Women in the Military by Victoria Sherrow
  

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Women in the Military by Victoria Sherrow

In a time of war, when the need for military personnel is greatest, do restrictions on women soldiers still make sense? Proponents of the existing policies say that, although times may be changing, war is not the time to engage in social experiments that they say could impact unit cohesion and morale. But opponents question how we justify our fight to maintain a free and open society while denying some the right to fully serve to defend those freedoms. Do such restrictions have legitimate aims or are they based on outdated stereotypes? Women in the Military explores these and other related questions in this timely and thought-provoking debate.

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Unlike similar titles in a number of other series, these books were written by individual authors and offer clear, well-supported theories that make use of many examples...these volumes have a definite place in libraries where material on these topics is needed for more adept readers and researchers.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
139 pages

Author

Victoria Sherrow
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Publisher

Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

1st May 2007

ISBN

9780791092903


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