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Managing the social sphere in the armed forces: the U.S. experience (Automatic translation)


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Managing the social sphere in the armed forces: the U.S. experience (Automatic translation)

The article examines the complex American system of control of the military-social issues in modern terms, it is carried out structural and functional analysis. Particular emphasis is placed on the positive solutions to social problems of servicemen to be dismissed from military service.

США – Канада: экономика, полити-ка, культура. 2010. № 6. С. 35-47.

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