With this in mind, a study by S.
Kiraly examined the psychological effects on normal citizens involved. Generally, the most vulnerable groups are children, adolescents, unemployed, and those accountable for the wellbeing of others.
The results of this threat revolve around anxiety, and extend to criminality, drug abuse, and family breakdown. The latter is a social dynamic that particularly stands out, as adults often avoid the issue of nuclear threat through denial, while internally they battle anxiety and depression. While this adult behavior is personally harmful, it also has a direct effect on their children.
With their parents sidestepping discussion, kids are forced to encounter this looming threat without the guidance of parental figures. For these children, dealing with this heavy mental load on their own not only raises personal anxiety, but builds increased mistrust of adults. While there are many negative aspects, there is also a potentially positive impact hidden amongst the anxiety.
Despite the global spread of nuclear hardware and knowledge, at least half of the nuclear weapons projects launched since have definitively ended short of the bomb, and even the successful projects have generally needed far more time than expected. To explain this puzzling slowdown in proliferation, Jacques E.
Hymans focuses on the relations between developing country politicians and their scientific and technical workers. By undermining workers' autonomy and spirit of professionalism, developing country rulers unintentionally thwart their own nuclear ambitions.
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Sign in with your library card. Search within Related Articles Emotions and Foreign Policy. Show Summary Details Summary and Keywords There are lots of ways that emotions have been studied in psychology and various ways that their use has been examined in the context of foreign policy.