The new military; changing patterns of organization. Research studies edited by Morris Janowitz.

; Russell Sage Foundation
New York, Russell Sage Foundation, 1964.

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Other Authors Russell Sage Foundation.
Subjects Guerra.
Militaire sociologie.
Psicología militar.
Psychology, Military.
Sociology, Military.
Trabalho E Trabalhadores.
Series Studies in social organization ; v. 1.
Description 369 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes "Most of the papers ... are an outgrowth of the Inter-university Seminar on Armed Forces and Society sponsored by Russell Sage Foundation."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Organizing multiple goals: war making and arms control, by M. Janowitz.--Technology and career management in the military establishment, by K. Lang.--The effects of succession: a comparative study of military and business organization, by O. Grusky.--The professional socialization of the West Point cadet, by J.P. Lovell.--Military self-image in a technological environment, by M.D. Feld.--Buddy relations and combat performance, by R.W. Little.--Deterioration of military work groups under deprivation stress, by R.W. Seaton.--Career opportunities and commitments among officers, by M.N. Zald and W. Simon.--Sequels to a military career: the retired military professional, by A.D. Biderman.--Selected literature on revolutions and coups d'éte in the developing nations, by M. Lissak (pages 339-362).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)570037
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WorldCat Identities Janowitz, Morris,
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