WOMEN IN THE MILITARY

A Selected Bibliography

Compiled by Jacqueline Bey






“Women want Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. The right to serve our country, to bear arms in our nation's defense. They want respect for the red badge of courage that they too have displayed. And finally, they want recognition for their dedication and sacrifice.

In short, they want what men have wanted, been given and received.”
 
 

Remarks by William S. Cohen, Secretary of Defense, at the dedication of the Women in Military Service for America (WIMSA) Memorial on 18 October 1997
 
 

Preface


Women in the Military: A Selected Bibliography was compiled to show the changing roles of women in the military and ongoing concerns relating to their integration in the military. Most of what is included was published after 1996, continuing the selection of materials included in the 1996 Library Notes version of Women in the Military.

All the items are available in the U.S. Army War College Library collection or through the Internet. For the books and documents which are available in our collection, we have added our call numbers at the end of each entry. Please keep in mind that call numbers may vary from library to library. URL addresses which appear in the bibliography were all verified for accuracy, but there is always the possibility that some of them may have changed since the verification took place.

This bibliography is also available on the Internet through our Library’s home page (http://carlisle-www.army.mil/library/).

For additional information, please contact the Research and Information Services Branch, U.S. Army War College Library by sending an e-mail message to libraryr@awc.carlisle.army.mil, or by phoning DSN 242-4260 or Commercial (717) 245-4260.
 
 

Jacqueline S. Bey, compiler



 
 
 

WOMEN IN THE MILITARY

A Selected Bibliography
 
 

Contents






Books and Documents…………………………………………………………………..1
 
 

Periodical Articles……………………………………………………………..………..14
 
 

Videorecordings………………………………………………………………………….23
 
 

Selected Internet Sites….……………………………………………………………….23
 
 
 
 

BOOKS AND DOCUMENTS
Alpern, Stanley B. Amazons of Black Sparta: The Women Warriors of Dahomey. New York: New York University Press, 1998. 280pp. (UB419 .B45A47 1998)

Becraft, Carolyn. A Compendium of Quality of Life Research. Arlington, VA: U.S. Military Family Resource Center, 1996. 1 vol. (U21.5 .C65 1996)

“Sexual Harassment/Equal Opportunity Issues,” pp. 67-69.

Bennett, Darlene R. Sexual Harassment Policies and Programs in the Militaries of TTCP Countries. Thesis. Monterey, CA: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1997. 210pp. (V425 .U5 TH B25 1997)

Policies and programs and The Technical Cooperation Program (TTCP) countries.
Bey, Jacqueline S., comp. Women in the Military: A Bibliography. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, 1996. 17pp.

Bray, Robert M., Ashley M. Murchison, and June A. Walker. Health Behaviors and Performance of Military Women. Research Triangle Park, NC: Research Triangle Institute, 1998. 127pp. (UB418 .W65B72 1998)

Bray, Robert M., et al. Health Status of Military Women and Men in the Total Force.

Research Triangle Park, NC: Research Triangle Institute, 1998. 55pp. (RA407.3 .B72 1998)

Breuer, William B. War and American Women: Heroism, Deeds, and Controversy. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1997. 255pp. (UB418 .W65B74 1997)

Brill, Esther Levine. Women in the Gulf War Call-Up. Thesis. New York University, 1997. 251pp. (DS79.72 .W7B63 1997)

Brion, Irene. Lady GI: A Woman’s War in the South Pacific: The Memoir of Irene Brion. Novato, CA: Presidio, 1997. 178pp. (D767.9 .B751 1997)

Brokaw, Tom. The Greatest Generation. New York: Random House, 1998. 412pp. (D811 .A2B746 1998)

        “Women in Uniform and Out,” pp. 139-179.

        “Martha Settle Putney,” pp. 185-192.

Butte, Nancy F. Pregnancy-Induced Changes in Body Fat, Physical Fitness and Energy Requirements in Military and Civilian Women. Houston, TX: Baylor College of Medicine, 1998. 47pp. (UB417 .W65B88 1998)

Carl, Ann. A WASP among Eagles: A Woman Military Test Pilot in World War II. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1999. 132pp. (D790 .C272 1999)

Cass, Victoria. Dangerous Women: Warriors, Grannies, and Geishas of the Ming. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999. 156pp. (HQ1137 .C6C37 1999)

Cepis, Loretta J. Domestic Violence Prior to and during Pregnancy within a Selected Military Population and It’s Relationship to Depressive Symptomatology. Thesis. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology, 1996. 122pp. (HV6626 .C46 1996)

Colakoglu, Yurdagul. Recommendations of Rules, Regulations, and Codes for Managing the Female Officers in the Turkish Navy. Thesis. Monterey, CA: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1998. 134pp. (V425 .U5 TH C642)

Collins, Winifred Q., and Herbert M. Levine. More Than a Uniform: A Navy Woman in a Navy Man’s World. Denton, TX: University of North Texas Press, 1997. 241pp. (V63 .C65A3 1997)

Converse, Elliott V., III, ed. Forging the Sword: Selecting, Educating, and Training Cadets and Junior Officers in the Modern World. Chicago: Imprint, 1998. 441pp. (U405 .C65 1998)

“The Spirit Run and Football Cordon: A Case Study of Female Cadets at the U.S. Military Academy,” pp. 237-247.
Conway, Joan Marie, Marta D. Van Loan, and James A. Hodgdon. Body Composition in Military or Military Eligible Women. Beltsville, MD: U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1998. 1 vol. (QP301 .C66 1998)

Coquery-Vidrovitch, Catherine. Translated by Beth Gillian Raps. African Women: A Modern History. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1997. 308pp. (HQ1787 .C6713 1997)

“Women Warriors of Dahomey,” pp. 49-51.

Costello, Cynthia B., Shari E. Miles, and Anne J. Stone, eds. The American Woman, 1999-2000: A Century of Change—What’s Next?” New York: Norton, 1998. 448pp. (HQ1421 .A53 1998)

“American Women Today: A Statistical Portrait: Women in the Military,” pp. 345-356.

