Robert D. Clark and Hill Walker’s Idea of “Escalation”

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Title: Robert D. Clark and Hill Walker’s Idea of “Escalation”
Author: Nelson, Sarah
Abstract: Most occurrences, whether they are large or small, are not merely isolated happenings, but part of a greater chain of being, so to speak. Each event leads to another, following a sort of pre-projected path, either increasing to a point of intensity, or decreasing from it. This theory has been discussed in a number of milieus: evolution, international politics, and child behavior. The latter was studied closely by former UO Professor Hill Walker, and he developed a specific theory, outlining the steps of this escalation, and what can be done to prevent its reaching catastrophic levels.
Description: 18 p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/368
Date: 2003-12-11


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