Glenn Paige

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Glenn Durland Paige (Brockton, 28 de junho de 1929) é um cientista político estadunidense, professor emérito de Ciência Política na Universidade do Havaí e presidente do Conselho de Governo do Centro para o Não-matar Global (em inglês, "Center for Global Nonkilling").

Paige é conhecido por ter desenvolvido o conceito do não-matar,[1] os seus estudos sobre a liderança política,[2] e o estudo da política internacional desde a perspectiva da toma de decisões por meio de um estudo da decisão do presidente estadunidense Harry S. Truman de envolver o seu país na Guerra da Coreia.[3]

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  1. Veja-se 비살생 정치학과 지구평화운동 (For Nonkilling Global Political Science. Glenn D. Paige and his Scholarship), 한배호...[등저] ; 안청시 편, Seoul:, 2004; G.D. Paige’s Nonkilling Thesis: A Vision of New Politics, Balwant (Bill) Bhaneja, 2005; De-escalating Media Language of Killing: An instructional module, Beverly Ann Deepe Keever, In Conflict and Communication Online, Vol. 6, No. 1 (2007), pp. 1-7; A Nonkilling, Nonviolent World for the 21st Century, Mairead Maguire, 9th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, 2007; Nonkilling Global Political Science, Balwant Bhaneja, Peace Magazine, January-March (2005), pp. 27; A Nonkilling Paradigm for Political Problem Solving (Igesip), Balwant Bhaneja, Asteriskos: Journal of International and Peace Studies, Vol. 1 (2006), pp. 273-277; Special Issue on Glenn Paige and Nonkilling Political Science, Journal of Peace and Gandhian Studies, Vol.5, No. 1, 2004 OCLC 37393517; Is a nonkilling society possible?, Paschal Eze, West Africa, Issue 4366 (March, 10-16, 2003), pp. 40-41 ISSN 0043-2962; A Nonkilling Paradigm for Political Scientists, Psychologists, and Others, Charles E. Collyer, Peace and Conflict (2003), pp. 371–372, ISSN 10781919; Politics of non-violence, S. P. Udayakumar, Frontline (India), Vol. 19, Issue 24, (November 23-December 6, 2002).
  2. Especialmente com o seu ensaio The Scientific Study of Political Leadership (New York: The Free Press, 1977).[1]. Entre as resenhas relevantes, veja-se: Landmark among Decision-Making and Policy Analyses and Template for Integrating Alternative Frames of Reference: Glenn D. Paige, "The Korean Decision", James A. Robinson, Policy Sciences, Vol. 32, No. 3 (Sep., 1999), pp. 301-314. JSTOR 4532466; Political Leadership as a Causative Phenomenon: Some Recent Analyses, Chong-Do Hah and Frederick C. Bartol, World Politics, Vol. 36, No. 1 (Oct., 1983), pp. 100-120. JSTOR 2010177; The Scientific Study of Political Leadership by Glenn D. Paige, John C. Courtney, Canadian Journal of Political Science / Revue canadienne de science politique, Vol. 13, No. 2 (Jun., 1980), pp. 393-395. JSTOR 3229733; The Scientific Study of Political Leadership. by Glenn D. Paige, Francis E. Rourke, The Journal of Politics, Vol. 41, No. 1 (Feb., 1979), pp. 262-263. JSTOR 2129617; The Scientific Study of Political Leadership by Glenn D. Paige, James S. Bowman, The Academy of Management Review, Vol. 4, No. 2 (Apr., 1979), pp. 307-309. JSTOR 257793
  3. Veja-se The Korean Decision: June 24-30, 1950 (New York: The Free Press, 1968).[2]. Entre as resenhas relevantes, veja-se: The Korean Decision, June 24-30, 1950. by Glenn D. Paige, Ernest Gilman, Pacific Affairs, Vol. 41, No. 4 (Winter, 1968-1969), pp. 608-609. JSTOR 2754585 and The Korean Decision, June 24-30, 1950 by Glenn D. Paige, Betty Glad, The Journal of American History, Vol. 55, No. 3 (Dec., 1968), pp. 686-687. JSTOR 1891080. Also see Glenn's own critique of his work published as "On Values and Science: The Korean Decision Reconsidered" [3] in the American Political Science Review (December 1977)