D’Amico, Francine, and Laurie Weinstein, eds. Gender Camouflage: Women and the U.S. Military. New York: New York University Press, 1999. 279pp. (UB418 .W65G46 1999)

Dean, Donna M. Warriors without Weapons: The Victimization of Military Women. Pasadena, MD: Minerva Center, 1997. 144pp. (UB418 .W65D42 1997)

DeLeon, Rudy F., and G. Kim Wincup. Report on the Responses of the Armed Services to the Federal Advisory Committee on Gender-Integrated Training and Related Issues and Additional Direction by the Secretary of Defense. Washington: U.S. Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, Personnel and Readiness, 1998. 17pp. (U408 .D24 1998)

Dempsey, Deborah Doane, and Joanne Reckler Foster. The Captain’s a Woman: Tales of a Merchant Mariner. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 1998. 269pp. (VK140 .D46A3 1998)

DePauw, Linda Grant. Battle Cries and Lullabies: Women in War from Prehistory to the Present. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1998. 395pp. (D25.5 .D44 1998)

Disher, Sharon H. First Class: Women Join the Ranks at the Naval Academy. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 1998. 362pp. (V415 .P1D57 1998)

Dobel, Tracy A. Study of Gender Integration in Classroom Training at the Navy Recruit Training Command. Thesis. Monterey, CA: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1998. 75pp. (V425 .U5 TH D61)

Dombrowski, Nicole Ann, ed. Women and War in the Twentieth Century: Enlisted With or Without Consent. New York: Garland, 1999. 377pp. (D810 .W7W663 1999)

Doyle, Tammy Reed. Factors Influencing Breastfeeding Duration in a Military Environment. Thesis. Wright State University, 1999. 92pp. (UB418 .W65D69 1999)

Dunivin, Karen O’Donnell. Military Culture: A Paradigm Shift? Maxwell Air Force Base, AL: Air University Press, 1997. 37pp. (UG635.31 .M29 no. 10)

Ebbert, Jean, and Marie-Beth Hall. Crossed Currents: Navy Women in a Century of Change, rev. ed. Washington: Brassey’s, 1999. 411pp. (VB324 .W65E232 1999)

Ellefson, Kristi G. Advancing Army Women as Senior Leaders: Understanding the Obstacles. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, 1998. 33pp. (AD-A344-984)

Enloe, Cynthia H. Maneuvers: The International Politics of Militarizing Women’s Lives. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000. 418pp. (U21.75 .E56 2000)

Evans, Mary Ann, and Leora Rosen. Women in the Military. Part 1. Pregnancy, Command Climate, Organizational Behavior, and Outcomes. Fort Sam Houston, TX: U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School, 1996. 163pp. (UB418 .W65E93 1996a)

Evans, Mary Ann, and Leora Rosen. Women in the Military. Part 2. Pregnancy, Command Climate, Organizational Behavior, and Outcomes. Fort Sam Houston, TX: U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School, 1997. 191pp. (UB418 .W65E93 1997)

Feinman, Ilene Rose. Brutal Responsibilities and Second Class Citizens: Women Soldiers, Martial Citizenship, and Feminist Antimilitarism. Thesis. University of California, Santa Cruz, 1997. 271pp. (U21.75 .F23 1997)

Fenner, Lorry M. Ideology and Amnesia: The Public Debate on Women in the American Military, 1940-1973. Thesis. University of Michigan, 1995. 631pp. (UB418 .W65F25 1995)

Fiedler, Edna R. Predicting Military-Induced Stress Responses in Servicewomen (Air Force). Lackland Air Force Base, TX: Wilford Hall U.S. Air Force Medical Center, 1996. 13pp. (UG834 .W65F54 1996)

Forbes, Ella. African American Women during the Civil War. New York: Garland, 1998. 272pp. (E540 .N3F56 1998)

“Fearing Shell Nor Shot: Soldiers, Spies, Recruiters & Other Heroes,” pp. 37-49.

Forty, George, and Anne Forty. Women War Heroines. New York: Sterling, 1997. 190pp. (U21.75 .F67 1997)

Francke, Linda Bird. Ground Zero: The Gender Wars in the Military. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1997. 304pp. (UB418 .W65F73 1997)

Frels, Mary C. Women Warriors: Oxymoron or Reality. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, 1999. 49pp. (AD-A363-893)

Friedl, Vicki L., comp. Women in the United States Military, 1901-1995: A Research Guide and Annotated Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996. 251pp. (UB418 .W65F75 1996)

Gebicke, Mark E. Gender Integration in Basic Training: The Services Are Using A Variety of Approaches. Testimony before the Subcommittee on Personnel, Committee on Armed Services, U.S. Senate. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1997. 6pp. (UB418 .W65G42 1997)

George, Jackie. She Who Dared: Covert Operations in Northern Ireland with the SAS. London: Leo Cooper, 1999. 180pp. (U262 .G25 1999)

Gibson, Owen. Breaking the Mold: Issue Redefinition and Policy Change Concerning Women in Combat. Thesis. Auburn University, 1996. 267pp. (UB418 .W65G31 1996)

Gruhzit-Hoyt, Olga. A Time Remembered: American Women in the Vietnam War. Novato, CA: Presidio, 1999. 262pp. (DS559.8 .W6G78 1999)

Gutmann, Stephanie. The Kinder, Gentler Military: Can America’s Gender-Neutral Fighting Force Still Win Wars? New York: Scribner, 2000. 300pp. (UB418 .W65G88 2000)

Harrell, Margaret C., and Laura L. Miller. New Opportunities for Military Women: Effects upon Readiness, Cohesion and Morale. Santa Monica, CA: Rand, 1997. 172pp. (UB418 .W65H16 1997)

Haynsworth, Leslie, and David M. Toomey. Amelia Earhart’s Daughters: The Wild and Glorious Story of American Aviators from World War II to the Dawn of the Space Age. New York: William Morrow, 1998. 322pp. (TL539 .H39 1998)

Herbert, Melissa S. Camouflage Isn’t Only for Combat: Gender, Sexuality and Women in the Military. New York: New York University Press, 1998. 205pp. (UB418 .W65H47 1998)

Holm, Jeanne M., and Judith Bellafaire, eds. In Defense of a Nation: Servicewomen in World War II. Washington: Military Women’s Press, 1998. 192pp. (D810 .W7I5 1998)

Hourani, Laurel L., and Huixing Yuan. The Health Status of Women and Men in the Navy and Marine Corps: Findings from the 1995 Perceptions of Wellness and Readiness Assessment. San Diego, CA: U.S. Naval Health Research Center, 1998. 74pp. (RA407.3 .H58 1998)

Jessup, Christopher. Breaking Ranks: Social Change in Military Communities. Washington: Brassey’s, 1996. 213pp. (U767 .J47 1996)

            “The Rise and Rise of the Professional Woman,” pp. 82-101.

