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by David Last,Franklin Pinch,Douglas L. Bland

Free eBook Social and Cultural Change (Queen's Policy Studies Series) download ISBN: 1553390326
Author: David Last,Franklin Pinch,Douglas L. Bland
Publisher: Queen's School of Policy Studies; 1 edition (May 25, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 250
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics and Government
Size MP3: 1983 mb
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Explores the impact of culture and values on military forces and the role of security forces in society Examining new operations, authors from Germany, India, Israel and Canada explore social and cultural dimensions of new types of operations ranging from small wars to policing and peace building. Publisher: Queen's University, School of Policy Studies.

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Social and Cultural Change book. Published May 25th 2004 by Queen's School of Policy Studies (first published February 28th 2004). Explores the impact of culture and values on military forces and the role of security forces in society Examining new operations, authors from Germany, India, Israel and Canada explore social and cultural dimensions of new types of operations ranging from small wars to policing and peace building.

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Explores the impact of culture and values on military forces and the role of security forces in society Examining new operations, authors from Germany, India, Israel and Canada explore social and cultural dimensions of new types of operations ranging from small wars to policing and peace building. Authors from Canada, Germany, Turkey, the US and the Netherlands explore the impact of culture and values on military forces and the role of security forces in society.