The Real Psychology Of The Trump Presidency

Author by : Stanley Renshon
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Description : There is no doubt that the United States has never had a president quite like Donald J. Trump. He violated every rule of conventional presidential campaigns to win a race that almost no one, including at times he himself, thought he would win. In so doing, Trump set off cataclysmic shock waves across the political spectrum in 2016—shock waves that have not subsided and are unlikely to as long as he remains in office. Critics of Trump abound, as do anonymously based speculations about his motives, yet the real man behind this unprecedented presidency remains largely unknown. Going beyond the fray of partisan political media, The Real Psychology of the Trump Presidency provides a more accurate analysis and understanding of this unusual and unprecedented president, his real psychology and his extremely controversial presidency. Utilizing Stephen Skowronek‘s influential concept of “political time,” American presidency scholar and trained psychoanalyst Stanley Renshon offers a dispassionate and substantive examination of Trump’s real psychological characteristics and places him within the context of a preemptive president trying to become a reconstructive president by initiating a Politics of American Restoration. Rigorously grounded in both political science and psychology scholarship, The Real Psychology of the Trump Presidency is a must-read for those interested in understanding the psychology of our controversial 45th president.


The Real Psychology Of The Trump Presidency

Author by : Stanley Renshon
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Description : The United States has never had a president quite like Donald J. Trump. He violated every rule of conventional presidential campaigns to win a race that almost no one, including at times he himself, thought he would win. In so doing, Trump set off cataclysmic shock waves across the country and world that have not subsided and are unlikely to as long as he remains in office. Critics of Trump abound, as do anonymously sourced speculations about his motives, yet the real man behind this unprecedented presidency remains largely unknown. In this innovative analysis, American presidency scholar and trained psychoanalyst Stanley Renshon reaches beyond partisan narrative to offer a serious and substantive examination of Trump’s real psychology and controversial presidency. He analyzes Trump as a preemptive president trying to become transformative by initiating a Politics of American Restoration. Rigorously grounded in both political science and psychology scholarship, The Real Psychology of the Trump Presidency offers a unique and thoughtful perspective on our controversial 45th president.


The Manic Personality And The Trump Presidency

Author by : Peter A Magaro
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Description : This book reveals, The Manic Personality, the leader and major force behind the current political reality. The point of this book is that social actions do not occur in a vacuum devoid of people. It is the wants and needs of people that fill the social stage until they coalesce into a recognizable form which is the shape of a public societal group. The decision for social action originates under their skin; only later does the social group become recognized with a defined leader who defines the time. I will first describe the psychological processes that define the Manic Personality. I will describe how this Personality Type feels and thinks and why President Trump is a perfect example of the type. I will then propose that the Trump administration is the ONLY form of governance that could emerge from this personality and only by understanding this personality type will we be able to understand what Trump will do now and in the future. I will then demonstrate that his supporters can also be grouped together on the basis of certain identifiable characteristics which produces a specific personality type. When the members of a type band together into a social movement such as Trump supporters, or in large numbers to form a societal institution such as a particular kind of church, their personality is manifested in the procedures and goals of an identifiable social force. Consequently, a large counterpoint running throughout this book are the Trump supporters, the Trumpets. They are of the Depressive Personality and serve as a counterpoint to the Manic Personality but also the dramatic background of his presidency and consequently a critical factor in the 2020 election. Therefore, I will be describing not only an individual as President but also a social group as his followers. This understanding of the personality structure of Donald Trump and his followers allows me to predict the electoral vote in November and, more importantly, the Trump counteraction to the results. However, no matter how dramatic and serious the social situation, in the end it all comes back to understanding the posturing of one personality type, The Manic Personality.


Summary Of Bandy X Lee S The Dangerous Case Of Donald Trump By Milkyway Media

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Description : The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess a President (2017) is a collection of essays by medical professionals and others who argue that Donald Trump is unfit to be president. Together they assert that medical professionals have a duty to warn the public of a president’s mental unfitness… Purchase this in-depth summary to learn more.