Johnson, Roni S. Civilian Husbands in the Military Family: Current Issues and Future Concerns. Thesis. Monterey, CA: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1998. 194pp. (V425 .U5 TH J63)

Jones, David E. Women Warriors: A History. Washington: Brassey’s, 1997. 279pp. (U21.75 .J66 1997)

Jones, June Taylor. Gender Differences in Job Satisfaction in the U.S. Army. Alexandria, VA: U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, 1997. 157pp. (UB323 .J64 1997)

Katzenstein, Mary Fainsod. Faithful and Fearless: Moving Feminist Protest Inside the Church and Military. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1998. 270pp. (HQ1421 .K38 1998)

Katzenstein, Mary Fainsod, and Judith Reppy, eds. Beyond Zero Tolerance: Discrimination in Military Culture. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999. 300pp. (UB417 .B48 1999)

Keegan, Traci A. Study of Factors Affecting the Retention Decisions of Sea-Going Female Naval Aviators and Naval Flight Officers. Thesis. Monterey, CA: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1999. 130pp. (V425 .U5 TH K44)

Kelley, Michelle L. The Impact of Deployment on Navy Women and Their Families. Norfolk, VA: Old Dominion University, 1997. 135pp. (VB324 .W65K24 1997)

Keys, Carol S. “And the Army Keeps Rolling Along”: A Study of the Effects of Gender and Race on Women Officers’ Careers and the Strategies They Use to Survive and Succeed. Thesis. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 1997. 333 pp. (UB418 .W65K29 1997)

King, Charles A. The Trivialization of Gender and Its Impact on Combat Effectiveness. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, 2000. 32pp. (AD-A377-683)

King, Raymond E., et al. Pilot Personality: Gender and Career-Level Differences. Brooks Air Force Base, TX: Armstrong Laboratory, 1997. 14pp. (UG834 .W65P55 1997)

Knotts, Lester W. Infantrypersons. Fort Leavenworth, KS: U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, 1995. 48pp. (U415 .A42 96 K54)

Kraemer, William J. Strategies for Optimizing Strength, Power, and Muscle Hypertrophy in Women. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University, 1997. 55pp. (RC1235 .K72 1997)

Langley, Winston, and Vivian C. Fox. eds. Women’s Rights in the United States: A Documentary History. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1998. 356pp. (HQ1236.5 .U6W68 1998)

“Document 123: Policy on the Assignment of Women in the Armed Forces,” pp. 325-326
Larson, Rebecca D. White Roses: Stories of Civil War Nurses. Gettysburg, PA: Thomas, 1997. 70pp. (E621 .L37 1997)

Lauder Tamara D. The Female Athlete Triad: Prevalence in Military Women. Tacoma, WA: Madigan Army Medical Center, 1997. 35pp. (UB418 .W65L28 1997)

Osteoporosis, eating disorders, and amenorrhea in female soldiers.

Lemasters, Grace K. Female Reproductive Effects of Exposure to Jet Fuel at U.S. Air Force Bases. Cincinnati, OH: University of Cincinnati, 1998. 18pp. (RA1224.2 .L46 1998)

Lewis, Vickie. Side-by-Side: A Photographic History of American Women in War. New York: Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 1999. 160pp. (UB418 .W65L49 1999)

Litoff, Judy Barrett, and David C. Smith, eds. American Women in a World at War: Contemporary Accounts from World War II. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1997. 237pp. (D810 .W7A44 1997)

Lorentzen, Lois Ann, and Jennifer E. Turpin, eds. The Women and War Reader. New York: New York University Press, 1998. 382pp. (HQ1236 .W638 1998)

            “Women in the Military and War Complex,” pp. 119-154.

Lunardini, Christine A. Women’s Rights. Phoenix, AZ: Oryx, 1996. 219pp. (HQ1236.5 .U6L85 1996)

            “Deborah Sampson, Revolutionary Soldier, 1760-1827,” pp. 27-28.

Macknick, Barbara M. Military Women: Their Future Roles in Combat. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, 1999. 29pp. (AD-A363-560)

Manegold, Catherine S. In Glory’s Shadow: Shannon Faulkner, the Citadel, and a Changing America. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2000. 330pp. (KF228 .C53M36 2000)

Matthews, Lloyd J., and Tinaz Pavri, eds. Population Diversity and the U.S. Army. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, 1999. 137pp. (U413 .A66P66 1999)

            “Women in the United States Military,” pp. 99-105.

Matthews, Meredith Miller. Mother Wore Combat Boots and Chased Troop Trains: A Young Woman’s Adventure Story as an Army Nurse in World War II. Akron, OH: Grapevine Press, 1998. 173pp. (D807 .U6M38 1998)

McCall, Candace Lee. Health Care Needs of Air Force Women with Children Versus without Children Who Were Deployed during Operation Desert Shield/Storm. Thesis. University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, School of Public Health. 1996. 64pp. (UG834 .W65M32 1996)

McClure, Peggy, ed. Pathways to the Future: A Review of Military Family Research. Scranton, PA: Military Family Institute, Marywood University, 1999. 331pp. (U21.5 .M561 99-1)

“The Changing Role of Women in the Military and Its Impact on the Family,” pp. 133- 153.
McDougall, Walter A. The Feminization of the American Military. Philadelphia: Foreign Policy Research Institute, 2000. 5 pp. (E840 .F5 2000-2-4)

McGann, Denise R. Eliminating the Combat Exclusion: Solution to a 25-Year Old Problem. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, 1998. 26pp. (AD-A344-994)

