Res Militaris

ISSN : 2265-6294

Social Science Journal

A Multidisciplinary Journal

provide an independent publication outlet and forum for a growing
European scholarly input in the military field.


Vol.11, n°2, Summer-Autumn/ Été-Automne 2021

Présentation du numéro/Contents of this issue


Nji Akonumbo Atangcho & Thomas Ojong
La qualification juridique de la guerre contre Boko Haram au Cameroun

Lissa V. Young & Elizabeth L. Wetzler
Status-Based Stereotyping Effects on Military Team Performance

Jessica Dawson
The Halo Effect : How Status Influences Moral Judgments in the Moral Community of the US Army

François Dieu
Gendarmerie et militarité : une approche sociologique

Daniel Coutts
Canadian Armed Forces’ Military Culture Shift : Gender Inclusivity Exploratory Research

Gildas Lemarchand
Les initiatives de désarmement, démobilisation et réintégration (DDR) dans les crises du Sahel occidental et central

Classics of the Military Field in the Social Sciences
Classiques du champ militaire dans les sciences sociales

Présenté par/ presented by Antony Dabila
Raymond Aron, Paix et guerre entre les nations,
Paris, Calmann-Lévy, 1962

Book Reviews – Critiques d’ouvrages

Reviewed by Heidi Urben
Eva Moehlecke de Baseggio, Olivia Schneider & Tibor Szvircsev Tresch (eds.), 
Social Media and the Armed Forces,
Cham, Springer International Publishing, 2020

Reviewed by Liz Cavallaro
Victoria McDermott, Leandra Hinojosa Hernández & Amy R. May (eds.), 
Supporting the Military-Affiliated Learner : Communication Approaches to Military
Pedagogy and Education, 
London, Lexington Books, 2021

Reviewed by Eyal Ben-Ari
Patrick Bury,
Mission Improbable : The Transformation of the British Army Reserve,
Havant, Hampshire, Howgate Publishing, 2019

Reviewed by Hubert Annen
Robert L. Caslen & Michael D. Matthews,
The Character Edge : Leading and Winning with Integrity,
New York, St. Martin’s Press, 2020


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