Enraged Rattled And Wronged

Author by : Kristin J. Anderson
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Description : Psychological entitlement, or a sense that some individuals or groups are inherently worthier of certain privileges, is an overlooked but essential feature of the persistent inequality that resists social progress and oppresses those in the margins. In the political climate that gave rise to and resulted in Donald Trump's presidency, confusion, rage, and feelings of victimization linger among those who felt empowered by the validation felt with him into office--feelings that existed and will continue to exist independently of the former president himself. Enraged, Rattled, and Wronged confronts psychological entitlement in its many forms or related attributes, such as narcissism, to expose the ugly truths at the heart of this phenomenon. In exploring how members of advantaged groups come to understand their belief in their own worthiness relative to those in disadvantaged groups, expert psychologist Kristin J. Anderson channels her research and expertise in prejudice and discrimination to ask critical questions of the current political and social climate. What happens to entitled people when they feel pushed aside? How does their inflated sense of deservingness make them vulnerable to manipulation by the demagogues who use them, blinding them to the negative outcomes that are often paradoxical? What are they willing to tear down as they scramble to keep their grip on the status and power they believe are rightfully theirs? How has entitled rage played out historically, and how do these events lend themselves to both the predictable and unpredictable manifestations of power grabs that we see now? Drawing from a wealth of timely examples and empirical literature, Anderson situates this anger as backlash against the social progress that empowers marginalized groups, even at the expense of the dominant group, if necessary. Citing historical moments such as the rage of whites directed at newly freed African Americans in the South during Reconstruction and the anger of the entitled when women have attempted to control their reproduction, Anderson traces this phenomenon over time and delineates the link between individual-level processing of psychological deservingness and macro-level problems that impede equality, concluding with a call for action for to dominant group members to join the vibrant movements for social progress that have emerged in recent years.


Social Scientific Research And Scholarship Joined With Universal Spiritual Truth Principles In Explaining Donald Trump S Candidacy And The Voters And Others In His Cohort Who Supports Him

Author by : Donald Yates
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Description : This book argues the central factors of (1) character-flawed driven attitudes and behavior, as well as (2) fear, as being principle motivations to explaining Donald Trump's supporters and voters, and inclusive of what has come to constitute the current climate of political turmoil with the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States. The author, Donald L. Yates, brings an informed academic and scholarly spotlight to explaining the political turmoil this country and world finds itself in with the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States. A robust review and application of relevant cognitive dissonance theory principles in social psychology, and a related "chief feature," principle within cognitive dissonance theory and behavior theory within the broader discipline of psychology, joined with universal spiritual truth principles, all converge in providing enlightened explanations, and in other ways, answers sought in the phenomenon of both Donald Trump's candidacy, his voters and supporters, and now his presidency in the office he presently holds. This treatise on Donald Trump's candidacy and subsequently now presidency, including the very voters and supporters credited with his ascension to the office he presently holds, fills an important void which to now, in this writer's opinion, has been lacking in the social media and others in the formal organizational communication and related communicative structures, including newspapers, television, film, magazine, and other manner of mass communication devices and/or tools, coverage on this subject. The void is found in no well inform academic treatment on this subject. This writer is not aware of any similar effort at providing an informed academic review to this question of Mr. Trump's presidency and the accompanying political turmoil Donald Trump's presidency has engendered. Further, it is safe to suggest that much of what is the current medium of information on this subject is lodged in journalistic speculation and guesswork and/or anecdotal speculation. This book's uniqueness and educational value, in the view of this author, are found in its application of the well accepted methodologies, theories, principles, and other structures of social scientific anchored processes, owing to social science-driven scholarly insight and knowledge. This book highlights the prominence of social science scholarly insight on this popular topic and the accompanying theoretical schools of thought within the broader discipline of social science. It is Donald Yates' contention that this vacuum of reference from social science scholarship has hindered a wider, more substantive source of considerations in explaining the political peril the nation and world finds itself in today with the election of Donald Trump.


Trump 2 0 The Shaming Of Our Nation

Author by : Paschal Baute
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Description : Never have we seen such a political candidate, now President, such as Donald Trump. Never in recent or more distant history, perhaps since the Civil War, have we had anyone who has so divided our country. We briefly scan the development of his life, then his election behavior, finally, in the second part of the book, we examine his presidential behavior during the first 6-8 weeks. During the primary election, Trump quickly divided the country. For a large part, he evoked enthusiasm and trust, as well as fear, anger and distrust for both politicians and the media. For another large part, his constant lying, bigotry, bullying, predatory behavior toward women and large promises brought disgust and a range of negative feelings. Mrs. Clinton won the popular vote by almost three million, but Trump won enough of the rural vote to give him the electoral vote victory. This book describes the 2016 election and the first two months of Donald Trump's presidency. Never have we seen such a political candidate, now President, such as Donald Trump. Never in recent or more distant history, perhaps since the Civil War, have we had anyone who has so divided our country. This is a study of Trump BEFORE and AFTER the election. Election behaviors and Presidential behavior are observed and summarized. His management style is assessed, as well as his history of fabrication. Some 30,000 psychologists and medal health professionals have signed a letter diagnosing him as mentally unstable. There is no question that he can be delusional, frequently lying about his margin of victory, crowds size as this inaugural, and now accusing, without any evident, the previous President of wiretapping his offices. After being advised there was no evidence to support his accusation, he remained positive there would be found evidence. We do not attempt to offer a diagnosis for this very unique man who still stealing headlines most every day, but we do summarize that behavior which undermines trust, confounds and belittles the office of the presidency and shames our nation before the world. Donald Trump defies categories; he is "sui generis," meaning one of a kind. Whatever happens to his presidency, he will continue to fascinate, captivate, disgust, or scare his audience, whenever, however. So strong is the bond he has creates with his followers, I suspect some would dismiss all evidence of cooperation with the Russians should that be found. We live in a flat earth society, that is, flatness is all we can see. We need to be at 35,000 feet to begin to see the curvature of the earth. We hope to offer here a vision from 35,000 feet, where curvature begins to be visible, with a larger view which can extend horizons. Each view of the world, including my own, is partial, subjective and always inadequate. WE can only hope that sharing these views might find resonance in others.


