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eBook Cultural Differences Between the Military and Parent Society in Democratic Countries, Volume 4 (Contributions to Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Development) ePub

by Giuseppe Caforio

  • ISBN: 044453024X
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Giuseppe Caforio
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science; 1 edition (July 6, 2007)
  • Pages: 384
  • ePub book: 1104 kb
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Series: Contributions to Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Development (Book 4). Hardcover: 384 pages.

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It provides a deep understanding of national specificities of the 13 participating countries on the military issues.

Cultural Differences between the Military and Parent Society in Democratic Countries (Contributions to Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Development, Vol. 4), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 261-266. 1016/S1572-8323(07)04014-3. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

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The anthology focuses on the most recent developments in the military sphere and tries to assess the impact of. .within and between countries is covered The focus is on conflict and its management and possible resolution. Скачать (pdf, . 3 Mb) Читать. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF.

The anthology focuses on the most recent developments in the military sphere and tries to assess the impact of September Eleven and the 'new military missions' on the armed forces in terms of, inter alia, conflict management capabilities, social and psychological developments inside military units, recruitment and civil-military relations of the armed forces in the wake of September 11th.

Contributions to conflict management, peace economics and development ; v. 4. Genel Not . Genel Not: Includes index.

Cultural Differences between the Military and Parent Society in Democratic Countries (Contributions to Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Development, Volume 4) Emerald Group Publishing Limited, p. 25 – 237. Carter. SAGE Publications, Inc, 2017.

Peace Economics and Development (CCMPED) publishes theoretical and empirical papers on conflict and peace related to economic, social and political development, primarily of the developing countries.

Contributions to Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Development (CCMPED) publishes theoretical and empirical papers on conflict and peace related to economic, social and political development, primarily of the developing countries. The series covers a variety of topics centred around conflict management and resolution, including: the role of uneven distribution of resources, inequity in income distribution, social and political discrimination, poverty, arms funding

This book is a report of cross-national research on the civil-military cultural differences in democratic societies, particularly centred on the attitudes of national elites, here considered as being mainly composed of professionals. The research studies the question: What are the differences between the values, opinions and attitudes of military officers and those of professionals belonging to other categories? What is the effect of these differences on society in each country, and on the national security sector? What are the current trends of this gap? Researchers investigated a sample of cadets at military academies and their generational peers at civilian universities (future elites). An expert survey was also employed to sample present elites, both civilian and military.The report is divided into three parts: the first describes the methodological aspect of the research; the second part, taking a comparative international approach, analyses the results of the research with respect to the main survey themes; the third part continues the volume by examining specific national themes in the context of the results of the cross-national comparison developed in the preceding part. In a final chapter, the data of the expert survey has been compared with the data that emerged from the survey of future elites, to glean elements for a general summary and evaluation on the cultural gap. This is the first cross-national research outside the U.S. on civil/ military cultural differences. It is a significant comparison of the attitudes of present and future elites on security matter. It provides a deep understanding of national specificities of the 13 participating countries on the military issues.