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by Sandra Carson Stanley,Wilbur Scott

eBook Gays and Lesbians in the Military : Issues, Concerns and Contrasts download ISBN: 0202305406
Author: Sandra Carson Stanley,Wilbur Scott
Publisher: Aldine Transaction; 1 edition (February 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 298
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Enlistment of openly gay or lesbian military personnel has not been permitted; those already in the military service who have subsequently "come out" as gays and lesbians have been mustered out of the service, with no prospect of appeal.

Enlistment of openly gay or lesbian military personnel has not been permitted; those already in the military service who have subsequently "come out" as gays and lesbians have been mustered out of the service, with no prospect of appeal. Nəzərdən Keçirmə Siyasəti.

Gays and lesbians in the military: Issues, concerns, and contrasts. PTSD and Agent Orange: Implications for a sociology of veterans' issues. Carson's soldiers in Iraq: Thinking about and training for full-spectrum warfare. WJ Scott, DR McCone, GR Mastroianni. WJ Scott, SC Stanley. Transaction Publishers, 1994. Vietnam veterans since the war: The politics of PTSD, Agent Orange, and the National Memorial. Armed Forces & Society 18 (4), 592-612, 1992. Armed Forces & Society 35 (3), 460-476, 2009. Psychological contracts in two US combat units in Iraq: What happens when expectations and realities diverge?

Enlistment of openly gay or lesbian military personnel has not been permitted; those already in the military service . This volume presents analyses of the controversy over the status of gays and lesbians in the United States military since President Clinton gave notice of his intent to lift the ban, early in his term. Scott and Stanley provide a balanced and scholarly presentation of the debate for use by college professors in their classrooms, and by policy makers. Social Problems and Social Issues. Gays and the Military: Joseph Steffan versus the United States. Princeton University Press. Transaction Publishers. Unfriendly Fire: How the Gay Ban Undermines the Military and Weakens America.

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The first was Gays and Lesbians in the Military, which was also the most sociological and presented the broadest .

The first was Gays and Lesbians in the Military, which was also the most sociological and presented the broadest range of opinion. David R. Segal, Sociological Forum. This collection offers a broad range of perspectives on service in the US military by lesbian and gay people. his volume constitutes an important contribution. -Melissa S. Herbert, Contemporary Sociology.

Wilbur J. Scott; Sandra Carson Stanley. Lesbians - United States, United States - Armed Forces - Gays. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on March 18, 2014. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

In Gays and Lesbians in the Military: Issues, Concerns, and Contrasts, eds. Wilbur J. Scott and Sandra . Lexington, MA: Merson Center, The Ohio State University, and Lexington Books. Segal, Mady Wechsler, and Amanda Faith Hansen. Scott and Sandra Carson Stanley. New York; Aldine de Gruyter. Miller, Laura L. 1995. Value Rationales in Policy Debates on Women in the Military: A Content Analysis of Congressional Testimony, 1941–1985.

Despite the amply documented presence of significant numbers of undeclared homosexual soldiers, sailors, and Air Force personnel, the official position of the American military since the Second World War has been to ban gay men and lesbian women from serving in the United States military. Enlistment of openly gay or lesbian military personnel has not been permitted; those already in the military service who have subsequently "come out" as gays and lesbians have been mustered out of the service, with no prospect of appeal.This volume presents analyses of the controversy over the status of gays and lesbians in the United States military since President Clinton gave notice of his intent to lift the ban, early in his term. Scott and Stanley provide a balanced and scholarly presentation of the debate for use by college professors in their classrooms, and by policy makers and governmental administrators in other settings. It contains original contributions from seventeen scholars and opinion leaders, including some who have been directly involved in formulations of the policy, and others who, by their writings, have attained to higher than ordinary visibility.Topics include the context of the present debate, the implications of data gathered, the political undercurrents of the debate, the argument from earlier integration struggles, and perspectives from the military of other nations with different policies toward service by the openly homosexual.