The Strange Case Of Donald J Trump

Author by : Dan P. McAdams
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Publisher by : Oxford University Press, USA
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Description : "The Strange Case of Donald J. Trump provides a coherent and nuanced psychological portrait of the 45th president of the United States. Drawing on biographical events in Trump's life and on contemporary research and theory in personality, social, and developmental psychology, the book explores the personality traits and psychological dynamics that have shaped Trump's life, with an emphasis on the strangeness of the case - how Trump again and again defies psychological expectations regarding what it means to be a human being. The book's central thesis is that Donald Trump is the episodic man. He lives in the moment, outside of time, without an internal story to connect the discrete scenes in his life. As such, Trump perceives himself to be more like a superhero or a primal force, supernatural and timeless, rather than a flesh-and-blood human being with an inner life, a remembered past, and an imagined future. Trump's psychological status as the episodic man helps us understand both Trump's appeal (in the minds of millions) and his failings. The book's interpretation of Trump sheds new light on Trump's charisma, his deal making, his volatile temperament, his approach to personal relationships, his narcissism, and his emergence as a new kind of authoritarian leader in American history."--


Aftermath

Author by : Karyne E. Messina
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Description : Psychoanalyst Dr. Karyne E. Messina can't diagnose former President Donald J. Trump. But his behavior matches what's known, in her circles, as projective identification people who are distinctly uncomfortable with their own thoughts and actions may unconsciously try to dispose of those feeling by blaming others. Instead of taking responsibility, they project, and their victims might not even realize quite what's wrong. Over the past four years, Donald Trump has encouraged the development of a generation of people inclined to this behavior, along with hateful identity politics and bigotry, and who no longer know how to engage in thoughtful, meaningful debate. Rooted in psychoanalysis, Aftermath is a prescription for our country, and a guide to healing. It will take time, patience, and a willingness to take stock of our country's divergent viewpoints. We must also demand that our leaders engage in a process that incorporates a respectful way of communicating. By combatting projective identification in all its forms, Messina says, we can make progress, learn from each other, and heal the divide.


The Dangerous Case Of Donald Trump

Author by : Bandy X. Lee
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Publisher by : Thomas Dunne Books
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Description : As this bestseller predicted, Trump has only grown more erratic and dangerous as the pressures on him mount. This new edition includes new essays bringing the book up to date—because this is still not normal. Originally released in fall 2017, The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump was a runaway bestseller. Alarmed Americans and international onlookers wanted to know: What is wrong with him? That question still plagues us. The Trump administration has proven as chaotic and destructive as its opponents feared, and the man at the center of it all remains a cipher. Constrained by the APA’s “Goldwater rule,” which inhibits mental health professionals from diagnosing public figures they have not personally examined, many of those qualified to weigh in on the issue have shied away from discussing it at all. The public has thus been left to wonder whether he is mad, bad, or both. The prestigious mental health experts who have contributed to the revised and updated version of The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump argue that their moral and civic "duty to warn" supersedes professional neutrality. Whatever affects him, affects the nation: From the trauma people have experienced under the Trump administration to the cult-like characteristics of his followers, he has created unprecedented mental health consequences across our nation and beyond. With eight new essays (about one hundred pages of new material), this edition will cover the dangerous ramifications of Trump's unnatural state. It’s not all in our heads. It’s in his.


