Sherkat, Darren Abstract In this dissertation, I outline a theoretical justification for a new world systems analysis in order to understand economic development and underdevelopment, and stratification systems that emerge within nation states because of their global social location. I present my detailed case for amending Wallerstein's World-Systems Analysis by empirically incorporating the interplay of the military, economy and state as opposed to his primarily economic division of labor that defines the core, periphery and semi periphery. I do this by uncovering the latent structure of militarization and its articulation within the world system controlling for state strength. Wright Mills' Power Elite thesis and empirically develop the model using a militarized division of labor.
Donna Burdzinski Abstract Transitioning from military service always has been an inevitable part of serving in the United States military. With the recent end of military operations in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, transitioning from military service and entering higher education has become commonplace.
However, the lived experiences of United States military veterans transitioning from military service to higher education within the past five years are not clearly understood.
Consequently, higher education institutions may not possess information necessary to assist U. Iraq and Afghanistan military veterans who transitioned from military service within the specified timeframe. The purpose of this qualitative research study was to investigate the lived experiences of a select sample of U.
Iraq and Afghanistan military veterans transitioning from military service to higher education. The findings of this study may be utilized to inform higher education faculty, staff, and administrators about what U.
Iraq and Afghanistan military veterans experience while transitioning from military service to higher education. All Theses And Dissertations.The World’s Largest Curated Collection of Dissertations and Theses. As the official offsite dissertations repository for the U.S.
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Dissertations for Military Studies «1; 2» Bachman, Jane Taylor Using decision-making techniques in support of simulation training transfer selections Master's thesis, Old Dominion University. Military children are called upon to move across state lines and/or international borders and typically face multiple school absences and stress related to deployments of their active duty parent(s).
There is a lack of research, generally, on the lives of highly mobile military children and, particularly, research that incorporates their own testimony.