The Journal of Political & Military Sociology publishes articles of a theoretical, methodological, and empirical nature, advancing the study of political and military sociology through interdisciplinary and comparative approaches. The journal encourages authors to address themselves to the vital issues of our time in the areas of political and military social policy through the Western and non-Western worlds.
Vol. 47 No. 2 (2020)
In the process of state-and society-building, social differentiation and the emergence of a dominant class are unavoidable. While social...
The year 2020 marked the fiftieth anniversary of the May 4th tragedy at Kent State University. This article reviews the use of the National...
In this article we explore the role of conscription and citizens’ willingness to defend the state in Israel and Finland. Focusing on...
This study explores sequential effects between alliances and member states’ capability growth. It argues that alliances have the effect of...
States of Dispossession: Violence and Precarious Coexistence in Southeast Turkey by Zerrin Ozlem Biner....
South Africa’s Post-Apartheid Military: Lost in Transition and Transformation by Lindy Heinecken. Cape Town:...
Uniquely Okinawan: Determining Identity during the U.S. Wartime Occupation by Courtney A. Short. New York:...
Strategies for Governing: Reinventing Public Administration for a Dangerous Century by Alasdair Roberts
Strategies for Governing: Reinventing Public Administration for a Dangerous Century by Alasdair Roberts....
Countering Violent Extremism and Terrorism: Assessing Domestic and International Strategies edited by Stéfanie von Hlatky
Countering Violent Extremism and Terrorism: Assessing Domestic and International Strategies edited by Stéfanie...