McMahan, Arthur P. Female U.S. Army Personnel in Traditional and Nontraditional Jobs: A Comparison of Their Perceptions of the Quality and Atmosphere of Training. Thesis. Virginia Commonwealth University, 1996. 131pp. (UB418 .W65M15 1996)

McMichael, William H. The Mother of All Hooks: The Story of the U.S. Navy’s Tailhook Scandal. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, 1997. 377pp. (VB324 .W65M38 1997)

Merryman, Molly. Clipped Wings: The Rise and Fall of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs) of World War II. New York: New York University Press, 1998. 239pp. (D790.6 .M477 1998)

Meyer, Leisa D. Creating GI Jane: Sexuality and Power in the Women’s Army Corps during World War II. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996. 260pp. (UA565 .W6M48 1996)

Mitchell, Brian. Women in the Military: Flirting with Disaster. Washington: Regnery, 1998. 390pp. (UB418 .W65M39 1998)

Mitchell, Monica E. Study of Voluntary Resignation by Female Midshipmen from the Naval Academy. Thesis. Monterey, CA: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1999. 105pp. (V425 .U5 TH M573)

Moore, Brenda L. How Do Active Duty Women Perceive the Army’s Equal Opportunity Climate? Patrick Air Force Base, FL: U.S. Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute, 1997. 37pp. (UB417 .D26 97-14)

Murphy, Sally D. Support to Academic Based Research on Leadership Vision and Gender Implications. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, 1997. 44pp. (AD-A326-613)

National Summit on Women Veterans’ Issues. National Summit on Women Veterans’ Issues: Proceedings. Washington: U.S. Center for Women Veterans, Department of Veterans Affairs, 1996. 108pp. (UB357 .N33 1996)

Neiberg, Michael S. Making Citizen-Soldiers: ROTC and the Ideology of American Military Service. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2000. 264pp. (U428.5 .N455 2000)

            “The Intent and Spirit of National Policy,” (Women in ROTC), pp. 157-165.

Nero, Carrie L. Leadership Opportunities for USAR Nurses: Do We Need to Change the Regulations? Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, 1997. 40pp. (AD-A325-597)

Newell, Helen M. Full Integration of Women in the Air Force: Myth or Possibility? Thesis. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology, 1998. 38pp. (UG635.34 TH .N29 1998)

Norman, Elizabeth M. We Band of Angels: The Untold Story of American Nurses Trapped on Bataan by the Japanese. New York: Random House, 1999. 327pp. (D807 .U6N67 1999)

Perri, Margaret Ellen. Witnesses to War: The War Stories of Women Vietnam Veterans. Thesis. University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1998. 253pp. (DS559.8 .W6P26 1998)

Prewitt, Pamela. Women in the Military. U.S. Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI) Special Topics Pamphlet 95-3. Patrick Air Force Base, FL: Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute, 1995. 13pp. (UB417 .P74 1995)

Riedel, Robert G. Does Reported Discrimination in the Military Impact Organizational Factors Differently for Gender, Race, and Rank. Patrick Air Force Base, FL: U.S. Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute, 1998. 12pp. (UB417 .D26 98-10)

Robison, Beth A. Mentoring Women in the U.S. Army. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, 1999. 36pp. (AD-A364-615)

Rudert, Karla K., and Martin K. Topping. The Utilization of Men and Women in Enlisted US Air Force Career Fields. Randolph Air Force Base, TX: U.S. Air Force Occupational Measurement Squadron, 1999. 18pp. (UG773 .R83 1999)

Sadler, Anne. Sexual Victimization and the Military Environment: Contributing Factors, Vocational, Psychological and Medical Sequelae. Iowa City, IA: Veterans Administration Medical Center, 1996. 15pp. (RC552 .P67S12 1996)

Santee, W.R., W.T. Matthew, and R.R. Gonzalez. Casualty Evacuation by Female Litter Teams under Hot-Dry Conditions. Natick, MA: U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, 1998. 37pp. (UB418 .W65S26 1998)

Sayre, Bette R. A Comprehensive Pregnancy and Family Medical Care Leave Program for the 21st Century Army. Senior Service College Fellowship Paper. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College; Austin, TX: Center for Professional Development and Training, University of Texas at Austin, 1999. 46pp. (AD-A366-753)

Scarville, Jacquelyn, et al. Armed Forces Equal Opportunity Survey. Arlington, VA: U.S. Defense Manpower Data Center, Survey & Program Evaluation Division, 1999. 264pp. (UB417 .A76 1999)

Scherb, Barbara J. Gender Communication Differences: The Impact on Strategic Leaders and Decisionmaking. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, 1997. 26pp. (AD-A326-430)

Sharoni, Simona. Gender and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: The Politics of Women’s Resistance. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1995. 199pp. (HQ1728.5 .Z8W470 1995)

            “Gender and the Militarization of People’s Lives,” pp. 41-50.

Sheldon, Sayre P, ed. Her War Story: Twentieth-Century Women Write about War. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 1999. 370pp. (PN6071 .W35H26 1999)

Sherrow, Victoria. Women and the Military: An Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1996. 381pp. (U21.75 .S54 1996)

Simbeck, Rob. Daughter of the Air: The Brief Soaring Life of Cornelia Fort. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1999. 263pp. (D790 .S34 1999)

Skaine, Rosemarie. Women at War: Gender Issues of Americans in Combat. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 1999. 299pp. (UB418 .W65S53 1999)

Smith, Gordon S. Injury to Women in the Military. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, 1998. 1 vol. (UB418 .W65I55 1998)

Snedecor, Michael R., et al. Injury and Illness among Air Force Female Recruits. Brooks Air Force Base, TX: Armstrong Laboratory, 1996. 48pp. (UG834 .W65I5 1996)

Soeters, Joseph, and Jan van der Meulen, eds. Managing Diversity in the Armed Forces: Experiences from Nine Countries. Tilburg, Netherlands: Tilburg University Press, 1999. 228pp. (UB416 .M15 1999)

Discusses diversity in terms of gender and ethnicity in the armed forces of the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Israel, and South Africa.
Sowell, Maureen R. Women: Their Fight to Fight. Thesis. California State University, Dominquez Hills, 1996. 70pp. (UB418 .W65S59 1996)

Spears, Sally. Call Sign Revlon: The Life and Death of Navy Fighter Pilot Kara Hultgreen. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 1998. 306pp. (V63 .H85S64 1998)

Stander, Valerie A., et al. Military Marriages in the 1990s. Scranton, PA: Military Family Institute, Marywood University, 1998. 1 vol. (U21.5 .M56 98-2)

            “Civilian Husbands and Military Wives,” pp. 65-89.

