The Political Role of the Military: An International Handbook

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11.
See Sam C. Sarkesian, "Military Professionalism and Civil-Military Relations in the West", International Political Science Review 2, no. 3 ( 1981): 283-98; Morris Janowitz , "Armed Forces in Western Europe: Uniformity and Diversity", Archives Europeenes de sociologie 6 ( 1965): 225-37; Charles C. Moskos, "Armed Forces and American Society: Convergence on Divergence?" in C. C. Moskos, ed., Public Opinion and the Military Establishment ( Beverly Hills and London: Sage Publications, 1971), pp. 271-94.
12.
Daniel Mamn, The Second Career of Top Military Officers and the Civilian Elites in Israel: 1974-1984 ( Jerusalem: Academon, 1988) (Hebrew).
13.
Among senior officers, 56% claimed that their current civilian workplace has employees who served them and under their command in the IDF, while 62% of them claimed some responsibility for these employees' presence (42% stated that they introduced most such employees, and 22% said they brought in some of them). As indicated, the ideological officers brought in more former military people than the professional officers (70% versus 56%).
14.
Of the generals who began their military service in the pre-State period, 78% brought in former military personnel to their place of work, as compared with 64% of brigadiers who began service at that time and 50% of brigadiers who commenced service only after the establishment of the state.
15.
Efraim Yuchtman, "Whom Do You Trust?" The Israeli Public and Its Institutions, Israeli Democracy (Fall 1989), pp. 1-7.
16.
A. R. Luckham, "Comparative Typology."

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Kimmerling Baruch. "Determination of the Boundaries and Frameworks of Conscription: Two Dimensions of Civil-Military Relations in Israel". Studies in Comparative International Development 14, no. 1 ( 1979): 22-41.

Lissak Moshe. "Boundaries and Institutional Linkages between Elites: Some Illustrations from Civil-Military Relations in Israel". In G. Moore, ed., Research in Politics and Society, A Research Annual 1 ( 1985): 129-48.

Luttwak Edward, and Dan Horowitz. The Israeli Army. London: Allen Lane, 1975.

Maman Daniel, and Moshe Lissak. "The Impact of Social Networks on the Occupational Patterns of Retired Officers: The Case of Israel". In Jurgen Kuhlmann, ed., Military Related Social Research: Forum International 9 ( 1990): 279-308.

Peri Yoram. Between Battles and Ballots: Israeli Military in Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982.

Perlmutter Amos. Military and Politics in Israel: National Building and Role Expansion. London: Frank Cass, 1969.

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