Marc Pilisuk
Who Benefits from Global Violence and War
Uncovering a Destructive System

"A change is needed from the values of the market to the values of participation and caring.... It will require us to persuade or to pressure those with great wealth and power that people along with all the other species that share our planet deserve a viable habitat and a voice in how it is to be used."

Other Works
(With Robert Perrucci) The Triple Revolution: Social Problems in Depth. Boston: Little Brown, 1968.

(With Robert Perrucci) The Triple Revolution Emerging: Social problems in depth. Boston: Little, Brown & Company, 1971.

(With Phyllis Pilisuk) Poor Americans: How the White Poor Live. Chicago: Aldine, 1971.

International Conflict and Social Policy. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1972

(with Phyllis Pilisuk) How We Lost the War on Poverty. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books/E.P. Dutton & Co., 1973

(with Susan H. Parks) Pilisuk, M., & Parks, S. The Healing Web: Social Networks and Human Survival. Hanover and London: University Press, New England, 1986.

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More than 150 journal publications and reviews dealing with self–concept, attitude change, power networks, conflict resolution, social support and health, community organizing, nuclear weapons, ecological psychology, racial injustice, military ideology, veterans, elder’s networks, perceptions of environmental risk, globalization