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AUTHOR INDEX
(Page numbers denote the first page of authors' essays. The two volumes
of this book are numbered sequentially; Volume Two begins on page 477.)

Aaron, H. R., 420
African National Congress, 1149
Algerian Delegation in Cairo, 1146
Allen, G. V., 368
ARVIN Captain, 307
Askenasy, A. R., 67, 299
Bairdain, E. F., 898
Bairdain, E. M., 898
Barghoorn, F. C., 1090
Barr, J. S., 735
Barrett, R. J., 40
Beeley, H., 186
Beloff, M., 1075
Berger, C., 407, 670, 689, 713
Bogart, L., 957
Bohannan, C. T. R., 440
Brandon, J. R., 739
Broman, B. M., 722
Brzezinski, Z., 1028
Bullard, M. R., 461, 1105

Choukas, M., 726
Clarkson, E. J., 758
Cooper, B. H., 229, 241, 262, 379, 380, 386

Dasbach, A. M., 720
Daugherty, W. E., 18, 80, 121
Davis, M., 191, 698, 702
Delaney, R. F., 1
de Sola Pool, I., 1043
Donnell, J. C., 460
Dunn, S. W., 886
Durham, F. G., 711
Editors, The, 85, 225, 382, 401, 684, 725
Ellul, J., 1050, 1065
Eswara, H. S., 796
Foote, A. E., 636
Free, L. A., 155, 364
Friedrich, C. J., 1043
Fulton, R. B., 642
Furse, D., 357
Garver, R. A., 848
Gergen, K., 314
Gergen, M., 314
Gessner, P., 680
Giza, R. H., 1100
Gleason, R. L., 730
Glick, N., 718
Grinter, L. E., 668
Guthrie, G. M., 306

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Harris, E., 412
Hausman, C. K., 181, 271
Hemphill, J. A., 512
Henderson, J. W., 232
Herz, M. F., 403, 416, 678
Hollander, F. G., See Durham, F. G.
Holt, R. T., 754, 760
Hoskins, M. W., 287
Hurley, N. P., 919
Janis, I. L., 609
Johns, J. H., 62, 144, 465
Johnston, W. F., 149, 397
JUSPAO Planning Office, 133, 498, 744, 755
JUSPAO Planning Staff, 682
Katagiri, T., 137, 220, 246
Katz, P. P., 22, 478, 572
Kelly, G. A., 248
Lanigan, J. D., 694
Lansdale, E. G., 762, 767
Latin American Solidarity Organization,

1142
Lerner, D., 47
Lescaze, L., 728
Le Vine, V. T., 234
Linebarger, P. M. A., 666
Little, J. M., 585
Long Chuong Dạc, 508
Lorimor, E. S., 886
Lovett, C. B., 413
McAulay, A. H. D., 340
McKay, V., 1122
Macy, W. T., 408
Martin, L. J., 1011
Miller, G. R., 624
Ministry of Defense, USSR, 346, 353
Monroe, J. L., 855
Moon, G. A., 326
Morris, M. A., 122
Morris, R. P., 946
Moskos, C. C., 454
Moynahan, B., 763
Murty, B. S., 699
Nathan, R. S., 125, 259, 673, 684
New Zealand Department of External Af-

fairs, 1120
Niehoff, A. H., 770
Norton, J. H., 1059

Okes, I. E., 590

Orth, R. H., 506, 594, 658, 662, 790, 1003
Ozaki, J., 391

Pappas, D. G., 272
Pike, D., 716, 1152
Preston, H. O., 855
Price, J. R., 197

Quang, Phan Trong, 1115

Radio Free Europe, 806, 883, 913
Raffa, A. L., 855
Rao, Y. V.L., 939
Robinson, D. D., 778
Rolph, H., 996
Ronalds, F. S., 928
Rubin, B., 1084

Stone, V. A., 796
Sugden, G. S., 178
Szalay, L. B., 862, 878
Tanaka, Y.,

20
Thebaud, C. C., 312
Thornton, T. P., 425
Too, C. C., 370
Tuck, R. L., 830
U. S. Information Agency, 553
Valeriano, N. D.,

440
Valyuzhenich, A., 823
van de Velde, R. W., 754, 760
Watson, F. M., 53
Wechsler, I. R., 102
Whelan, J. G., 213, 333, 972
Wong, P., 836
Yamashita, K. S., 282
Yarborough, W. P., 337, 458, 587
Yoh, B., 1072
Yu, G. T., 1110

Saral, T. B., 943
Schramm, W., 690, 765
7th PSYOP Group, 194, 495, 518, 534, 545,

