Global Public Opinion on the Use of Military Force from the First Gulf War to the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq: Universal Logics and National Characteristics.

Eichenberg, Richard C., 1952-
2006

In this paper, I test a number of hypotheses concerning cross-national variation in support for using military force in six historical episodes. Specifically, using public opinion data from six historical episodes involving the threatened or actual use of force, I analyze the extent to which cross-national variations in support for using force can be traced to two sets of variables: universal logi... read more

Subjects
War--Public opinion.
Sex role--Political aspects.
Tufts University. Department of Political Science.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/009050
Original publication
Eichenberg, Richard C. "Global Public Opinion on the Use of Military Force from the First Gulf War to the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq: Universal Logics and National Characteristics." Paper presented at the Convention of the International Studies Association, San Diego, CA, March 22-26, 2006.
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