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Perestroika, Glasnost, and International Cooperation: A Behavior Analysis

Perestroika, Glasnost, and International Cooperation: A Behavior Analysis Gorbachev’s perestroïka has altered the behavioral contingencies governing the responses of the Soviet people by instituting a dominant metacontingency intended to foster economic efficiency. The program consists of a domestic initiative, glasnost, and an international agenda of increased cooperation and interdependence. A behavior analysis of perestroika reveals that glasnost is an environmental program designed to teach controlling and countercontrolling skills while international cooperation is designed to maintain and increase the environmental resources necessary for sustaining high rates of productive behavior. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Behavior and Social Issues Springer Journals

Perestroika, Glasnost, and International Cooperation: A Behavior Analysis

Behavior and Social Issues , Volume 1 (1) – May 1, 1991

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Springer Journals
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Subject
Psychology; Clinical Psychology; Personality and Social Psychology
ISSN
1064-9506
eISSN
2376-6786
DOI
10.5210/bsi.v1i1.191
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Abstract

Gorbachev’s perestroïka has altered the behavioral contingencies governing the responses of the Soviet people by instituting a dominant metacontingency intended to foster economic efficiency. The program consists of a domestic initiative, glasnost, and an international agenda of increased cooperation and interdependence. A behavior analysis of perestroika reveals that glasnost is an environmental program designed to teach controlling and countercontrolling skills while international cooperation is designed to maintain and increase the environmental resources necessary for sustaining high rates of productive behavior.

Journal

Behavior and Social IssuesSpringer Journals

Published: May 1, 1991

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