonium for the bombs in America's nuclear .
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Get this from a library. Choices: a unit on conflict and nuclear war: a project of Union of Concerned Scientists in cooperation with Massachusetts Teachers Association and National Education Association.
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ERIC ED Choices: A Unit on Conflict and Nuclear War. Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Ten lessons on the evolution of the nuclear arms race, the nature and consequences of using nuclear weapons, and new ways that conflicts among nations might be resolved are presented for the junior high school level.
The unit contains age-appropriate materials to equip students with skills and knowledge to understand what choices can be made to ensure a peaceful and secure future. Christie and Hanley focused on a curriculum published by the Union of Concerned Scientists in cooperation with the Massachusetts Teacher Association and the National Education Association titled “Choices: A Unit on Conflict and Nuclear War.” Choices was first field-tested in the fall ofand it quickly became controversial.
Its. Wall Street Journal Video: What a War with North Korea Might Look Like. In the Classroom 1. Introduction. Ask students if they have heard about North Korea’s nuclear program in the news. What have they heard. Assign students the BBC or Vox articles on North Korea. Review the reading with the class.
Clarify any difficult vocabulary or concepts. The purpose of this study was to clarify the psychological impact of nuclear issues education on preadolescents in order to obtain data that might be useful in developing public policy concerning the role of nuclear issues education.
Teachers presented "Choices," an educational unit on nuclear war and conflict, to sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students, and the effects of the unit on both.
The effects of a nuclear holocaust on the working class city of Sheffield, England and the eventual long-term effects of nuclear war on civilization.
Director: Mick Jackson | Stars: Karen Meagher, Reece Dinsdale, David Brierly, Rita May. Votes: 11, Narang then analyzes the effects of these choices on a state’s ability to deter conflict.
Using both quantitative and qualitative analysis, he shows that, contrary to a bedrock article of faith in the canon of nuclear deterrence, the acquisition of nuclear weapons does not produce a uniform deterrent effect against opponents.
The nation’s focus on nuclear weapons as solely a strategic concern has reduced the Army’s ability to envision a future battlefield in which tactical nuclear weapons use is a possibility. To be clear, this is not a case of trying to make nuclear war “easier” by deploying nuclear weapons within a theater of conflict.
After World War II, nuclear weapons were also developed by the Soviet Union (), the United Kingdom (), France (), and the People's Republic of China (), which contributed to the state of conflict and extreme tension that became known as the Cold War.
the belief that neither side would start a nuclear war because both sides would be destroyed was the theory behind the policy of _____. House Un-American Activities Committee The U.S. House of Representatives formed the _______ to investigate suspicious persons and organizations that might be undermining U.S.
security. The bombing ended World War Two, preventing further deaths from a protracted conflict, and arguably discouraged the descent into nuclear war for the rest of the 20th Century.
The United States needs a new series of studies to explore strategic choices and make recommendations for national actions in preparation for information-age conflict. Resurrecting War Plan Blue | Proceedings - July Vol. /7/1, World War III (WWIII or WW3) and the Third World War are names given to a hypothetical third worldwide large-scale military conflict subsequent to World War I and term has been in use since at least as early as Some have applied it loosely to refer to limited or smaller conflicts such as the Cold War or the War on Terror, while others assumed that such a conflict would surpass.
A nuclear arms race is heating back up again — and with it, talk of the cold, dark nuclear winter that could follow on the heels of a nuclear war. Within the past week, the US and Russia pulled. That moment encapsulates the conflict at the heart of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Fred Kaplan’s “The Bomb: Presidents, Generals, and the Secret History of Nuclear War”: the clashing.
8 hours ago Inwhen South Sudan descended into civil war, I was involved in jump-starting the ensuing peace process. My boss, the American special envoy, and. Start studying Lesson 1, Unit 9. A New Global Conflict. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
1 day ago A leading expert on nuclear command and control, he focused especially on the risks of accidental nuclear war implicit in the “hair-trigger” postures of US and Soviet ballistic missiles. During his final 15 years, he led a campaign for the phased and verifiable elimination of all nuclear weapons.
New Book Presents A 'Secret History' Of Nuclear War Planning In America In The Bomb, journalist Fred Kaplan reveals how U.S. presidents, their. In contrast, I am inclined to think that the risk of nuclear war remains the world’s No. 1 problem, even if that risk does not seem so pressing on any particular day.
In the s and ’60s.Definition of the superpowers and the meaning of ‘Cold War’ The concept of a superpower was a product of the Cold War and the nuclear age.
Its common usage only dates from the time when the adversarial relationship of the United States and the Soviet Union became defined by their possession of nuclear arsenals that were so formidable that the two nations were set apart from any others in.
Russia’s nuclear policy since has been to use smaller payloads in a conventional fight — low-yield or tactical — nuclear weapons to win key battles that could quickly end conflict and.