547, 549, 606, 676, 687, 749, 784, 854,

1119
Simpson, H. R., 343
Smith, D. D., 985
Sparks, K. R., 111

Zartman, I. W., 1130
Zorthian, B., 167

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SUBJECT INDEX
(The two volumes of this book are numbered sequentially;

Volume Two begins on page 477)
scheson, D.: 3, 156–157
Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA): 100
advertising: 2, 5
African National Congress: 1149–1152
age as prestige factor in communication: 755–758
aged persons as communicators: 755–758
agit-prop: 356, 399n(1), 1040_1041, 1048, 1157–1162
AID (Agency for International Development): 96-98

overseas operations, 97–98, 183

Washington operations, 97
aircraft as a communication channel: 730–735
Algerian Delegation in Cairo: 1146–1149
America Illustrated: 720-722, 848_854
Americal Division: 951
American Specialist Program: 93
Armed Forces Radio: 139_140
Armed Propaganda Team (APT): 26
Army Concept Team (ACTIV) report on PSYOP in Vietnam: 227–228
Assembly of Captive European Nations: 198
Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs

(ASD-ISA): 100
attitude change (see also persuasion; persuasion theory): 624_635,

658-662, 770_773, 796-805
audience analysis: See target analysis
audience, importance of in communication: 1027–1163
audience research: See target analysis
audience selection: See target analysis
Aux Frontiéres de l'Avenir: 1087

"back translation": 507
balloons as a communication channel: 727-728, 729
BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation): 5, 49, 186–191, 915–916,

1079_1085
Berlin airlift, PSYOP effect of: 50
Berlo, D.: 24
Bernays, Edward: 5
"Biafra lobby": 703-705
books, role of in communication: 1078
British Broadcasting Corporation: See BBC
British Council: 186–191, 1080–1084
British Information Service: 186–191
British PSYOP: See PSYOP, British
broadcasting, international (radio and TV): 928–938
broadcast monitoring, use of in PSYOP: 580
Buchanan-Cantril Adjective Check List: 806
Bureau of applied Social Research: 28
Burston-Marsteller Associates: 193

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA): 8, 86-88, 113

in Dominican intervention, 265
Cameroon insurgency: 234–241
cannon as a communication channel: 728-730
Cantril, H.: 70, 162–163
captured documents, use of in PSYOP: 536–545, 580, 955–956, 996–1002

change agent (in communication): 770, 796-806
channels of communication: See communication channels
Chassin, Gen. L.: 254
Chieu Hoi Program: 26, 28, 33, 152, 391–396, 408411, 414, 416 420, 758, 911–913, 947, 953,

996–1002
Children Adrift: 924–925
China Pictorial: 1113
Chroniques de France: 1087
Civic Action: 54–55, 130, 458 459
civil affairs (civil-military relations): 58-60, 73, 256, 424, 444-454
Civilian Irregular Defense Groups (in Vietnam): 339-340
civilians, use of in PSYOP: 579_580
Command and General Staff College survey of PSYOP effectiveness: 951-957
communication:

cross-cultural, 282-305, 590_594, 667–668
definition of, 65
in developing countries, 939–943
“development,” See “development” communication
as education (to inform), 24
effects of new technology on, 9–10, 12, 107–108
as entertainment, 24
face-to-face, 695 696
facilitative, 1012–1021
functions of, 24

from point of view of receiver, 24

from point of view of sender, 24
governmental, 1120_1130
governmental international, 191-194, 1011-1021, 1075–1084
interpersonal, 21, 23, 28, 35–36, 283–287
mass media,

in democratic societies, 1050–1058

in totalitarian societies, 1028-1050
nongovernmental international, 702–711
nonverbal, 143
persuasive (see also persuasion; propaganda), 21, 33–36, 609_624, 1012
as propaganda (to persuade), 24
purpose of, 33
role of, 23–25

total transmission, process of, 31-33
communication channels: 26–27, 72, 759_773

choice of, 693-698
interaction among, 697
non-governmental, 116, 191–194

role of in communication, 25
communication models: 36–39, 38 (fig.), 636-642
“communication: process and effects”: 553–571
"communication revolution": See communication, effects of new technology on
communication situation: 26
Communications Satellite Corporation (COMSAT): 118
communication techniques: 26
communication theory: 20–21, 22–39, 366, 636_642, 770_773, 790–796, 986–988
Communist ideology, use of to influence people: 1059_1065
community relations: 55–56
congruity theory: 887–897
content analysis: 786–787, 835-862

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