Felix Moos

University of Kansas
Anthropology

1415 Jayhawk Blvd
Lawrence
Kansas, U.S.A.
66045
felix@ku.edu

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Applied Anthropology., How culture determines political, social and military behavior. How culture codes violence and aggression. How culture shapes individual and national character.

Citation:
. Moos, Felix. 1963. “Religions and Politics in Japan: The Case of Soka Gakkai.”Asian Survey 3:136-142. Moos, Felix. 1974. “The Old and the New: Japan and the United States.” Political Development in Micronesia. Columbus: Ohio State University Press. Goodman, Grant and Felix Moos (eds.). 1978 (December). The United States and Japan in the Western Pacific: Micronesia and Papau New Guinea. Interim Report, Rockefeller Foundation, Sumitomo Fund/Japan Society, University of Kansas. Morrison, G.S. and Felix Moos. 1982. “Halfway to Nowhere: Vietnamese Refugees on Guam.” Art Hansen and Anthony Oliver-Smith, eds. Involuntary Migration and Resettlement: The Problems and Responses Dislocated People (pp. 49-68). Boulder: Westview Press. Moos, Felix. 1983. “Mikronesien: Pazifisches Treuhandgebiet der U .S.A.” D. Nohlen and F. Nuschler. Hoffmann and Campe, eds. Handbuch der Dritten Welt, Ostasien und Ozeanien. Hamburg. Moos, Felix. 1986. “Dynamics of Colonialism: Japan and German in Micronesia.” Josef Kreiner, ed. Japan und die Mittelmaechte. Bonn: Bouvier Moos, Felix. 1988. “Nan'yo: The Rise and Fall of the Japanese in Micronesia 1885-1945” (Review ). The International History Review, Vol. X, No.4. Moos, Felix. 2004. “Terrorism Revisited.” Conference Proceedings, Combat Studies Institute, U.S. Army. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Moos, Felix. 2005. “Anthropology: Vital or Irrelevant.” William A. Haviland et al, eds. Talking About People, Readings in Contemporary Cultural Anthropology. New York: McGraw-Hill College Publishing Company. Moos, Felix. 2009. “Some Concluding Remarks On A New Era In Warfare”. Professors in Trenches: Deployed Soldiers and Social Science Academics (Part 5 or ). Small Wars Journal. www. small Wars.com (online publications). Moos, Felix. 2012. “Migration, Globalization, Instability and Chinese in Peru”. Michael Crawford and Dennis O’Rouk, eds. Causes and Consequences of Human Migration . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Moos, Felix. 1963. “Religions and Politics in Japan: The Case of Soka Gakkai.”Asian Survey 3:136-142. Moos, Felix. 1974. “The Old and the New: Japan and the United States.” Political Development in Micronesia. Columbus: Ohio State University Press. Goodman, Grant and Felix Moos (eds.). 1978 (December). The United States and Japan in the Western Pacific: Micronesia and Papau New Guinea. Interim Report, Rockefeller Foundation, Sumitomo Fund/Japan Society, University of Kansas. Morrison, G.S. and Felix Moos. 1982. “Halfway to Nowhere: Vietnamese Refugees on Guam.” Art Hansen and Anthony Oliver-Smith, eds. Involuntary Migration and Resettlement: The Problems and Responses Dislocated People (pp. 49-68). Boulder: Westview Press. Moos, Felix. 1983. “Mikronesien: Pazifisches Treuhandgebiet der U .S.A.” D. Nohlen and F. Nuschler. Hoffmann and Campe, eds. Handbuch der Dritten Welt, Ostasien und Ozeanien. Hamburg. Moos, Felix. 1986. “Dynamics of Colonialism: Japan and German in Micronesia.” Josef Kreiner, ed. Japan und die Mittelmaechte. Bonn: Bouvier Moos, Felix. 1988. “Nan'yo: The Rise and Fall of the Japanese in Micronesia 1885-1945” (Review ). The International History Review, Vol. X, No.4. Moos, Felix. 2004. “Terrorism Revisited.” Conference Proceedings, Combat Studies Institute, U.S. Army. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Moos, Felix. 2005. “Anthropology: Vital or Irrelevant.” William A. Haviland et al, eds. Talking About People, Readings in Contemporary Cultural Anthropology. New York: McGraw-Hill College Publishing Company. Moos, Felix. 2009. “Some Concluding Remarks On A New Era In Warfare”. Professors in Trenches: Deployed Soldiers and Social Science Academics (Part 5 or ). Small Wars Journal. www. small Wars.com (online publications). Moos, Felix. 2012. “Migration, Globalization, Instability and Chinese in Peru”. Michael Crawford and Dennis O’Rouk, eds. Causes and Consequences of Human Migration . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Substantive Focus:
Defense and Security PRIMARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Analysis and Evaluation PRIMARY