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288 p. ; 23 cm.
'...is likely to exert a powerful influence on future studies in civil-military relations.' -- Perspective, June 1982 'Janowitz and his collaborators have prepared a very useful book that afford not only the student of armed forces and society but also those interested in comparative societal dynamics a set of working hypotheses with which to amplify their reflections on these matters.' -- American Journal of Sociology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780803916661 20160528
Green Library
xxv, 179 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
How did being in the army affect the way that army wives furnished their quarters? Did the homes of army wives look different to those of civilians? Did geographic location matter? Robin Campbell's fascinating study addresses these questions and others in an engaging style that benefits from the liberal use of quotations from the army wives' letters, journals and diaries. This is the first time the experiences of women stationed in the East have been studied. With a curator's understanding of material culture, Campbell shows how the army wives used material goods to create a familiar world in an often-hostile environment and to confirm their status as middle-class women. This is a must-have book for anyone interested in women's history, social history, military history or material culture.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415973601 20160527
Green Library
p. 466-468, p. [342]-350, p. 341-347 ; 24 cm.
  • The veteran looks for work
  • Behavioral patterns of veterans with reference to unemployment
  • Job-seeking and the readjustment allowance for veterans.
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