By Morten G. Ender
This learn captures the attitudes and values of the adolescence new release of faculty scholars within the united states towards the army, struggle, nationwide defence, and international coverage concerns. delivering a different perception into civilian and army Millenials, the authors discover the influence of 9-11 and the extent of tolerance in the army.
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They live in their individual cocoons rather than meeting the complex world of negotiated realities necessary to form a community among diverse groups. Social and intellectual diversity are influential. We know that increases in heterogeneity are associated with greater conflict and more social lethargy. More diverse neighborhoods, indeed countries, tend to produce less civic involvement, less voting, volunteering, and less trust (Jonas 2007). This line of reasoning is important because it moves beyond blaming individuals.
Sander and Putnam (2010) caution that this finding is not necessarily a trend nor does it mean that all Millennials are coming out of their shells for civic engagement and volunteerism; working socio-economic class Millennials are continuing to withdraw into theirs. These arguments are important to understanding the ways that Millennials may approach military service as civic engagement. Of course, if they do not like military service, they will not show any interest in joining the services. Even if Millennials appreciate military service, what service members do for our country, they may not actually want to contribute to it themselves.
The book concludes that this generation is ready, willing, and able to fight and win America’s wars. 1057/9781137392329 The Millennial Generation and National Defense Wright spent time with an exceptionally elite unit of Marines in Iraq. Marine values and beliefs may not be typical of the mainstream US military services today. What is more, they certainly do not reflect the average American civilians’ opinions. They are the few and the proud. The post-Vietnam War ushered in a time of division between military and civilian populations, especially students.
The Millennial Generation and National Defense: Attitudes of Future Military and Civilian Leaders by Morten G. Ender