Armed Forces, Soldiers and Civil-Military Relations

Armed Forces, Soldiers and Civil-Military Relations

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It is an honor for us to introduce this collection of essays, which is dedicated to an old friend and colleague who is no longer with us. It is an honor, but also a pleasure because we feel like continuing a dialogue with JA¼rgen; one that has never broken down over the years, revisiting and recalling the diff- ent places and occasions where we met, discussed, collaborated and had fun. We, that is, Giuseppe Caforio, Christopher Dandeker and Gerhard KA¼mmel who have been friends and/or colleagues of and research collaborators with JA¼rgen and who represent three prominent institutions and organizations with which JA¼rgen worked, felt that this book is something we owe to JA¼rgen and we are grateful that many people who at different times and at different places had contact with JA¼rgen and his work were willing to contribute a chapter to this anthology. Most of JA¼rgena€™s studies, professional work and research activities took place at the Bundeswehr Institute of Social Sciences (SOWI). JA¼rgen, born in 1938, had joined the Bundeswehr in 1957 and had already worked at the SOWIa€™s predecessor institution, the Scientific Institute for Education in the Armed Forces from 1971 onwards after having finished his university? st- ies. Since this institute was renamed SOWI in 1974, JA¼rgen belonged to the first generation of researchers that worked at the SOWI.Essays in Honor of JA¼rgen Kuhlmann Gerhard KA¼mmel, Giuseppe Caforio, Christopher Dandeker. 4.2.1 Community Social Problems ... hometown) that most concerns you? ROTC cadets are the least likely to respond (33.6%) with a problem.

Title:Armed Forces, Soldiers and Civil-Military Relations
Author:Gerhard Kümmel, Giuseppe Caforio, Christopher Dandeker
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2009-02-01


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