Why didn't the Domino Theory work?
The fact is that the Domino Theory HAS worked fine and we are using it in our day to day accident prevention programmes. It is a grand theory which gives one the freedom to adopt a multi-pronged approach to accident prevention.For IMMEDIATE solutions, one needs to remedy the 'unsafe acts/unsafe' conditions. If there is greater determination, one tries to remedy the 'faults of persons' thro' safety education/training, or thro' psychological approaches, or by improving the work-environment. For best results, one needs to to go right up to the ancestry ( genetic/ congenital defects) and the social environment e.g. high road accidents are due to the fact that driving licences can be purchased ! and there is no thorough driving test or written test. This is a result of the social environment .Colour blindness can be remediedby retinal transplantation . Stem cell technology can help to remove several defecys. The Domino Theory is really a masterpiece and I adore it1 However, like any theory, it has a shortfall. It does not say anything about making the SYSTEM safe. I have done quite a bit of study on this theory and am satisfied with it Note that this answer is with respect to H.W.Heinrich's Domino Theory , and not Dwight Eisenhour's. -- S. Saran
Yes and No.
The cold war is over; the domino theory is now irrelevant.
The domino theory was a theory during the 1950s to 1980s, promoted at times by the government of the United States,
Domino Theory - album - was created in 1984-02.
the domino theory
President Dwight D. Eisenhower was the leader to believed in the domino effect. The domino theory dominated U.S. thinking about Vietnam during the Cold War.
The Domino Theory hypothesised that the fall of Vietnam to communism would act like a 'domino', inciting communist revolutions throughout Southeast Asia.
the domino theory was that if Vietnam went to the communist side that all of south Asia would to
When President Eisenwoer spoke of the domino theory the US was involved in The Cold War.Ê The domino theory has been used to justify the need for American intervention world wide.
There is no difference. It would have been more difficult to get involved in Vietnam WITHOUT the domino theory.
the domino theory was the idea that if indochina fell to communism, then neighboring territories (such as india) will also become communist.
the domino theory was the theory that once something happens, it leads to a certain series of events. in the cold war, the domino theory was the threat of the spread of communism throughout the world. once a country falls to communism, it was said that soon after, its neighbouring countries would also fall.
The domino theory was used by successive U.S. administrations during the Cold War to justify American intervention around the world.
Based on his strong support for the war in Vietnam, he must have had at least some belief that the domino theory was valid.
The domino theory/principle was that if one nation comes under communist control then neighboring nations will also come under communist control. The domino effect was the actual occurrence of the domino theory or the consequence of one event setting off a chain of similar events
When the cold war ended in '90. The official paper work may have been signed in 1991.
Vietnam was a domino in domino theory if communist expansion
The Domino Theory
it justified it because NATO didnt want communism in all of southern Asia.What we belived was that if we did nothing, communism would go through Asia and eventually the world.
the vietnam war
The domino theory is that if one country falls into communsim, other neighboring countries will fall into communism.
The domino theory compels Americans to fight communists in this small southeast Asian nation 54000 Americans die in this protracted war?
Domino theory, part of the cold war.
Domino-Theory and containment policy.
The domino theory was promoted at times by the United States government and speculated that if one state in a region came under the influence of communism, then the surrounding countries would follow in a domino effect. The domino theory was used by successive United States administrations during the Cold War to justify the need for American intervention around the world.
Cuz i like it how it feels
it was created by president Dwight D.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Duece is better because Domino dosent do the work
The domino theory
Dwight D. Eisenhower referred to the "domino theory", although he didn't use this expression, a news conference on April 7, 1954 in reference to Indochina. (reference Wikipedia)
The Domino Theory was the thought that if a country fell to Communism other countries would as well. Just like dominoes one after the other they fall.
It was President Dwight D. Eisenhower "coins one of the most famous Cold War phrases when he suggests the fall of French Indochina to the communists could create a "domino" effect in Southeast Asia." This domino theory became the way of thinking toward Vietnam.
What was president Eisenhower's belief that the fall of one nation to communism would lead to the fall of others called?
The "Domino Effect" or "Domino Theory".
The Domino effect
The Vietnam war
Southeast Asian countries
Eisenhower apparently believed in the domino theory, at least to some extent. He took the first steps toward US involvement in Indochina.
What was the theory that if one country fell to communism the neighboring countries might also fall?
It was known as the "Domino Theory".
The Domino Theory was a political hypothesis used to justify intervention in the Vietnam War. The theory states that if one country fell to communism, then the surrounding countries would also fall to communism.