Stanley, Julie K. An Analysis of the Psychosocial Development of the Female Strategic Leader. Strategy Research Project. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, 2000. 39pp. (AD-A377-583)

Stiehm, Judith, ed. It’s Our Military, Too!: Women and the U.S. Military. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1996. 309pp. (UB418 .W65I88 1996)

Stovall, Holly. Women’s Conscription Versus Motherhood: The Female Draft Debate during World War II. Thesis. Sarah Lawrence College, 1997. 80 pp. (D810 .W7S75 1997)

Strachan, Hew, ed. The British Army, Manpower and Society into the Twenty-First Century. Portland, OR: Frank Cass, 2000. 264pp. (UB325 .G7B75 2000)

            “Women in the Army,” pp. 105-118.

Taylor, Sandra C. Vietnamese Women at War: Fighting for Ho Chi Minh and the Revolution. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 1999. 170pp. (DS559.8 .W6T39 1999)

Thomas, Patricia J., and Zannette A. Uriell. Pregnancy and Single Parenthood in the Navy: Results of a 1997 Survey. San Diego, CA: U.S. Navy Personnel Research and Development Center, 1998. 41pp. (VB258 .T35 1998)

Turner, Dolores Martha Hughesdon. The Experience of Chief Nurses in Military Operations Other Than War. Thesis. Dayton, OH: U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology, 1998. 189pp. (UG635.34 THT86 1998)

Turner, Karen Gottschang, and Phan Thanh Hao. Even the Women Must Fight: Memories of War from North Vietnam. New York: Wiley, 1998. 224pp. (DS559.8 .W6T87 1998)

U.S. Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services. DACOWITS 1997 Spring Conference Issue Book. DACOWITS Conference Issue Books are also available on the Internet at <http://www.dtic.mil/dacowits/>. Washington: The Committee, 1997. 1 vol. (UB418 .W65 U54)

U.S. Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute. Representation of Minorities and Women in the Armed Forces 1976-1997. DEOMI Statistical Series Pamphlet 98-3. Patrick Air Force Base, FL: Research Directorate, Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute, 1998. 21pp. (UB417 .D28 98-3)

U.S. Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute. Semiannual Occupational Profile of Minorities and Women in the Department of Defense. Patrick Air Force Base, FL: Research Directorate, Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute, 1997. 1 vol. (UB417 .S46 1997)

U.S. Department of the Army. Army Regulation 600-13: Army Policy for the Assignment of Female Soldiers. Washington: 27 March 1992. Also available on the Internet.

<ftp://pubs.army.mil/pub/epubs/pdf/r600_13.pdf >.Accessed 26 June 2000.
U.S. Department of the Army. Army Regulation 600-20: Army Command Policy. Washington: 15 July 1999. Chapter 7 – “Prevention of Sexual Harassment,” pp. 93-97.

Also available on the Internet <ftp://pubs.army.mil/pub/epubs/pdf/r600_20.pdf>.  Accessed 26 June 2000.

U.S. Department of the Army. The Secretary of the Army’s Senior Review Panel Report on Sexual Harassment. Washington: U.S. Department of the Army, 1997. 2 vols. (HD6060.6 .U6S43 1997)

U.S. Department of the Army. Special Inspection of Initial Entry Training Equal Opportunity/Sexual Harassment Policies and Procedures: December 1996 – April 1997. Washington: U.S. Department of the Army, Office of the Inspector General, 1997. 1 vol. (UA24 .A7S64 1997)

U.S. General Accounting Office. Basic Training: Services Are Using A Variety of Approaches to Gender Integration: Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Military Personnel, Committee on National Security, House of Representatives. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1996. 13pp. (UB418 .W65A313 1996)

U.S. General Accounting Office. DOD Service Academies: Update on Extent of Sexual Harassment: Report to Congressional Requesters. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1995. 34pp. (U408.3 .U548 1995)

U.S. General Accounting Office. Gender Issues: Analysis of Methodologies in Reports to the Secretaries of Defense and the Army: Report to Congressional Requesters. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1998. 22pp. (UB418 .W65U532 1998)

U.S. General Accounting Office. Gender Issues: Analysis of Promotion and Career Opportunities Data: Report to the Ranking Minority Member, Subcommittee on Readiness, Committee on Armed Services, U.S. Senate. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1998. 69pp. (UB418 .W65U533 (1998)

U.S. General Accounting Office. Gender Issues: Changes Would Be Needed to Expand Selective Service Registration to Women: Report to the Ranking Minority Member, Subcommittee on Readiness, Committee on Armed Services, U.S. Senate. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1998. 8pp. (UB418 .W65U534 1998)

U.S. General Accounting Office. Gender Issues: Improved Guidance and Oversight Are Needed to Ensure Validity and Equity of Fitness Standards: Report to the Ranking Minority Member, Subcommittee on Readiness, Committee on Armed Services, U.S. Senate. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1998. 49pp. (UB333 .U531 1998)

U.S. General Accounting Office. Gender Issues: Information on DOD’s Assignment Policy and Direct Ground Combat Definition: Report to the Ranking Minority Member, Subcommittee on Readiness, Committee on Armed Services, U.S. Senate. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1998. 21pp. (UB418 .W65U535 1998)

U.S. General Accounting Office. Gender Issues: Information to Assess Servicemembers’ Perceptions of Gender Inequities Is Incomplete: Report to Congressional Committee. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1998. 53pp. (UB418 .W65U536 1998)

U.S. General Accounting Office. Gender Issues: Medical Support for Female Soldiers Deployed to Bosnia: Report to the Ranking Minority Member, Subcommittee on Readiness and Management Support, Committee on Armed Services, U.S. Senate. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1999. 35pp. (UB418 .W65U537 1999)

