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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54487
Doc. No:TL24441
Call number:‭1433210‬
Main Entry:Darcy L. Lybeck Schnack
Title & Author:A case for the separation of hearts and minds: An analysis of Iraqi attitudes and perceptions in BaghdadDarcy L. Lybeck Schnack
College:Boston College
Date:2006
Degree:M.A.
student score:2006
Page No:74
Abstract:In the context of U.S. military occupation in Iraq, this thesis examines the attitudes and perceptions of Iraqis living in the Baghdad area, specifically focusing on support for democracy, support for religious influence in government, support for attacks against Coalition Forces, and whether this support for attacks is equivalent to support for the armed national opposition. I conceptualize popular support for a democratic government in Iraq as "winning the minds of the Iraqis" and tolerance Coalition Forces as "winning the hearts of the Iraqis." This paper uses multiple ordinary least squares and logistic regression to study demographic, situational, and attitudinal predictors of the above beliefs and finds that we have "won the minds" of the Iraqi people. We, however, have yet to "win their hearts."
Subject:Social sciences; Social structure; Political science; 0615:Political science; 0700:Social structure
Added Entry:E. Spangler
Added Entry:Boston College