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The Sociology of the Military

 

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The Sociology of the Military


Giuseppe Caforio (Editor)

 

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ISBN: 9781858986197

 

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These articles provide an historical overview of the sociology of military matters and also illustrate the major directions of contemporary research. Topics covered include models for comparative research, the military profession, and the relationship between military and civil society.


These articles provide an historical overview of the sociology of military matters and also illustrate the major directions of contemporary research. Topics covered include models for comparative research, the military profession, and the relationship between military and civil society.


 

ISBN 1858986192
ISBN13 9781858986197
Publisher Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Format Hardback
Publication date 14/01/1998
Pages 704
Weight (grammes) 1328
Published in United Kingdom
Height (mm) 244
Width (mm) 169

Part 1 Antecedents: War and militarism in the thought of Herbert Spencer, Fabrizio Battistelli, (International journal of contemporary sociology, 1993)
Marx and radical militarism in the developing nations, Miles D. Wolpin, (Armed forces and society, 1978)
The military - a systematic analysis, G. Dearborn Spindler, (Social forces, 1948)
Weberian bureaucracy and the military model, Robert D. Miewald, (Public administration review, 1970). Part 2 The American school: The changing American soldier - work- related attitudes of US army personnel in World War II and the 1970s, David R. Segal et al, (American journal of sociology, 1979)
The American soldier - an assessment, several wars later, Robin M. Williams, Jr., (Public opinion quarterly, 1989)
Morris Janowitz and the origins of sociological research on armed forces and society, James Burk, (Armed forces and society, 1993)
The garrison state, Harold D. Lasswell, (American journal of sociology, 1941)
Remarks on Lasswell's 'The garrison state', Raymond Aron, (Armed forces and society, 1979)
The praetorian state and the praetorian army - toward a taxonomy of civil-military relations in developing polities, Amos Perlmutter, (Comparative politics, 1969)
A critique of the theory of the praetorian state, Gordon Welty, (Nature, society and thought, 1990). Part 3 A, A worldwide sociology of the military: a model for comparative research - From institution to occupation - trends in military organization, Charles C. Moskos, Jr., (Armed forces and society. 1977)
From institutional to occupational - the need for conceptual continuity, Morris Janowitz, (Armed forces and society, 1977)
Institutional/occupational trends in armed forces - an update, Charles C. Moskos, (Armed forces and society, 1986)
Measuring the institutional/occupational change thesis, David R. Segal, (Armed forces and society, 1986)
The military profession - theories of change, Giuseppe Caforio, (Armed forces and society, 1988)
B, the military profession - Power, expertise and the military profession, Samuel P. Huntington, (Daedalus, 1963)
The officer corps - a fusion of profession and organization, Jacques van Doorn, (European journal of sociology, 1965)
How 'unique' should the military be? a review of representative literature and outline of a synthetic formulation, Bernhard Boene, (European journal of sociology, 1990)
The concept of military professionalism, Gwyn Harries-Jenkins, (Defense analysis, 1990)
The officer profession - ideal-type, Giuseppe Caforio, Marina Nuciari, Current sociology, 1994)
European officers' job satisfaction and job commitment, Alise Weibull, (Current sociology, 1994). (Part contents).