Mid-term faeges

Mid-term faeges - 1A-In Lebanon when the shooter in the tank freezes up when he is ordered to shoot and then shoots the innocent farmer-The lack of

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1A. -In Lebanon when the shooter in the tank freezes up when he is ordered to shoot, and then shoots the innocent farmer. -The lack of using nuclear weapons between the US and Soviet Union during the Cold War - Soldiers fear of using the bayonet - American soldiers not wanting to enter combat with civilians/children that are armed - In WWI, soldiers experienced panic/mutiny due to the unprecedented scales of violence B. - The soldier’s fear of harming others resulted in him not pulling the trigger, which ultimately resulted in his comrade being killed - This example is on a macro level, after WWII U.S. feared using nuclear weapons again because they knew that this could spark a WWIII and would result in mass killings. - Bayonet training is still used in modern fighting, but bayonets result in little casualties because soldiers are afraid of actually sticking a bayonet into another person - There are many issues in other countries in US Soldiers identifying whom they are fighting. Because other armies and forces are not in uniforms, a lot of the time civilians and children will hold guns and be fighting. It is hard for soldiers to pull their trigger at a child, regardless of whether or not he/she is armed - The violence was so extreme and rapid during WWI that the amount of panic that soldiers faced was overwhelming; this is example of CTF on the micro level. 2A. -Capitalism -“The State” -Civil-military bureaucracies -Industrial revolution -Nationalism B. Capitalism- modern capitalism as creator of prosperous societies was threatened by WWI “The State”- promoted by WWI, the “state” became as centralized governments with disciplined armies Civil-military bureaucracies- raise/manage huge armies Industrial Revolution- producing quantities of weapons to feed the huge demand
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2012 for the course SOC 100 taught by Professor Mckenna during the Winter '11 term at Notre Dame.

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Mid-term faeges - 1A-In Lebanon when the shooter in the tank freezes up when he is ordered to shoot and then shoots the innocent farmer-The lack of

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