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Autori: Filjak, Suzana (Štefan); Sanja, Bender-Horvat; Goran Tišlarić
Izvornik: Changes in Emering Conflicts in the 21st Century: Implications for Reciutment, Training and Performance, Proceedings 37th International Applied Military Psychology Symposium, IAMPS 2001, / Tomto, Anton (ur.). - Prague, : Ministry of Defence of Czech Republic , 2001. 73-82.
Skup: IAMPS 2001, 37th International Applied Military Psychology Symposium,
Mjesto i datum: Prague, Czech Republic, 21.-25. May 2001.
Ključne riječi: women in the military ; attitides about women in the army ; commissioned and noncommissioned officers'
he militaries that have integrated women too proved their decision right at times when they were in war. The militaries known for successful integration of women opened their door to them in the 19-century. Croatia's Homeland War experience is another example of women volunteering to contribute to defence and not expecting privileges. Women defenders accounted for some 4.5% total manpower at the time, of the age ranging 19 - 77, and 51 were killed (mostly as infantry unit members). According to rather recent data of the Personnel Division of the Ministry of Defence (2000.), women presently constitute 13.9% of AF manpower in Croatia. Wide-scale changes and globalisation going on allow to anticipate altered the "traditional" role of the military, visible also in changed policy of admission of women current changes at the global level imply altering of the "traditional" role of the military. Most NATO member countries open more and more organisation bullets to women. We hope, therefore, that Croatian experience would make a valuable contribution towards the women integration issue. Vehement social and technological development will engage more and more skills and knowledge, and therefore male and female potential. This could however be interfered by the gender prejudices, or in other words social myths that lack scientific grounds, that could cause unnecessary interpersonal conflicts. In 1997. an opinion poll on women in the military was conducted in the Croatian Armed Forces. There were 404 commissioned and non-commissioned officers as respondents. The questionnaire used comprised 36 statements concerning differences between men’s and women’s military performance. The statements were formed to cover 6 aspects critical for military functioning (motivation, togetherness/cohesion, discipline, courage, efficiency and working and living conditions in the military). The results of a segment of the study are presented in the paper. Individual statements are reported reflecting favourable versus negative attitude towards women in the military. Differences were found also between attitudes of commissioned versus non- commissioned officers on the subject. The results were then compared to other research available on this issue in other militaries (e.g. studies conducted on US ships, military academies and field operations, studies run in the Canadian forces etc) that revealed similarities in the respective findings.
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Predavanje
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Cjeloviti rad (više od 1500 riječi)
Vrsta recenzije: Međunarodna recenzija
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Psihologija,Vojno-obrambene i sigurnosno-obavještajne znanosti i umijeće
Puni text rada: 778186.37_IAMPS.pdf (tekst priložen 27. Ruj. 2015. u 03:11 sati)
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Upisao u CROSBI: Suzana Filjak (, 27. Ruj. 2015. u 03:11 sati

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