U.S. General Accounting Office. Gender Issues: Perceptions of Readiness in Selected Units: Report to Ranking Minority Member, Subcommittee on Readiness and Management Support, Committee on Armed Services, U.S. Senate. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1999. 40pp. (UB418 .W65U531 1999)

U.S. General Accounting Office. Gender Issues: Trends in the Occupational Distribution of Military Women: Report to the Ranking Minority Member, Subcommittee on Readiness and Management Support, Committee on Armed Services, U.S. Senate. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1999. 51pp. (UB418 .W65U538 1999)

U.S. General Accounting Office. Military Housing: Costs of Separate Barracks for Male and Female Recruits in Basic Training: Report to Congressional Committees. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1999. 25pp. (UC403 .U532 1999)

U.S. General Accounting Office. Physically Demanding Jobs: Services Have Little Data on Ability of Personnel to Perform: Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Military Personnel, Committee on National Security, House of Representatives. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1996. 15pp. (UB333 .U53 1996)

U.S. General Accounting Office. VA Health Care for Women: Progress Made in Providing Services to Women Veterans: Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Health, Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, House of Representatives. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1999. 24pp. (UB369 .U5329 1999)

U.S. General Accounting Office. Women Veterans’ Health Care: VA Efforts to Respond to the Challenge of Providing Sexual Trauma Counseling. Washington: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1998. 3pp. (UB369 .U5327 1998)

U.S. Institute of Medicine. Reducing Stress Fracture in Physically Active Military Women. Washington: National Academy Press, 1998. 117pp. (RD104 .S77I56 1998)

U.S. Office of the Secretary of Defense. Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services Military Installation Visits. Washington: Office of the Secretary of Defense, 1998. 13pp. (UB418 .W65D44 1998)

            Summary of 1997 installation visits.

Ursano, Robert J., ed., et al. Gender, Stress & Coping in the U.S. Military: A Conference to Explore the Effects of Combat, Trauma, & Extreme Environments on Women’s Health & Performance, June 16, 17, & 18, 1995, the Airlie House, Airlie, Virginia. Bethesda, MD: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, 1996. 4 vols. (UB418 .W65G46 1995a)

Trauma, Stress and Health: Military Women in Combat, Deployment and Contingency Operations, vol. 1; Historical Perspectives on Acculturation, Performance, Deployment, and Contingency Stresses, vol. 2; Performance, vol. 3; Training, Deployment and Contingency Stressors, vol. 4.
Ursano, Robert J., et al. Sex Differences, Stress, and Military Readiness. Bethesda, MD: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, 1996. 366pp. (RC552 .P67S29 1996)

Ursano, Robert J., et al. Trauma, Stress & Health: Military Women in Combat, Deployment & Contingency Operations: Recommendations. Bethesda, MD: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, 1996. 15pp. (RC552 .P67T72 1996)

Weinstein, Laurie Lee, and Christie C. White, eds. Wives and Warriors: Women and the Military in the United States and Canada. Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey, 1997. 252pp. (U21.75 .W58 1997)

West, Togo, and Dennis J. Reimer. Sexual Harassment in the Army. Washington: U.S. Department of the Army, 1997. 22pp. (U22 .W45 1997)

            DA news briefing, 11 September 1997.

Westphal, Kathleen A., et al. Health, Performance, and Nutritional Status of U.S. Army Women during Basic Combat Training. Natick, MA: U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, 1995. 146pp. (UB418 .W65H43 1995a)

Westwood, John, and Hughes Turner. Marriage and Children as Impediments to Career Progression of Active Duty Career Women Army Officers. Senior Service College Fellowship Paper. Carlisle Barracks: U.S. Army War College; Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 1996. 51pp. (AD-A311-198)

Wolfe, Jessica, and Susan P. Proctor. Female Gender and Other Potential Predictors of Functional Health Status among Persian Gulf War Veterans (revised). Boston, MA: Tufts University, 1998. 41pp. (UB418 .W65W654 1998)

Yore, Micelle M., and Paul J. Amoroso. The Demographic Profile of U.S. Army Active Duty Women 1980-1994 Using the Total Army Injury and Health Outcome Database. Natick, MA: U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, 1997. 76pp. (UB418 .W65Y57 1997)

Yuval-Davis, Nira. Gender & Nation. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 1997. 157pp. (HQ1235 .Y88 1997)

            “Gendered Militaries, Gendered Wars,” pp. 93-115.

Zellmann, Gail L. Implementing Policy Changes in Large Organizations: The Case of Gays and Lesbians in the Military. Santa Monica, CA: Rand, 1997. pp. 266-289. (U418 .G38Z45 1997)

            From Out in Force, University of Chicago Press, 1996.

Zimmerman, Jan. Tailspin: Women at War in the Wake of Tailhook. New York: Doubleday, 1995. 336pp. (VB324 .W65Z55 1995)
 
 

PERIODICAL ARTICLES

Armor, David J. “Race and Gender in the U.S. Military.” Armed Forces & Society 23 (Fall 1996): 7-27.

Baldi, Robert. “Attaché Duty.” Soldiers 54 (September 1999): 16-19.

Baldwin, J. Norman. “Female Promotions in Male-Dominant Organizations: The Case of the United States Military.” Journal of Politics 58 (November 1996): 1184-1197.

Berens, Robert J. “Is It Combat or ‘Combat’?” Marine Corps Gazette 81 (November 1997): 71-72.

Bolgar, Judit. “Women in the Hungarian Armed Forces.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Fall-Winter 1999): 92-99.

Boussy, Laura. “No Women in Ground Combat.” Proceedings: U.S. Naval Institute 122 (November 1996): 42-44.

Bowley, Patricia, and Kris Wright. “Canadian Enlisted Women: The Canadian Armed Forces before and after 1945.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 15 (Spring 1997): 9-25.

Boyle, Richard. “Women Should Not Serve in Submarines.” Proceedings: U.S. Naval Institute 125 (December 1999): 96.

Brickman, Jane Pacht. “No Androgynous Officers.” Proceedings: U.S. Naval Institute 124 (January 1998): 64-66.

Brooke, Micool. “ADJ Interview: Women Join Ranks of Top Brass in Thai Armed Forces.” Asian Defence Journal 5 (May 1996): 48-49.

MG Poungpen Palasin, one of Thailand’s first woman generals, is interviewed.

