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Women and Military Service

By Devilbiss, M. C.

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Book Id: WPLBN0000698993
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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Women and Military Service  
Author: Devilbiss, M. C.
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Language: English
Subject: Instructional materials, Armed Forces, Air University (U.S.)
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Publisher: Air University Press

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Devilbiss, M. (n.d.). Women and Military Service. Retrieved from http://worldebookfair.com/


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Preface: Today, the armed forces of virtually all nations have women in them. In the United States, women represent about 10 percent of the active duty military population. Thus the topic of women and military service is an important and timely one. Women have served in and with the United States armed forces since the founding of our nation; yet it has only been since the 1970s that issues concerning women in the military have been seriously and systematically pursued by both scholars and military planners. This volume is an effort to identify and examine key events, questions, and policies pertaining to women in the United States armed forces. To do this, a multidisciplinary analytical strategy that incorporates the methodology and conceptual tools of history, social science, organizational theory, policy analysis, and future studies was adopted. Chapter 1 presents a history of women in the US armed forces. To understand the contemporary situation of women in the military, it is necessary to understand the historical roots of the issues. Many of the questions being raised about women in the military today have also been issues of concern in the past; thus these questions have a military history. In fact, there have been several recurring questions about the utilization of women in the military. These issues have relevance today just as they had in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, but the ways in which we address and answer these concerns may be different now because of (1) changing patterns of societal expectations, and (2) changes in the military organization itself.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Chapter - Disclaimer - Dedication - Foreword - About the Author - Preface - Acknowledgements - Introduction - 1 Historical Patterns And Recent Policy Shifts - 2 Analysis: Major Instruments And Patterns of Change - 3 Overview of Key Issues: Major Problems Remaining - Appendix - References

 

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