A Review of the Literature on Veterans Published in Armed Forces & Society, 1974-2006

  title={A Review of the Literature on Veterans Published in Armed Forces & Society, 1974-2006},
  author={Paul R. Camacho and P. Atwood},
  journal={Armed Forces & Society},
  pages={351 - 381}
  • Paul R. Camacho, P. Atwood
  • Published 2007
  • Sociology
  • Armed Forces & Society
  • The article presented here is a review of the twenty-four articles, research notes, or book reviews pertaining to veterans that have appeared in our journal since its inception in 1974. For the purposes of discussion, the articles are divided into a thematic scheme. Following each thematic section, the authors pose a number of potential research projects that, in their opinion, would advance research on veterans' issues and may be of interest to our members. 
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    His most recent publications include the article "Public Health and the Vietnam War
    • PhD, a former marine, is research associate in the William Joiner Center for the Study of War and Social Consequences and is on the faculty in American Studies, both at the University of Massachusetts-Boston
    • 2006
    Military Personnel—DOD Needs More Data to Address Financial and Health Care Issues Affecting Reservists,
    • Report to Congressional Committees,
    • 2003
    mil/), and the 2002 Survey of Spouses of Activated National Guard and Reserve Component Members, also sponsored by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs
    • 2000
    Those Who Served
    • 1
    Vietnam, the Veterans, and the Veterans Administration
    • 2
    Ladinsky reviewed ten works: (1) Senate Committee Print No. 18, 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Final Report on Educational Assistance to Veterans: A Comparative Study of Three GI Bills
    • Review Articles: "Vietnam, the Veterans, and the Veterans Administration
    • 1973
    See Power, Politics, and People-The Collected Essays of
    • 1963
    The Christian Science Monitor
    • 619
    Emotions and behavior: Between sensitivity and indifference