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Family Issues


Books

Weinstein, Laurie Lee. Wives and Warriors: Women and the Military in the United States and Canada. Westport, CT, Bergin & Garvey, 1997. 252 p.
Gender, the Military, and Military Family Support.
Book call no.: 355.0082 W834


Periodicals

Albano, Sondra. Military Recognition of Family Concerns: Revolutionary War to 1993. Armed Forces & Society 20:283-302 Winter '94.

Bell, D. Bruce and others. Keeping the Home Fires Burning: Family Support Issues. Military Review 76:80-84 Mar-Apr '96.

Callander, Bruce. Family and the (Air) Force. Air Force Magazine 79:74-77 Aug '96.

Johnson, Ray. Family Affair (Air Force deployments). Airman 40:8-11 Jul '96.

Jowers, Karen. Family Issues Plague Women in Uniform. Air Force Times 57:21 Jan 20 '97.

Jowers, Karen. Policies on Breast-Feeding During the Workday Vary. Air Force Times 57:10 Feb 17 '97.

Kelley, Michelle L. Herzog-Simmer Peggy A. and Harris Marci A. Effects of Military-Induced Separation on the Parenting Stress and Family Functioning of Deploying Mothers. Military Psychology 6, no. 2:125-138 1994.

Marriage and the First Term Family. Defense no.1:6-17 '94.
Based on the summary to the report: Family Status and Initial Term of Service, December 1993.

Miller, Marjorie. Mothers in Danger. Working Woman 18:70-73+ May '93.
The conflicts faced by women who hold dangerous jobs, including police officers and soldiers, are discussed

Reeves, Connie L. Dual-Service and Single Parents: What About the Kids? Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 13:63-68 Fall-Winter '95.

Rosen, Leora N. and Durand Doris Briley. The Family Factor and Retention Among Married Soldiers Deployed in Operation Desert Storm. Military Psychology 7, no. 4:221-234 1995.

Thomas, Patricia J. and Thomas Marie D. Effects of Sex, Marital Status, and Parental Status on Absenteeism Among Navy Enlisted Personnel. Military Psychology 6, no 2:95-108 1994.

Zellman, Gail L. Military Child Care: Toward an Integrated Delivery System. Armed Forces & Society 21:639-659 Summer '95.

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