The Trump Doctrine And The Emerging International System

Author by : Stanley A. Renshon
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Publisher by : Springer Nature
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Description : President Donald J. Trump’s “America First” outlook has inspired both enthusiasm and condemnation among different segments of the American population. This book examines the meaning and implications of that perspective, and how the Trump Administration has implemented it—or failed to do so. Contributors, subject-matter experts with diverse points of view, place the Trump Doctrine within the succession of presidential foreign policy themes, and provide a case-by-case analysis of how it has been applied in specific regions and countries around the world. The book’s aim is to provide a fair and balanced assessment, relatively rare in this period of intense partisanship and impending national election.


Too Much And Never Enough Review

Author by : Allen G Philip
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Description : The long-awaited tell-all from the president's niece, a clinical psychologist.Donald Trump, writes the author early on in this scathing critique, "understands nothing about history, constitutional principles, geopolitics, diplomacy (or anything else, really.)" Her account of a night spent at the Trump International Hotel begins with her discomfort at finding her name plastered on every object in the room: "TRUMP shampoo...TRUMP shoe polish, TRUMP sewing kit, and TRUMP bathrobe....I opened the refrigerator, grabbed a split of TRUMP white wine, and poured it down my Trump throat so it could course through my Trump bloodstream and hit the pleasure center of my Trump brain." As readers will quickly realize, there is a fate worse than having Donald J. Trump as president: being related to him. The author describes wandering around her house in shock the morning after the 2016 election. "It felt," she writes, "as though 62,979,636 voters had chosen to turn this country into a macro version of my malignantly dysfunctional family." Few fairy tales were ever colder and greedier than the story of Donald's father, Fred Trump; the author, who specializes in psychopathology, prefers the technical term, "high-functioning sociopath." Donald and his siblings were "essentially motherless" from a very early age, and they were subjected to an ongoing form of abuse summarized by the book's title. But once Donald was tapped as his father's favorite, he was ushered into the proverbial counting house while his siblings were left to fight for the scraps. The author's father was repeatedly humiliated and all but disowned, and he was left to die alone. The author's aunt "wouldn't have been able to feed herself or her son" without Crisco cans of dimes and quarters collected from the laundry machines in the Trump apartments, sneaked to her by her mother. And it goes on, coming to a head in the unbelievable story of Fred Trump's will. Does Mary Trump, Ph.D., have an ax to grind? Sure. So do we all.Dripping with snideness, vibrating with rage, and gleaming with clarity-a deeply satisfying read.


Dangerous Charisma

Author by : Jerrold Post
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Description : The long-time head of psychological profiling at the CIA puts President Trump under the psychiatric microscope, examining the unique connection between Trump and his base. Offering an in-depth psychological and political portrait of what makes Donald Trump tick, Dangerous Charisma combines psychoanalysis with an investigation into the personality of the current American president. This narrative not only examines the life and psychology of Donald Trump, but will also provide an analysis of the charismatic psychological tie between Trump and his supporters. While there are many books on Donald Trump, there has been no rigorous psychological portrait by a psychiatrist who specializes in political personality profiling. As the founding director of the CIA’s Center for the Analysis of Personality and Political Behavior, Dr. Post has created profiles of world leaders for the use of American presidents during historic events. As once stated by Jane Mayer of the New Yorker, who characterized Dr. Post as “a pioneer in the field of political personality profiling,” “he may be the only psychiatrist who has specialized in the self-esteem problems of both Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein.” In this new book, the psychiatrist who once served under five American presidents applies his expertise to profiling the current resident in the White House, with surprising and revelatory results.


Trump S Brain Paperback An Fbi Profile Of Donald Trump

Author by : Decker
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Description : This is an unofficial FBI profile of Donald Trump that lists the likely actions he will take over the next four years. FBI profiling is used to predict actions based on a pattern of behavior. This book uses FBI techniques to clearly list Donald Trumps likely actions as president. Learn what his domestic and foreign policies will be, what will happen with the economy, and which country we are most likely to go to war with. Learn how FBI profiling works and how to use it to predict other people's behavior, including Donald Trump. This is a non-partisan examination of Donald Trump. It is neither "pro" nor "anti" Trump. It is meant as an FBI-like psychological profile that predicts the likely actions of President Trump. This is the printed version of the eBook and is a short & simple guide to FBI profiling with specific predictions of Donald Trump's actions as president.


