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Women in a Man's World: Gender Differences in Leadership at the Military Academy
This study responds to a deficiency of research on military leadership gender differences in spite of widespread interest in women in the military in policymaking and academic circles of variousExpand
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The Reconstruction of Culture, Citizenship, and Military Service
Changing prevailing attitudes in society are leading to new formulations about the relationship between the individual and the state in industrialized countries. The emerging belief systems andExpand
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The Origins of the New Terrorism
The suicidal collision of hijacked commercial airliners into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on 11 September 2001 was the most destructive terrorist attack in world history. Before the deathsExpand
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MASKING TERROR: How Women Contain Violence in Southern Sri Lanka
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The American Military After 9/11
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The garrison state revisited: civil–military implications of terrorism and security
Lasswell’s original vision of the garrison state was spurred by the increasing militarization of states in the industrial age. The advent of the Cold War seemed to confirm Lasswell’s predictions. InExpand
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Army Recruiting and the Civil-Military Gap
An interesting episode illustrating part of the civil-military dissonance in the United States occurred a couple of years ago. It escaped the attention of much of the major media, although someExpand
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New perspectives on binocular stereopsis?
In 1832, Charles Wheatstone discovered the principle of the stereoscope, and demonstrated for the first time that the human visual system can make use of the geometrically-different projections ofExpand
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Hyperacuity of those in the know
  • M. Morgan
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Current Biology
  • 1 September 1992
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