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by Gwyn Harries-Jenkins,Jacques Van Doorn

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  • ISBN 0803999577
  • ISBN13 978-0803999572
  • Language English
  • Author Gwyn Harries-Jenkins,Jacques Van Doorn
  • Publisher Sage Publications (1976)
  • Pages 217
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  • Category Social Science
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  • Size ePub 1925 kb
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Jacques Van Doorn, The Military and the Loss of Legitimacy, in Gwyn Harries Jenkins and Jacques Van Doorn, eds. The Military and the Problem of Legitimacy (London: Sage, 1976): 1. oogle Scholar. 34. Philip Bobbitt, The Shield of Achilles: War, Peace, and the Course of History. London: Allen Lane, 2002): 5–12. Civil Control of the Military: Theory and Cases from Developing Countries (Albany: State University of New York, 1976): . Gwyn Harries-Jenkins, Armed Forces and the Welfare State, in Morris Janowitz, ed. Civil–Military Relations: Regional Perspectives (London: Sage, 1981): 23.

Selection of papers presented at the Eighth World Congress of Sociology in Toronto in Aug. 1974.

Are you sure you want to remove The Military and the problem of legitimacy from your list? The Military and the problem of legitimacy. by Gwyn Harries-Jenkins, Jacobus Adrianus Antonius van Doorn. Published 1976 by Sage Publications in Beverly Hills, Calif. Military Sociology, Armed Forces. Selection of papers presented at the Eighth World Congress of Sociology in Toronto in Aug. Sage studies in international sociology ; 2. Classifications.

Van Doorn, The Military and the Crisis of Legitimacy, in The Military and the Problem of Legitimacy, ed. J. A. Van Doorn and Gwyn Harries-Jenkins (London: Sage Publications, 1976), 19, 30Google Scholar. Rob Kroes, Soldiers and Students: A Study of Right- and Left-Wing Radicals, International Library of Sociology (London; Boston: Routledge & K. Paul, 1975), 3. Richard Scott, Institutions and Organizations, Foundations for Organizational Science (Thousand Oaks: SAGE, 1995), 4. 31. See James Burk, The Public and the Military, Javnost-The Public 1, no. 4 (1994): 1. rossRefGoogle Scholar.

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Harries-Jenkins, Gwyn and Jacques van Doorn, ed. THE MILITARY AND THE PROBLEM OF LEGITIMACY, Sage Publications, 1976. Harries-Jenkins, Gwyn, THE ARMY IN VICTORIAN SOCIETY, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1977. Harries-Jenkins, Gwyn and Charles C. Moskos, "Armed forces and society" in CONTEMPORARY SOCIOLOGY, Vol. 29, Nº3 (1981), pp. 1-170.

Gwyn Harries-Jenkins. Van Doorn, The Military and the Loss of Legitimacy. Weber: Selections in Translation. Since international organizations have been unable to act appropriately, accusations of French neo-colonialism made by the Gbagbo regime and the "young patriots" have never been fully addressed, and the true reconciliation and unification of Ivorian society has been hindered.

Gwyn Harries-Jenkins and Jacques van Doom, (London: Sage Publications Ltd, 1976), pp. 19-20. 3 commands, so that those commands are obeyed not simply out of fear or self interest, but because they are believed in some sense to have moral authority. 4 Stepan takes a similar view, when talking about the legitimacy of a government or of a political role for the military, the concern is "with what the participant civilian groups considered appropriate political processes, given all the circumstance.

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