Social Scientific Research And Scholarship Joined With Universal Spiritual Truth Principles In Explaining Donald Trump S Candidacy And The Voters And Others In His Cohort Who Supports Him

Author by : Donald L. Yates
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Description : This book argues the central factors of (1) character-flawed driven attitudes and behavior, as well as (2) fear, as being principle motivations to explaining Donald Trump's supporters and voters, and inclusive of what has come to constitute the current climate of political turmoil with the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States. The author, Donald L. Yates, brings an informed academic and scholarly spotlight to explaining the political turmoil this country and world finds itself in with the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States. A robust review and application of relevant cognitive dissonance theory principles in social psychology, and a related "chief feature," principle within cognitive dissonance theory and behavior theory within the broader discipline of psychology, joined with universal spiritual truth principles, all converge in providing enlightened explanations and, in other ways, answers sought in the phenomenon of both Donald Trump's candidacy, his voters and supporters, and now his presidency in the office he presently holds. This treatise on Donald Trump's candidacy and subsequently now presidency, including the very voters and supporters credited with his ascension to the office he presently holds, fills an important void which to now, in this writer's opinion, has been lacking in the social media and others in the formal organizational communication and related communicative structures, including newspapers, television, film, magazine, and other manner of mass communication devices and/or tools, coverage on this subject. The void is found in no well inform academic treatment on this subject. This writer is not aware of any similar effort at providing an informed academic review to this question of Mr. Trump's presidency and the accompanying political turmoil Donald Trump's presidency has engendered. Further, it is safe to suggest that much of what is the current medium of information on this subject is lodged in journalistic speculation and guesswork and/or anecdotal speculation. This book's uniqueness and educational value, in the view of this author, are found in its application of the well accepted methodologies, theories, principles, and other structures of social scientific anchored processes, owing to social science-driven scholarly insight and knowledge. This book highlights the prominence of social science scholarly insight on this popular topic and the accompanying theoretical schools of thought within the broader discipline of social science. It is Donald Yates' contention that this vacuum of reference from social science scholarship has hindered a wider, more substantive source of considerations in explaining the political peril the nation and world finds itself in today with the election of Donald Trump.


Twilight Of American Sanity

Author by : Allen Frances, M.D.
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Description : A landmark book, from “one of the world’s most prominent psychiatrists” (The Atlantic, June 2017): Eminent psychiatrist Allen Frances analyzes the national psyche, viewing the rise of Donald J. Trump as darkly symptomatic of a deeper societal distress. Equally challenging and profound, Twlilight of American Sanity makes sense of our time and charts the way forward. It is comforting to see President Donald Trump as a crazy man, a one-off, an exception—not a reflection on us or our democracy. But in ways I never anticipated, his rise was absolutely predictable and a mirror on our soul. … What does it say about us, that we elected someone so manifestly unfit and unprepared to determine mankind’s future? Trump is a symptom of a world in distress, not its sole cause. Blaming him for all our troubles misses the deeper, underlying societal sickness that made possible his unlikely ascent. Calling Trump crazy allows us to avoid confronting the craziness in our society—if we want to get sane, we must first gain insight about ourselves. Simply put: Trump isn’t crazy, but our society is. –from TWILIGHT OF AMERICAN SANITY More than three years in the making: the world's leading expert on psychiatric diagnosis, past leader of the American Psychiatric Association’s DSM (“the bible of psychology”), and author of the influential international bestseller on the medicalization of ordinary life, Saving Normal, draws upon his vast experience to deliver a powerful critique of modern American society’s collective slide away from sanity and offers an urgently needed prescription for reclaiming our bearings. Widely cited in recent months as the man who quite literally wrote the diagnostic criteria for narcissism, Allen Frances, M.D., has been at the center of the debate surrounding President Trump’s mental state—quoted in Evan Osnos’s May 2017 New Yorker article (“How Trump Could Get Fired”) and publishing a much-shared opinion letter in the New York Times (“An Eminent Psychiatrist Demurs on Trump’s Mental State”). Frances argues that Trump is "bad not mad"--that the real question to wrestle with is how we as a country could have chosen him as our leader. To answer this, Frances looks deeply at at the American past and present, in hope of Twilight of American Sanity is an essential work for understanding our national crisis.


Nobody Hates Trump More Than Trump An Intervention

Author by : David Shields
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Description : NOBODY HATES TRUMP MORE THAN TRUMP: AN INTERVENTION is perhaps the only genuinely original thing you have read yet about Donald Trump. It can be read in a variety of ways: as a psychological investigation of Trump, as a philosophical meditation on the relationship between language and power, as a satirical compilation of the


