Litzcke, Sven Max, Prof., Dr., Hanover University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Faculty 4—Business and Computer Science, Postfach 92 02 51, 30441 Hannover, Germany, web: www.fh-hannover.de.
Müller-Enbergs, Helmut, Prof., Dr., Diplom-Politologe, Syddansk Universitet (University of Southern Denmark) Institut vor Historie, Kultur og Samfundsbeskrivelse (Institute of History and Civilization), Campusvej 55DK 5230 Odense M, Denmark, web: www.bstu.de.
Espionage, History, Intelligence studies/education, Security studies, Sociocultural dynamics in security
To date, four German volumes in the series “Intelligence-Service Psychology” (Nachrichtendienstpsychologie) have been published. These volumes generated interest in both the German and non-German speaking communities. It was therefore decided to translate some of the basic articles of the series into English (Litzcke, Müller-Enbergs & Ungerer, 2008), making them accessible to a wider range of readers. This article contains abbreviated versions of the articles in the book.
Litzcke, Sven Max and Müller-Enbergs, Helmut. “Short Takes: Intelligence-Service Psychology: A German Perspective.” Journal of Strategic Security 1, no. 1 (2008): 53-56.
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