Brower, J. Michael. “The Enemy [Below]…the Brass Above.” Commentary. Proceedings: U.S. Naval Institute 126 (June 2000): 33.

            “…Gender-neutrality aboard American submarines is the wave of the future.”

Brower, J. Michael. “The Mother of All Future Debates: Women in Combat.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 14 (Fall-Winter 1996): 1-10.

Brower, J. Michael. “No More Aberdeens: Ending Sexual Harassment in Today’s Army.” Armed Forces Journal International 137 (September 1999): 34-35.

Brower, J. Michael. “Undermining Old Taboos: US, UK Studies Say Women Can Meet Physical Demands of Combat.” Armed Forces Journal International 133 (May 1996): 13.

Byron, John L. “End Sexism.” Proceedings: U.S. Naval Institute 122 (February 1996): 27-31.

Buck, Anita. “POW in Germany.” Army 50 (March 2000): 49-51.

Profiles Reba Whittle, “the only U.S. military woman taken prisoner in the European theater during World War II.”

Buckley, James J. “The Unit Cohesion Factor.” Marine Corps Gazette 81 (November 1997): 66-70.

Buckman, Terry L. “Gender Integration: What’s Next?” Proceedings: U.S. Naval Institute 125 (February 1999): 31-32.

Carreiras, Helena. “The Role of Women in the Armed Forces of NATO Countries: Military Constraints and Professional Identities.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Fall-Winter 1999): 46-57.

Chaffey, Kay Gott. “Thoughts on the Film ‘Saving Private Ryan’.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 16 (Summer 1998): 1-4.

Gott reflects on her experience as a Women Airforce Service pilot during World War II.
Cieslarczyk, Marian, Stanislaw Jarmoszko, and Miroslawa Marciniuk. “On the Back of the Third Wave Or, the Woman’s Way to a Military Career.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Fall-Winter 1999): 26-38.

Conrey, Kristin. “Remembering the Forgotten: A Look at the Women POWs of World War II.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 16 (Fall-Winter 1998): 25-75.

Cowan, David N., et al. “The Risk of Birth Defects among Children of Persian Gulf War Veterans.” The New England Journal of Medicine 336 (5 June 1997): 1650-1656.

D’Amico, Francine. “Feminist Perspectives on Women Warriors.” Peace Review 8 (September 1996): 379-384.

Dandeker, Christopher, and Mady Wechsler Segal. “Gender Integration in Armed Forces: Recent Policy Developments in the United Kingdom.” Armed Forces & Society 23 (Fall 1996): 29-47.

Darr, Ann. “The Long Flight Home: Women Served--And Died--In WWII. Now They Are Remembered.” U.S. News & World Report 123 (17 November 1997): 66-70.

DeSai, Sunil B. “The Marine Corps Physical Fitness Test: A Violation of Our Ethos.” Marine Corps Gazette 84 (February 2000): 27-31.

Deuster, Patricia A., Bruce H. Jones, and Joseph Moore. “Patterns and Risk Factors for Exercise-Related Injuries in Women: A Military Perspective.” Military Medicine 162 (October 1997): 649-655.

Donegan, Craig. “New Military Culture: Do Women, Blacks and Homosexuals Get Fair Treatment?” CQ-Researcher 6 (26 April 1996): 363-383.

Eitzen, Joan P., and Robin G. Sawyer. “Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Risk Behaviors of Female Active Duty Recruits.” Military Medicine 162 (October 1997): 686-689.

Evans, Mary Ann, and Leora N. Rosen. “Demographic and Psychosocial Risk Factors for Preterm Delivery in an Active Duty Pregnant Population.” Military Medicine 165 (January 2000): 49-53.

Farkas, T. “Training of Women Officers.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Fall-Winter 1999): 74-77.

The four-year undergraduate education of officers at the Janos Bolyai Military Technical College in Hungary.
Flammang, Anne, et al, eds..“Leadership in a Gender-Diverse Military: Women at the Nation’s Service Academies: The Twenty-Year Mark.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 15 (Fall-Winter 1997): 1-126.
Special issue of conference proceedings, 20-23 March 1997, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, New London, Connecticut.
Garcia, Sarah. “Military Women in the NATO Armed Forces.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Summer 1999): 33-82.

Graham, Janice M. “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” Proceedings: U.S. Naval Institute 125 (October 1999): 39-42.

Gruenwald, Juliana. “Women in the Military: Mission in Progress: Recurrent Cases of Sexual Misconduct Force Congress to Reassess Its Handling of Gender Integration in Armed Forces.” Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report 55 (16 August 1997): 1962-1966.

Gruner, Elliott. “Women as POWs: Forgetting the Rhonda Cornum Story.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 14 (Spring 1996): 1-14.

Gutmann, Stephanie. “Sex and the Soldier.” The New Republic 216 (24 February 1997): 18-22.

            The disruptive nature of gender integration.

Harris, Marcelite. “Recognising the Role of Women in NATO’s Military Forces.” NATO Review 45 (September-October 1997): 25-26.

Hasenauer, Heike. “Mothers in Training: Womack Army Medical Center at Fort Bragg, N.C., Has Introduced Two Innovative Programs That Are Helping the Good Health of Pregnant Soldiers and Their Babies.” Soldiers 52 (August 1997): 24-26.

Hasenauer, Heike. “Tribute to Women Who Serve.” Soldiers (March 1998): 38-40.

Describes the Women in Military Service for America Memorial (WIMSA).

Herbert, Melissa S. “Guarding the Nation, Guarding Ourselves: The Management of Hetero/Homo/Sexuality among Women in the Military.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 15 (Summer 1997): 60-76.

Herrera-Graf, Mercedes. “Stress, Suffering, and Sacrifice: Women POWs in the Civil War.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 16 (Fall-Winter 1998): 1-24.

Herspring, Dale R. “Women in the Russian Military: A Reluctant Marriage.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 15 (Summer 1997): 42-59.

Hilsdon, Anne-Marie. “From Civilian to Military: Bodily Transformations and Transgressions in Philippine Militaries.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 14 (Fall-Winter 1996): 69-126.

Horner, Ann L. “Leadership Is Leadership--Regardless of Gender.” Field Artillery PB6-99-3 (May-June 1999): 40-41.

