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Ika Riswanti Putranti – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • kerja sama vietnam dan tiongkok dalam menanggulangi Armed Robbery
    Journal of International Relations, 2018
    Co-Authors: Lusiana Devi, Reni Windiani, Ika Riswanti Putranti

    Abstract:

    International trade relations between Vietnam and China in the contemporary era have shown significant progress. The increase in trading supported by geographical proximity and differences in comparative advantage of both countries. In conducting international trading activities, Vietnam and China have encountered obstacle in the form of Armed Robbery. This study aims to explain how Vietnam and China cooperation in tackling Armed Robbery in the waters of Vietnam. This research was done by using qualitative research method with descriptive research type. This research was analyzed by using interdependence liberalism theory, international cooperation theory and comparative advantage theory. The result of this research is Vietnam and China have agreed to do maritime cooperation. The cooperation is joint patrol between Vietnam and China. In the implementation of joint patrols have demonstrated a sense of compliance between two countries against international law. Vietnam and China’s maritime cooperation aims to maintain a cooperative relationship between countries as well as maintain the stability of security and order at sea from non-traditional threats.

Devi Lusiana – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • kerja sama vietnam dan tiongkok dalam menanggulangi Armed Robbery periode 2011 2015
    , 2018
    Co-Authors: Devi Lusiana

    Abstract:

    International trade relations between Vietnam and China in the contemporary era have shown significant progress. The increase in trading supported by geographical proximity and differences in comparative advantage of both countries. In conducting international trading activities, Vietnam and China have encountered obstacle in the form of Armed Robbery. This study aims to explain how Vietnam and China cooperation in tackling Armed Robbery in the waters of Vietnam. This research was done by using qualitative research method with descriptive research type. This research was analyzed by using interdependence liberalism theory, international cooperation theory and comparative advantage theory. The result of this research is Vietnam and China have agreed to do maritime cooperation. The cooperation is joint patrol between Vietnam and China. In the implementation of joint patrols have demonstrated a sense of compliance between two countries against international law. Vietnam and China’s maritime cooperation aims to maintain a cooperative relationship between countries as well as maintain the stability of security and order at sea from nontraditional threats.

David Richards – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • symptom severity personal and social variables after Armed Robbery
    British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 2000
    Co-Authors: David Richards

    Abstract:

    Objectives. To investigate the relative importance of personal and social variables on post-trauma symptom recovery.

    Design. Prospective survey of Armed Robbery victims.

    Methods. Fifty-one consecutive Armed Robbery victims were assessed immediately and at 1 month post-raid for post-traumatic stress. One month post-raid, crisis support, causal attribution and coping were also measured. Thirty-one of the sample were assessed for symptoms 6 months after the raid.

    Results. Both the main and follow-up samples had high levels of post-traumatic stress symptoms immediately after the raid which reduced significantly 1 month later and, for the follow-up subsample, further still 6 months later. Higher levels of symptoms at 1 month and poor crisis support were associated with higher levels of symptoms at follow-up.

    Conclusions. Purposeful coping, symptom severity and social support effect post-trauma recovery.