Talk:Security culture

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Strategies for people knowledge[edit]

Know the culture of the nation to know its people

Major overhaul[edit]

Ok, so I have seriously revised this article as it was mainly just stuff cut and pasted verbatim out of Recipes for Disaster. The first sentence of the article is still the same as the first sentence on security culture in the book, but the book isn't copyrighted so that should not be a problem. If anyone knows of a better way of defining it, feel free to change it. This article should be expanded, hopefully in a neutral and encyclopedic way. And as of right now no sources are cited. And as I'm currently supposed to be working on an essay on the Native American occupation of Alcatraz which is due tomorrow, I'm not going to be the one to do it. I've also removed the tag about the unencyclopedic tone as I feel I fixed the problem. Ungovernable ForceGot something to say? 06:39, 29 November 2006 (UTC)

Shouldn't this article actually explain what security culture means, at least in the context of direct action? I.E. as they put it in Recipes for Disaster the idea is don't tell anyone anything they don't need to know. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 97.80.157.173 (talk) 19:48, 15 July 2011 (UTC)