Army fundamentals: from making soldiers to the limits of the military instrument

TitleArmy fundamentals: from making soldiers to the limits of the military instrument
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2017
Series EditorGreener-Barcham, Bethan
Number of Pages282
PublisherMassey University Press
CityAuckland, New Zealand
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How do we understand the functions of militaries of democratic societies? This edited collection examines the identity and functions of the New Zealand Army from a range of perspectives. Drawing on anthropology, political studies, international relations, development studies, law, and defense and security studies, it provides a multi-­faceted view of one military organization, and helps further our understanding of the character and the challenges of military personnel and institutions in the twenty-first century.

URLhttps://lccn.loc.gov/2017431654
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