Res Militaris

ISSN : 2265-6294

Contents of this issue

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La qualification juridique de la guerre contre Boko Haram au Cameroun

Nji Akonumbo Atangcho & Thomas Ojong La qualification juridique de la guerre contre Boko Haram au Cameroun.pdf Description Abstract The issue of the legal categorization of the war against Boko Haram in Cameroon brings to the fore the difficulties involved in classifying this kind of armed conflict situations. On the one hand, the difficulties partially…

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Status-Based Stereotyping Effects on Military Team Performance

Lissa V. Young & Elizabeth L. Wetzler Status-Based Stereotyping Effects on Military Team Performance.pdf Description Abstract This article examines the ways in which stereotyping impacts team performance in an international military skills competition. It probes different sources of stereotyping (gender, race, and cadet class) and their impact within and across US Army cadet teams in…

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

Jessica Dawson The Halo Effect : How Status Influences Moral Judgments in the Moral Community of the US Army.pdf Description Abstract The question of whether high-status individuals get away with immoral behaviour remains a pressing question for academics and non-academics alike. This article combines insights from moral psychology and theories of status and deviance to…

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Gendarmerie et militarité : une approche sociologique

François Dieu Gendarmerie et militarité : une approche sociologique.pdf Description Abstract This article offers a sociological approach to the issue of the asserted military character of the French gendarmerie. It sees it as an ideological construct whose objective basis is becoming less and less significant. Such “militariness” presents a degree of fragility and inconsistency on…

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

Daniel Coutts Canadian Armed Forces’ Military Culture Shift : Gender Inclusivity Exploratory Research.pdf Description Abstract Framed in the context of Operation HONOUR, the Canadian Armed Forces’ effort to eradicate inappropriate sexual behaviors, this interdisciplinary action research project explored culture shift during a workplace change initiative with a participant and a control organization within the Royal…

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

Gildas Lemarchand Les initiatives de désarmement, démobilisation et réintégration (DDR) dans les crises du Sahel occidental et central.pdf Description Abstract This article offers a pragmatic analysis of the opportunities generated by Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) programmes in the (at best difficult) resolution of the Sahelian crisis, from Mali to the Lake Chad region. It…

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Paix et guerre entre les nations

Antony Dabila Raymond Aron, Paix et guerre entre les nations, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, 1962, 794 pp..pdf Raymond Aron, Paix et guerre entre les nations, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, 1962, 794 pp. [Translated under the title Peace and War : A Theory of International Relations, Garden City, NY, Doubleday, 1966, 820 pp.].pdf

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Social Media and the Armed Forces

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

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Supporting the Military-Affiliated Learner : Communication Approaches to Military Pedagogy and Education

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.pdf

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