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The future of the Army profession / Don M. Snider, project director ; Lloyd J. Matthews, editor ; with forewords by Jim Marshall, Frederick M. Franks.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2005
Imprint:
2nd ed. rev. & expanded - Boston : McGraw-Hill, c2005.
Format:
  • Book
  • xxiv, 762 p. ; 23 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Part I. The Study of Military Professions :
  • 1. The U. S. Army as profession / Don M. Snider
  • 2. Expertise, jurisdiction, and legitimacy of the military profession / James Burk
  • 3. Anti-intellectualism and the army profession / Lloyd J. Matthews
  • 4. Serving the American people : a historical view of the army profession / Leonard Wong and Douglas V. Johnson II
  • Part II. Officership and the Army Profession :
  • 5. In their own words : army officers discuss their profession / Gayle L. Watkins and Randi C. Cohen
  • 6. The multiple identities of the professional army officer / Don M. Snider, John Nagl and Paul Yingling, Tony Pfaff, Suzanne Nielsen
  • 7. Army officership for the joint expeditionary mindset / Richard Swain
  • 8. Professional identity development for 21st century army officers / George B. Forsythe, Scott Snook, Philip Lewis, and Paul T. Bartone
  • Part III. The Expert Knowledge of the Army Profession :
  • 9. Mapping army professional expertise and clarifying jurisdictions of practice / Richard Lacquement
  • 10. Opportunity for the army : defense transformation and a new joint military profession / Don M. Snider and Jeffrey Peterson
  • 11. A return to the army's roots : governance, stabilization, and reconstruction / Nadia Schadlow, Charles Barry, and Richard Lacquement
  • 12. Losing control of the profession through outsourcing? / Deborah Avant
  • Part IV. The Army's Military-Technical Expertise :
  • 13. The digital battlefield : transformation efforts and the army's future professional jurisdictions / Elizabeth A. Stanley and G. F. Deimel
  • 14. Professionalism and army doctrine : a losing battle? / James A. Blackwell
  • 15. New requirments for army expert knowledge : Afghanistan and Iraq / Michael J. Meese and Sean M. Morgan
  • 16. Transforming the army's way of battle : revising our abstract knowledge / Antulio J. Echevarria II
  • Part V. The Army Profession and the Army Ethos :
  • 17. The moral foundations of army officership / John Mark Mattox
  • 18. Military ethics in complex contingencies / Tony Pfaff
  • 19. The impact of transformation on the army professional ethic / R. D. Hooker Jr.
  • Part VI. The Premier Expertise : Human/Leader Development :
  • 20. Principles for building the profession : the SOF experience / T. O. Jacobs and Michael G. Sanders
  • 21. The human, spiritual, and ethical dimensions of leadership in preparation for combat / John W. Brinsfield and Peter A. Baktis
  • 22. Why professionals fight : combat motivation in the Iraq war / Leonard Wong
  • 23. McDonaldization in the U. S. Army : a threat to the profession / Remi Hajjar and Morten G. Ender
  • 24. The need to develop expert knowledge of the military family / Todd D. Woodruff and Thomas A. Kolditz
  • 25. Developing and using army general officers / Margaret C. Harrell, Harry J. Thie, Peter Schirmer, and Kevin Brancato
  • 26. From reserve to full partner : transforming reserve professionals / Dallas D. Owens
  • 27. Leadershp development beyond traits and competencies / George Reed, Craig Bullis, Ruth Collins, and Christopher Paparone
  • 28. Strategic leadership of the army profession / Leonard Wong and Don M. Snider
  • Part VII. The Army Profession and Its Political-Cultural Expertiese :
  • 29. Rules of the game? : the Weinberger doctrine and the American use of force / Suzanne C. Nielsen
  • 30. Infusing normative civil-military relations principles in the officer corps / Marybeth Peterson Ulrich
  • 31. Army professionalism : service to what ends? / Martin L. Cook
  • 32. Professional leadership and diversity in the army / Mady Wechsler Segal and Chris Bourg
  • 33. Root, Miles, and Carter : political-cultural expertise and an earlier army transformation / Matthew Moten
Contributor:
Snider, Don M., 1940-
Matthews, Lloyd J.
Marshall, Jim, 1948-
Franks, Fred.
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ISBN:
0073536091
9780073536095

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