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Moving Beyond G.I. Jane: Women and the U.S. Military
Moving Beyond G.I. Jane makes an essential contribution to the existing literature on the role of women in the military. The authors offer detailed analyses of current debates over integrating women into combat roles and the proper approach to confronting sexual harassment with the ranks. Each chapter includes concrete recommendations as to how the services should confront ...more
Paperback, 194 pages
Published January 28th 2005 by University Press of America
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A lot of good detailed information regarding a) arguments against women in combat, b) legislation/policy regarding women in combat, as well as a survey conducted with ROTC cadets and linkages to women in the police force and women in peacekeeping. The biggest distraction was how choppy it felt. This may have been a dissertation originally? It felt more like separate journal articles than a cohesive book. But, that's a small quibble. The other issue was how much information came from the 90's. ...more