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Title Rethinking military professionalism for the changing Armed Forces / editors, Krystal K. Hachey, Tamir Libel and Waylon H. Dean.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2020.

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Subject Military ethics.
Professional ethics.
Soldiers -- Protection.
Military Personnel.
Ethics, Professional.
Professionalism.
Alt Name Hachey, Krystal K.,
Libel, Tamir, 1980-
Dean, Waylon H.,
Description 1 online resource (247 pages)
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Summary This book will make a first contribution to identify the gaps in current practices and provide alternative mechanisms to conceptualize professionalism that is reflective of changing requirements, culture, and demographics of the contemporary military force.The military profession promotes the development, sustainment, and embodiment of ethos, which guides conduct across operational contexts, from times of national and international crises and security challenges (e.g., war, natural disasters, and peace support operations). It is imperative for military leaders to understand how ethos and doctrine shape professional frameworks, which guide the conduct of military members.
Contents 1. Rethinking military professionalism -- 2. The Rise and Fall of the Study of the Military Profession: From the Sociology of the Military Profession to the Sociology of Security Expertise -- 3. The Changing Military Profession in Bulgaria -- 4. Perspectives on Military Professionalism from Canadian Armed Forces Members -- 5. New Times for Military Professionalism: Rethinking Core Competencies and Dynamic Capabilities. 6. Irish Defence Forces implementing United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 -- 7. Power Resources Among Female Military Personnel -- 8. Military Professionalism and the British Army -- 9. Civilian Military Experts: Findings from the 2017 Survey of American Military Experts -- 10. Disrupting Social Constructions in the Profession of Arms -- 11. A New Spirit of Militarism? Person-Organization Fit and Economies of Worth Among New Military Cadets -- 12. Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: Revising the Concept of Military Professionalism in the Canadian Armed Forces -- The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Military Profession -- Rethinking Military Professionalism for the Twenty-First Century -- 15. Afterword: Toward a Culture and Gender-Inclusive Model of Military Professionalism: Theoretical Achievements and Practical Implications.
ISBN 9783030455705 (electronic bk.)
303045570X (electronic bk.)
3030455696
9783030455699
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-030-45
OCLC # 1158226947
Additional Format Print version: Hachey, Krystal K. Rethinking Military Professionalism for the Changing Armed Forces Cham : Springer,c2020 9783030455699 (OCoLC)1145607557.


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