Men, Women And The Changing Shape Of Military Muscle
May 6, 2020
In two articles, Avivah Wittenberg-Cox summarizes some of the ideas in a book edited by Robert Egnell, Vice Chancellor/President at the Swedish Defence University, and Mayesha Alam, Researcher at Yale, entitled Women and Gender Perspectives in the Military: An International Comparison. The first article discusses WHY militaries are gender balancing, the second, HOW they are going about it. Ms Wittenberg-Cox was drawn to this work because the issues of gender integration into the military replicated issues she'd been working on in the corporate world for the past 20 years.
Read the articles: Men, Women And The Changing Shape Of Military Muscle (forbes.com), The Best Defense? How About More Women In The Military? (forbes.com)
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