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Advances in military sociology
essays in honor of Charles C. Moskos
1st ed.
[edited by] Giuseppe Caforio

Published 2009 by Emerald Group in Bingley, UK .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Pt. A. Charles C. Moskos (1934-2008) / Laura Miller
The glocalization of bereavement: bereaved families, economic discourse and the hierarchy of Israeli casualties / Udi Lebel
pt. I: Building and sustaining peace. Many views on peace / Bandana Purkayastha
Soldiers and scholars in a world of growing interdependence / John Allen Williams
Conflict, peacemaking and the dynamics of humiliation / Dennis Smith
Turning enemies into friends: the role of economic relationships in building security and sustaining peace / Lloyd J. Dumas
The military role in the amnesty, reconciliation, and reintegration (AR2) process: an expanded framework analysis / Michael W. Mosser
pt. 2. International military cooperation and peacekeeping operations. Cultural and political challenges in military missions: how officers view multiculturality in armed forces / Tibor Szvircsev Tresch
Latin America in peacekeeping operations: a sociopolitical overview / Marina Malamud Feinsilber
Polish military forces in peacekeeping missions and military operations other than war: experiences after 2000 / Marcin Sinczuch, Marian Kloczkowski, Mariusz Wachowicz
South Korean experiences in peacekeeping and plan for the future / Kyudok Hong
Hungarian experiences from peacekeeping in Afghanistan / Zoltan Laszlo Kiss
Greece's contribution to the Korean War (1950-1955) / Dimitrios Smokovitis
ESDP and Russia: a decade of unfulfilled promise / Sandra Fernandes
pt. III: Social, professional and political aspects of asymmetric warfare. Asymmetric warfare: an introduction / Giuseppe Caforio
Expeditionary military networks and asymmetric warfare / Paul C. van Fenema
Payday in the Afghan National Army: from Western administrative liabilities to local realities / Christiaan Davids, Joseph Soeters
New wine, new bottles, or both? Social science contributions to thinking about and reorganizing for irregular warfare / Wilbur J. Scott, George R. Mastroianni, David R. McCone
Interaction rituals and language mediation during peace missions: experiences from Afghanistan / Iris Hoedemaekers, Joseph Soeters
New ways of military thinking and acting for a better world: new models: preparing forces to master unavoidable transitions / Hermann Jung
The asymmetric answers (with the focus on Russia's rhetoric and actions) /Vladimir Rukavishnikov
The symmetries of asymmetry: myths surrounding the notion of asymmetric war / Antulio J. Echevarria.
Pt. B. pt. I. The military profession in transition: conscription and all volunteer forces. End of conscription and problems of manning: the case of Slovenian Armed Forces / Uros Svete, Ljubica Jelus ic
Managing diversity in all-volunteer forces: theoretical perspectives, institutional assessment and policy implications / Yantsislav Yanakiev
General conscription in Finland after 2008: some reasons behind Finland's population's and conscripts' attitudes towards general conscription / Olli Harinen, Jukka Leskinen
Changes in military profession in Latin American countries / Omar Gutie rrez
pt. II. Public opinion and security issues .Slovene public opinion about security issues: a coincidence or a consistent pattern? / Marjan Males ic , Vinko Vegic
Institutionalising European defence: main trends in European public perceptions in the age of the global war on terror / Yantsislav Yanakiev
Between alliance and home front considerations: the German armed forces and security-related opinion polls / Sabine Collmer
pt. III: Women in the military profession and military families. Women in conflictual situations in the war-torn Darfur, Sudan / Oluyemi O. Fayomi
Gender integration policies in the armed forces: a double-edged sword? / Helena Carreiras
Women in the military profession: The Greek case / L. Nicolaou-Smokoviti
Thirty years of gender integration: cadet perceptions of women at the U.S. Air Force Academy / David R. McCone, Wilbur J. Scott
Parents' voice: the intergenerational relationship, worry, appraisal of the deployment, and support among parents of deployed personnel / Manon Andres, Rene Moelker
Military families and deployments abroad in Italy / Marina Nuciari, Guido Sertorio
pt. IV. The military in the Asian context. Pakistani military's role in the Asian context / Riaz Ahmed Shaikh
Military educational institutions and their role in the reproduction of inequality in the Philippines / Leslie V. Advincula-Lopez
A basis of Mongolian defense policy and armed forces for self-defense / Turtogtoh Janar
Foreign aid, war/military, and state building of cold war Taiwan: in search of a theoretical and comparative framework / Yu-Wen Fan
From military professionalism to coup d'etat: concordance theory in India and Pakistan / Rebecca L. Schiff
Whose job, what job? Security sector performance in a local Communist frontline in central Philippines / Rosalie Arcala Hall
EU harmonisation reforms, democratisation and a new modality of civil-military relations in Turkey / Nilufer Narli
The convergence and divergence in perceptions of security issues by military professionals and civilians in South Korea / Doo-Seung Hong, Chon-Hwan Chong
Civil-military relations of modern Korea: from a patriarchal army to a professional army / Mahn-Geum Ohn
Civil-military relations of Korea in the 21st Century / Byeong Jo Kim
Demilitarizing politics in South Korea: toward a positive consolidation of civilian supremacy / Il Joon Chung.

Edition Notes

Selected papers from International Sociological Association, RC 01 section meeting, held at Seoul, Korea in 2008.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Contributions to conflict management, peace economics and development -- v. 12, Contributions to conflict management, peace economics and development -- v. 12.


Dewey Decimal Class
Library of Congress
U21.5 .I58 2008

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1848558902, 1848558929, 1848558945
9781848558908, 9781848558922, 9781848558946

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