6 edition of The Comparative Study of Conscription in the Armed Forces (Comparative Social Research) found in the catalog.
January 18, 2002
by JAI Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Lars Mjoset (Editor), Stephen Van Holde (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||444|
'Dorit Geva's penetrating new study, Conscription, Family and the Modern State: A Comparative Study of France and the United States, makes clear the enduring significance of military conscription for understanding social and political life today. A work of painstaking historical sociology, Geva's book effectively relates the convoluted Author: Dorit Geva. Current ongoing conscription. No information. Conscription is controversial for a range of reasons, including conscientious objection to military engagements on religious or philosophical grounds; political objection, for example to service for a disliked government or unpopular war; and ideological objection, for example, to a perceived violation of individual rights.
Beyond issues of social resilience and restoring the mutual obligations between the nation and the military (the so-called armed forces covenant), the re-introduction of conscription is an. Conscription ignores the fact that some individuals have a comparative advantage in food production or engineering or teaching and, instead, forces everyone drafted into a military occupation less directly in line with their abilities." Conscription is the compulsory enlistment of individuals into government service.
Conscription was introduced in April , women that were unmarried and between the ages of were conscripted and sent to factories to work on production of military goods. Single men between 20 and 23 were required to serve in one of the armed forces. About million British men were conscripted for the Second World War. Then, Aquino signed legislation to invest $ billion over five years into the modernization of the Philippine armed forces. In July , he submitted a defense budget request for $ billion, a nearly 30 percent increase over 9 The funding enabled the navy and air force to begin restoring their capabilities.
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Introduction. Killing for the state, dying for the nation: An introductory essay on the life cycle of conscription into Europe's armed forces. Conscription as ideology: Revolutionary France and the nation in arms. Citizen-soldiers, national service and the mass army: The birth of conscription in revolutionary Europe and North America.
The Comparative Study of Conscription in the Armed Forces: Lars Mjoset: Categories: Cultural Studies. Sociology. Politics & Government.
Central Government Policies. Land Forces & Warfare. Naval Forces & Warfare. Military Engineering. This study considers the various aspects of conscription, its ideology and role in various countries. It also examines issues of gender, children as soldiers, globalization, citizenship, dissent and by: 8.
Issues discussed include: a conceptual clarification of conscription as distinguished from volunteerism and militia service; the emergence of the citizen soldier model; patterns of anti-militarism before World War I; conscription in third world armies; gender-issues in relation to military service; the present phenomenon of child soldiers in Africa; the decline of conscript armies in Western by: 8.
Issues discussed include: a conceptual clarification of conscription as distinguished from volunteerism and militia service; the emergence of the citizen soldier model; patterns of anti-militarism before World War I; conscription in third world armies; gender-issues in relation to military service; the present phenomenon of child soldiers in Africa; the decline of conscript armies in Western Europe.
THE ^COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CONSCRIPTION IN THE ARMED FORCES. EDITED BY. LARS MJ0SET. Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo, Norway. STEPHEN VAN HOLDE. Department of Political Science, Kenyon College, Ohio, USA.
JAI An Imprint of Elsevier Size: 72KB. The Comparative Study of Conscription in the Armed Forces. ISBN:eISBN: ISSN: Publication date: 18 January Cited by: 4. The Comparative Study of Conscription in the Armed Forces, JAI Press, Amsterdam, 4– Mulligan, C. and A. Shleifer (), “Conscription as Regulation”.
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6. Tibor Szvircsev Tresch, “The Transformation of Switzerland's Militia Armed Forces and the Role of the Citizen in Uniform.” Armed Forces & Society 37 (): 7.
Ibid. Andrew Bacevich, “Ending Endless War,” Foreign Affiars 95 (): by: 1. Conscription, Family, and the Modern State: A Comparative Study of France and the United States [Geva, Dorit] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Conscription, Family, and the Modern State: A Comparative Study of France and the United StatesCited by: 4. According to theOxford English Dictionary, conscription is “compulsory enlistment for state service, typically into the armed forces”, while a conscript and a volunteer are respectively “a person enlisted compulsorily” and “a person who freely enrolls for military service rather than being conscripted”.¹ Seemingly straightforward.
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The economic cost of conscription becomes clear when we analyse the opportunity costs of conscription. If conscripts were. This chapter provides a historical and comparative perspective on contemporary American military institutions.
It focuses on the origins, evolution, and eventual disappearance of conscription in Western Europe. By the s, Europeans had developed civilian states in which the military’s traditional role steadily diminished; the formal abolition of conscription after was the final step.
Lars Mjøset and Stephen van Holde, “Killing for the State, Dying for the Nation: An Introductory Essay on the Life Cycle of Conscription into Europe’s Armed Forces,” in The Comparative Study of Conscription in the Armed Forces, ed.
Lars Mjøset and Stephen van Holde (Amsterdam: JAI Elsevier Science Comparative Social Research, ), Cited by: conscription, compulsory enrollment of personnel for service in the armed forces.
Obligatory service in the armed forces has existed since ancient times in many cultures, including the samurai in Japan, warriors in the Aztec Empire, citizen militiamen in ancient Greece and Rome, and aristocrats and their peasants or yeomen during the Middle Ages in Europe.
Abstract. This chapter compares major developments in military sociology in the United States and Europe. Military sociology has enjoyed a stronger position within the discipline of sociology in the United States than Europe, although distrust between academics and military officers have hampered the development in both : Tyler Crabb, David R.
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The Future of Conscription: Some Comparative Reflections James J. Sheehan Abstract: This essay provides a historical and comparative perspective on contemporary American mili tary institutions. It focuses on the origins, evolution, and eventual disappearance of conscription in West ern Europe.Conscription, Family, and the Modern State: A Comparative Study of France and the United States - Kindle edition by Geva, Dorit.
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