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. 1 (2020)
Collective Democratic Control of the Armed Forces
A Theoretical Understanding of the Current Structure of Myanmar Civil-Military Relations
Under its 2008 Constitution, Myanmar is undergoing a political transition from a military regime to a more liberalized democratic and...
Sociologists have largely ignored the study of military tribunals and justice systems. We offer a descriptive overview of military systems of...
Deviant behavior associated with a firm’s brand comes at a substantial cost to the organization. Corporations are becoming increasingly...
Representations of British Armed Forces Veterans in the Press
A Quantitative Analysis of Newspaper Articles
Previous research has shown that British public perception of veterans can be negative and erroneous. Surveys, for example, indicate that...
Historian in Chief: How Presidents Interpret the Past to Shape the Future edited by Seth Cotlar and Richard J. Ellis
Historian in Chief: How Presidents Interpret the Past to Shape the Future edited by Seth Cotlar and Richard J. Ellis. Charlottesville:...
Savage Ecology: War and Geopolitics at the End of the World by Jairus Victor Grove. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2019 (368 pages;...
Why We Fight by Mike Martin. London: Hurst & Company, 2018 (328 pages; cloth).