This paper outlines major kinds of social science research, especially sociological, that have relevance for nuclear war prevention and that would be relevant to a variety of clients. Research that has been done as well as work that could be done to help prevent nuclear war are noted. The research topics are related to policy suggestions about lessening the risks of nuclear war. The emphasis is on research relevant to a wide range of US clients and who are not operating in a very short time frame.
"Clinical Sociology and Preventing Nuclear War,"
Clinical Sociology Review:
1, Article 11.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/csr/vol4/iss1/11