War as a Workplace: Ethical Implications of the Occupational Shift

Journal of Military Ethics 18 (3):248-260 (2019)

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Ned Dobos
University of New South Wales
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ABSTRACTSoldiering has traditionally been thought of as something radically different from a job or career, but things are changing. Sociologists have observed an “occupational shift” in military s...
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