The Book Of The Presidents

Author by : Bigfoot Yeti
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Description : It is truly а unique tool for self-awareness and the best self-help book. I can argue and prove this in countless ways. This is a serious book written in simple words so that even children can understand what I mean. For the first time, someone explains psychology in such an elementary and realistic way. And at the same time, much better than everyone, so far. I mean much closer to reality, without the illusions of morality and humanity that are prevalent in most philosophical, psychological, and religious books. I'm not a hater who speaks bullshit against Trump. I am not a flatter who is not aware of what he is saying. I don't make politics. These are things that must be understood by every inhabitant of the planet, not only the president. Just I say things that need to be understood by everyone. Things that almost nobody understands. This is why it is very important.Information from reality is like a very complex labyrinth. Very Few people manage to orient themselves in mass delusions. That is why the most important thing is the global view of life. Without personal bias, without diplomacy and without compromise in speaking. I create solutions for every problem on this planet, based on my big philosophical vision about reality.How you understand reality is dramatically important for everything in this life.Not what you know, not how much you know, not even details you know.Because if your vision about reality is wrong all other kind of knowledge and knowing give you only illusions about reality.If you vision about reality is wrong, your own knowledge puts you on more and more difficult labyrinth.And this confuse you more and more.The final result of this is that you can't find solution for any problem.I give you vision about reality that makes very clear the reason for every problem, and on this case, we all can create working solution for our civilization and dying planet.Today is monday 28 May 2018, we will now see how long it takes for this message to reach its addressees.


The Compulsive Personality

Author by : Peter A. Magaro, Ph.D.
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Description : This book is an analysis of the personality who is the backbone of the most powerful political and religious groups in Western society. This book apples contemporary psychological constructs to explain the power structure from a psychosocietal perspective. We describe national institutions such as universities and corporations and explain who succeeds in these settings and how the members of these groups are no more than a gathering of those with the Compulsive Personality. As contrasted with other current books on personality or society, I have written a psychosocietal work that profiles the complete personality of this person and their niche to reveal how their ‘Everyman’ commonness contains the telltale signs of their eventual power. My emphasis is on the personality and cognitive attributes of a person who is drawn to a life of intellectual organization and the social avenues that become available to express their singular personality. They could become the are the most controversial people of our time; the most despised and the most revered, but not due to their own making but due to the groups they lead. Their life is a paradox in that they create whirlwinds when they are not living in complete obscurity. As individuals they are the dullest, but as social actors, they are the most outrageous. The point of this book is that social actions do not occur in a personal vacuum. People’s traits ad cognitive styles fill them until they coalesce into a recognizable form which is the shape of a public group. The decision for social action originates under the skin; only later is it exhibited as a public posture. This book reveals the person behind the social action. I will describe the psychological processes and feelings of a breed of individuals as they blend into a group that promotes and creates the dominant institutions in our society. The Compulsive Personality rules. We only try to emulate.


Summary Analysis The Dangerous Case Of Donald Trump By Bandy X Lee 27 Psychiatrists And Mental Health Experts Assess A President

Author by : Black Book
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Description : The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump In The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump, Bandy X. Lee gathers together a diverse group of psychologists and mental health professionals to explore the dangers Trump’s speech and behavior pose for democracy and our survival. In doing so the book explores the ethical concerns of publicly speaking out regarding the mental health of a public figure. Do mental health professionals have a duty to warn the public about the unstable behavior of a person in power? This volume explores the competing obligations of clinical practitioners: that of maintaining doctor-patient confidentiality and the duty to warn of impending harm to a third-party. For more Summary Information click on BUY BUTTON !!!!!!!!!


Deconstructing Trump

Author by : Mardy Grothe
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Description : If history's greatest thinkers, writers, and political leaders were around today, what would they say about Donald Trump? This is an anthology of 1,000 historical quotations not about, but relevant to the Trump presidency.


Why Irrational Politics Appeals Understanding The Allure Of Trump

Author by : Mari Fitzduff
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Description : The 2016 election has inspired millions of U.S. citizens—and struck panic in the hearts of millions more. This book explains the allure of Trump, examines how Trump's success ties into the hopes and fears of many Americans, and calls into question the limitations of our democratic system. • Examines Donald Trump's ascendancy and elective allure from the perspectives of social, political, and evolutionary psychology as well as neuroscience and biopsychology • Challenges readers to reconsider the process of electoral politics and political voting in the United States • Considers how voting behavior and political choices are often based on emotions rather than on a rational, carefully considered decision-making process


