Prepared for the American Sociological Society in 1959, Sociology and the Military Establishment explores the relationship between the military and the possible contributions of sociologists, particularly after World War II. It argues for more effective utilization of sociological theory and research in the analysis of problems to the military and makes evident that research on military problems would provide extremely valuable opportunities for testing sociological theory and method.
|Title: Sociology And The Military Establishment|
Author: Morris Janowitz
Length: 114 pages
Publisher: Literary Licensing, LLC (19 May 2012)