Chaos and Complexity Theory in World Politics, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1466660716
  • ISBN-13: 9781466660717
  • DDC: 327.101
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 374 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released April 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2014

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As an important research field in mathematics, chaos theory impacts many different disciplines such as physics, engineering, economics, and biology. Most recently, however, chaos theory has also been applied to the social sciences, helping to explain the complex and interdependent nature of international politics. Chaos and Complexity Theory in World Politics aims to bring attention to new developments in global politics within the last few years. Demonstrating various issues in international relations and the application of chaos theory within this field, this publication serves as an essential reference for researchers and professionals, as well as useful educational material for academicians and students.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Advances in Public Policy and Administration (APPA) Book Series.
Titles in this Series.
Dedication Page.
Editorial Advisory Board.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Chaos and Complexity in World Politics.
2: Eurocrisis and Beyond: Social and Political Consequences on Greece.
3: A Nonlinear Approach to Law, State, and Governmental Organisations: The Example of Turkey’s Dynamic Secularism.
4: Crisis, Crisophilia, and Crisophilic.
5: Key Issues for Training the Leaders, Managers, and Planners who Join the Peacekeeping Operations and Working in Chaos Environment.
6: A Comparative Study of Kazakhstan and Estonia During and After the Nation-Building Process.
7: Afghanistan Conflict: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow.
8: Can Managerial Narcissism Which Likely Leads to a Chaotic Process be Measured? Managerial Narcissism Scale (MNS).
9: An Unobtrusive Important Issue in the World, Female Suicide: Understanding Geography of Suicide for Suicide Prevention Policy (Case of Turkey).
10: An Example of Chaos in the Desired Change of a Society in Literature: Intibah.
11: Uncertainty and Nonlinearity in Management and Economics.
12: Recent Advancement in Fuzzy System: Full Type 2 Fuzziness.
13: Asset Price Density Forecasting for the Financial Sector: An Investigation of the Liquidity Effect of Volatility Forecasting.
14: Graduate Students’ Levels of Coping with Uncertainty: Hacettepe and Gazi University Sample.
15: Key Concepts in General Theory of Management in Innovative Society.
16: Chaos and Complexity in Society and Education.
17: The Comparison of the Chaotic Cases Which Social Studies Teacher Candidates Study in Turkey and the United States of America about Social Phenomena.
18: A Comparative Analysis of the Human Resource Development Systems of Turkey and Uganda.
19: Girls’ Education and Its Economic Contribution to Less Developed Countries: Niger Case Study.
20: Out of School Children and the Drop Out Problems as a Complex Case: Turkey and Other Countries.
21: Evaluation of the Instructors’ Opinions about the Current State of Turkey in the Context of Millennium Development Goals.
22: Chaos in Education as an Intelligent Complex Adaptive System.
23: The Phenomenon of Peace in the Social Studies Curriculum in Turkey and Greece.
24: The Relationship Between Education and Employment and Chaos.
25: Adolescent Suicides as a Chaotic Phenomenon.
26: The Role of Media Simulation in Education World: A Turkish Example Via Cern Experiments.
27: Social Psychology of Health as a Social-Psychological Situation.
28: Mobbing and Chaotic Reflections in International Politics Documents.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.