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An Insurgency Within: Organizational Dissent and Change in the US Military

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dc.contributor.advisor Cheldelin, Sandra Haring, Ellen Lois
dc.creator Haring, Ellen Lois 2016-09-28T10:22:42Z 2016-09-28T10:22:42Z 2016
dc.description.abstract This study documents, analyzes and assesses the internal conflict that developed when personnel policies and practices concerning the employment and assignment of servicewomen were out of sync in the U.S. military and the subsequent efforts to realign policy with practice. Specifically, this study examines why some servicewomen ultimately dissented and challenged the policy that prohibited their assignment to the ground combat units of the U.S. military. Conversely, it examines the ensuing resistance to changing existing policies to allow women to serve in combat units that existed across the institutional spectrum. Looking at this conflict holistically it highlights inherent tensions and shortcomings in theories of conflict analysis and practical methods for resolution. Finally, it considers the role that organizational change models may contribute to conflict resolution practices and the potential shortcomings of those models.
dc.format.extent 166 pages
dc.language.iso en
dc.rights Copyright 2016 Ellen Lois Haring
dc.subject Military studies en_US
dc.subject Organizational behavior en_US
dc.subject Women's studies en_US
dc.subject Conflict Analysis en_US
dc.subject Military en_US
dc.subject Organizational Change en_US
dc.subject Service Women en_US
dc.subject Women in Combat en_US
dc.subject Women's Integration en_US
dc.title An Insurgency Within: Organizational Dissent and Change in the US Military
dc.type Dissertation Ph.D. Conflict Analysis and Resolution George Mason University

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