Rona Fields interviewed by Clare Spark about the psychology of Northern Ireland

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Rona Fields interviewed by Clare Spark about the psychology of Northern Ireland
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Clare Spark interviews Dr. Rona M. Fields, author of "Society under siege, a psychology of Northern Ireland." Fields is a clinical psychologist who studies terrorism and resistance among oppressed social groups. She visited KPFK while visiting Los Angeles for the meetings of the American Psychological Association. She talks about her research and writing about the psychology of Northern Ireland. Book published in 1977, so the date of this program may be inaccurate. Produced by Clare Spark.

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September 1976
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KPFK, September 3, 1976
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1 reel (60 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, mono.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archives, 1976
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