President Trump S First Term

Author by : Robert X. Browning
Languange : en
Publisher by : Purdue University Press
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Description : C-SPAN is the network of record for US political affairs, broadcasting live gavel-to-gavel proceedings of the House of Representatives and the Senate, and to other forums where public policy is discussed, debated, and decided––without editing, commentary, or analysis and with a balanced presentation of points of view. The C-SPAN Archives, located adjacent to Purdue University, is the home of the online C-SPAN Video Library. The Archives has recorded all of C-SPAN's television content since 1987. Extensive indexing, captioning, and other enhanced online features provide researchers, policy analysts, students, teachers, and public officials with an unparalleled chronological and internally cross-referenced record for deeper study. Books in this series present the finest interdisciplinary research utilizing tools of the C-SPAN Video Library. Each volume highlights recent scholarship and comprises leading experts and emerging voices in political science, journalism, psychology, computer science, communication, and a variety of other disciplines. Each section within each volume includes responses from expert discussants. Developed in partnership with the Center for C-SPAN Scholarship & Engagement in the Purdue University Brian Lamb School of Communication with support from the C-SPAN Education Foundation, this volume is guided by the ideal that research based on C-SPAN video can increase our understanding of American politics and democracy based on the ideals of our American experiment. The fifth volume of the C-SPAN Archives research focuses primarily on the Trump presidency in the first term. Chapters address his moral language, his rhetoric on climate change, and African American support for Trump. Other chapters use the C-SPAN Archives to study congressional influence on immigration policy, nonverbal cues in congressional speeches, and local and national perspectives on congressional debates.


Engaging With Historical Traumas

Author by : Nena Močnik
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : This book provides case-studies of how teachers and practitioners have attempted to develop more effective ‘experiential learning’ strategies in order to better equip students for their voluntary engagements in communities, working for sustainable peace and a tolerant society free of discrimination. All chapters revolve around this central theme, testing and trying various paradigms and experimenting with different practices, in a wide range of geographical and historical arenas. They demonstrate the innovative potentials of connecting know-how from different disciplines and combining experiences from various practitioners in this field of shaping historical memory, including non-formal and formal sectors of education, non-governmental workers, professionals from memorial sites and museums, local and global activists, artists, and engaged individuals. In so doing, they address the topic of collective historical traumas in ways that go beyond conventional classroom methods. Interdisciplinary in approach, the book provides a combination of theoretical reflections and concrete pedagogical suggestions that will appeal to educators working across history, sociology, political science, peace education and civil awareness education, as well as memory activists and remembrance practitioners.


A Nation Of Sheep Will Believe A Trump

Author by : Arun K. Govil
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lulu Press, Inc
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Description : A Nation of Sheep Will Believe a Trump” is a powerful book that examines the political IQ of American voters. It analyzes how and why a certain part of the country's population has developed a Sheep Mentality and has lost its critical thinking ability, which allows them to be easily misled by manipulative social media so that they live in an airtight sealed bubble of false information which is devoid of any reality In the book, “A Nation of Sheep Will Believe a Trump” the author Arun K. Govil enumerates many reasons including The Dunning Kruger effect, which was named after psychologists Justin Kruger and David Dunning, for why sheep mentality people are more susceptible to be influenced by certain news outlets, fake social media posts and racially divisive rhetoric. Based on research, he explains that many such people have a blind spot that makes them overestimate their knowledge, especially in those areas which are alien to them. They believe false narratives and conspiracy theories and feel that they are armed with the best of knowledge and can argue with anyone about it. In fact, they are either misinformed or under-informed about the problems around them and are unaware of it due to the blind spot. These Sheep mentality people are willing to deny what the rest of the country calls reality. A Nation of Sheep Will Believe a Trump analyzes the disparity in political knowledge of American voters and depicts that the current US constitution is of no help against the dangers posed to American democracy by ignorant voters and politicians.


Leadership Lessons From The Trump Presidency

Author by : Douglas G. Long
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : This book seeks to demonstrate that we can learn from both 'good' and 'bad' leaders. Part One looks at President Trump’s behaviour from inauguration to impeachment. The ancient Greek concepts of Kairos and Chronos are used to indicate that Trump was almost a natural fit for the US of 2017. Part Two considers the consequences of his behaviour on the US, the world at large, and for leadership overall. There is a temptation to consider only 'good' leaders when asking what we can learn from others. This book explores the issue of what can be learned from any person in a leadership role, no matter what the value judgement we make of them. Part One explores Trump’s behaviour up to the moment of impeachment and the longer-term residual impacts this will have once his term as President is over. It shows that our value judgements tend to be based on perception and a priori assumptions. Part Two explores what we can learn from the Trump event no matter what our leadership role. Disruption is endemic in today’s world. Today, it often seems that we are born, live, and die, in three quite different worlds. Yet, at its core, things have changed very little. Oligarchy has been a reality since time immemorial. Unless we are first 'unfrozen' from the status quo, change tends to be more cosmetic than actual. Donald Trump’s presidency has the potential to be the thawing agent that could enable 'real' change through which new forms of both democracy and capitalism might emerge across the world.


