To no group subject to sociological and political analysis has honour seemed to matter more than to the military. The degeneration of this concept and of the public realm in which honour's obligations have to be observed is the subject of this book, based on the 1981 Joanne Goodman Lectures at the University of Western Ontario.
Subjects: Political Science, History, Anthropology
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