The Psychology Of Political Communicators

Author by : Ofer Feldman
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : In this timely study, Ofer Feldman, Sonja Zmerli, and their team of experts shed light on the multiple ways communication affects political behavior and attitudes. Written for students and scholars alike, The Psychology of Political Communicators uses examples from the US, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East to examine the nature, characteristics, content, and reception of communication in three major areas of discourse: The style and nature of language used by political actors in the national and international arenas The discourse used in nationalist populist movements and during negative campaigns The rhetoric of the media as it tries to frame politics, political events, and political actors Collectively, the essays form a solid foundation on which to understand the different roles language plays in the conduct of politics, the way in which these roles are performed in various situations in different societies and cultures, and the political outcomes of verbal behavior. This book will be of interest to scholars and students of political psychology and communication studies.


Out Of Control

Author by : Richard Kradin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Richard Kradin
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Description : What accounts for the level of political conflict in America today? While there are many contributory factors, ultimately, it reflect differences in the psychological perspectives of opposing factions. This text examines how idealized secular values, based on different interpretations of the Judeo-Christian ethic, account for the seeming irreconcilable cultural and political differences, through what Freud termed the "narcissism of minor differences." Obsessional moral perfectionism, together with the rise of feminism, identity politics, and a cultural strategy of political correctness, have converged to produce an atmosphere where facts are seen as less important than Progressive utopian values. Existential insecurities triggered by a rapidly changing technological society coupled with "moral masochism" has led the Progressive left to attempt to denounce the traditional idea of American exceptionalism. In their "virtuous" quest, they have attempted to expunge what they perceive as unacceptable human bias and emotional reactivity. This inability to integrate repressed "negative" affects has resulted in hostile projections that threaten to undermine the fabric of America. The obsessional need to control has, as a result of widespread social media use, become a real possibility that threatens to undermine the free speech of Americans who hold opinions that differ with those of an increasingly elitist cohort of Progressives. This text identifies and elucidates the psychological stratagems that are fostering the current apocalyptic climate that has developed in reaction to the quixotic yet effective Presidential style of Donald J. Trump.


Funny Trump Journal Believe Me You Re An Amazing Psychologist Great Really Great Very Awesome Really Terrific Other Psychologists Total Disasters Ask Anyone

Author by : Political Gift Publishing House
Languange : en
Publisher by :
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Description : This humorous Donald Trump Gag Gift for Psychologists is better than a card and is sure to be a hit with Pro Trump supporters and rightwing conservatives who support the Republican party and plan to vote for Trump in the next presidential election 2020. Funny Psychologist Appreciation gift for Father's Day, Birthday or Christmas. Journal cover says Believe Me. You're An Amazing Psychologist. Great, Really Great. Very Awesome. Really Terrific. Fantastic. Other Psychologists? Real Losers. Total Disasters. Ask Anyone. Any Psychologist is sure to laugh when they open this present. This useful 6x9" lined journal notebook features 120 pages with date at the top and blank lined pages to use as a diary, daily journal, schedule, to-do list, school notebook, grocery lists, meeting notebook or doodle pad.


Donald J Trump As U S President

Author by : John Dixon, MD
Languange : en
Publisher by : Westphalia Press
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Description : This is a wide-ranging book that focus the man who is the 45th president of the United States of America-Donald J. Trump. Its premise is that Trump's rhetoric and actions become more understandable, perhaps even more predictable, in the light of his personality and his worldview and view-of-the world. It, therefore, has two goals: - To delineate his personality traits and his worldview, so as to surmise on how he thinks about himself, others, and the world-at- large, and how he perceives and takes meaning from reality he experiences. - To elucidate his idiosyncratic views on governance, government, the presidency, public administration, and domestic and foreign public policy. To achieve these goals requires drawing upon concepts, frameworks, paradigms, and theories from philosophy, political science, psychology, public administration, economics, management, organizational theory, social theory, and sociology to understand his personality and worldview, and his views of the world-at-large, governance, government, and public policy. This book is targeted at those for whom the Trump phenomenon-as a presidential candidate and as president-is both fascinating and baffling, but who are not intimately familiar with Trump the man of some notoriety or with American political institution, processes, and politics. Companion volume: John Dixon and Max J. Skidmore (eds.), Donald J. Trump's Presidency: International Perspectives (Westphalia Press, Washington, DC, 2018). John Dixon is Professor of Public Administration at the Middle East Technical University in Ankara, Turkey. He is a fellow of the British Academy of the Social Sciences in 2004, and has been an honorary life member of the American Phi Beta Delta Honor Society for International Scholars since 2006.