Hughey, Michael J., and Thakor G. Patel. “Changes in Women’s Health Care Aboard One Ship.” Military Medicine 162 (October 1997): 671-674.

Ireland, Doug. “Search and Destroy: Gay-Baiting in the Military under ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’.” The Nation 271 (10 July 2000): 11-16.

Iverson, Erica. “An Officer and a Gentlewoman: Rhonda Cornum Holds Her Own.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 16 (Fall-Winter 1998): 93-111.

Jules-Dehner, Noel. “Under Fire: Soviet Women Combat Veterans.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 15 (Summer 1997): 1-12.

Katz-Stone, Adam. “Mixed Training Suits Coast Guard Fine.” Navy Times 48 (26 October 1998): 22.

Katz-Stone, Adam. “Coast Guard to Get Its First-Ever Female Flag Officer.” Navy Times (1 May 2000): 26.

Kier, Elizabeth. “Homosexuals in the U.S. Military: Open Integration and Combat Effectiveness.” International Security 23 (Fall 1998): 5-39.

King, Raymond E., Suzanne E. McGlohn, and Paul D. Retzlaff. “Female United States Air Force Pilot Personality: The New Right Stuff.” Military Medicine 162 (October 1997): 695-697.

Kitfield, James. “Front and Center.” National Journal 29 (25 October 1997): 2124-2129.

            How women are reshaping the US military.

Korb, Laurence, and Robert L. Maginnis. “Should Men and Women Train and Go into Combat Together?” Retired Officer Magazine 53 (October 1997): 40-45.

Kormos, Zsuzsa. “Career-Socialization of Women College Students.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Fall-Winter 1999): 106-110.

            Survey relating to career choices of women attending Hungary’s military colleges.

Krizbai, Janos. “Women Soldiers and Human Resources Policy.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Fall-Winter 1999): 85-91.

Kurowski, Robert A. “Undercurrents (Racial and Gender Issues in the Marines).” Marine Corps Gazette 82 (October 1998): 12-14.

Laszlo, Czimmer Istvzan. “Training Possibilities for Women.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Fall-Winter 1999): 78-84.

Discusses the problem of “how to organize the military and professional training of officers who have not graduated from military institutions.”
Lieberman, Joe. “Amid the Demoralizing Loss of Fort Washington, Margaret Corbin Emerged as America’s First Wartime Heroine.” Military History 15 (February 1999): 12-14.

Lister, Sara E. “Gender and the Civil-Military Gap.” Proceedings: U.S. Naval Institute 126 (January 2000): 50-53.

Mahler, Michael D. “Guidelines on Sexual Harassment Issues.” Army 47 (February 1997): 10-12.

Matthews, William. “Women at Sea.” Navy Times 48 (23 November 1998): 14-17.

McGlohn, Suzanne E., et al. “Female United States Air Force (USAF) Pilots: Themes, Challenges, and Possible Solutions.” Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 68 (February 1997): 132-136.

McHugh, Jane. “Fewer Females Are Joining Reserves.” Army Times 59 (8 February 1999): 19.

McMillin, Sue. “First Female Grads, 20 Years Later.” Air Force Times 60 (5 June 2000): 18.

McNulty, Peggy Anne Fisher. “Prevalence and Contributing Factors of Eating Disorder Behaviors in a Population of Female Navy Nurses.” Military Medicine 162 (October 1997): 703-706.

Metcalf, Arthur G.B. “Time to Re-Examine the Role of Women in the Military.” Strategic Review 25 (Spring 1997): 5-6.

Montgomery, Diane. “Biographical Note on Sarah Edmonds alias Franklin Thompson.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 13 (Summer 1996): 48-66.

Moore, Alan. “A Female Perspective.” Soldiers 52 (September 1997): 31.

            Female guards at the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks, Ft. Leavenworth, KS.

Moxley, W.T. “Leadership Considerations and Lessons Learned in a Mixed Gender Environment.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Fall-Winter 1999): 58-67.

Murphy, Frances, et al. “Women in the Persian Gulf War: Health Care Implications for Active Duty Troops and Veterans.” Military Medicine 162 (October 1997): 656-660.

Newman, Richard J. “Army Sex Ed 101: Lessons from Racial Integration Could Ease Gender Wars.” U.S. News & World Report 123 (11 August 1997): 50-52.

Norwood, Ann E., Robert J. Ursano, and Frances H. Gabbay. “Health Effects of the Stressors of Extreme Environments on Military Women.” Military Medicine 162 (October 1997): 643-648.

O’Hara, Jane. “Of Rape and Justice: Has Anything Really Changed in the Canadian Forces?” Maclean’s 111 (14 December 1998): 16-21.

Owens, Mackubin Thomas. “It’s Time to Face the Gender Paradox.” Proceedings: U.S. Naval Institute 124 (July 1998): 43-49.

Pennington, Reina. “‘Do Not Speak of the Services Your Rendered’: Women Veterans of Aviation in the Soviet Union.” Journal of Slavic Military Studies 9 (March 1996): 120-151.

Pennington, Reina. “The Propaganda Factor and Soviet Women Pilots in World War II.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 15 (Summer 1997): 13-41.

Peto, Andrea. “Women, War, and Military in Eastern Europe.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Fall-Winter 1999): 5-12.

Pfarr, Dietmar. “Women in the Austrian Armed Forces.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Fall-Winter 1999): 13-18.

Pierce, Penny F., Cathy Antonakos, and Barbara A. Deroba. “Health Care Utilization and Satisfaction Concerning Gender-Specific Health Problems among Military Women.” Military Medicine 164 (February 1999): 98-192.

Popa, Oana C. “Women in the Armed Forces: The Case of Romania.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Fall-Winter 1999): 39-40.

Rainbow, Fred, and Brendan Greeley. “Australian Chief of Navy.” Proceedings: U.S. Naval Institute 126 (January 2000): 54-59.

Interview with Vice Admiral D.J. Shackleton includes discussion of women serving on submarines.
Rashid, Ahmed. “Sister Courage: Hazara Women Take to the Battlefield.” Review: Far Eastern Economic Review 160 (27 November 1997): 30.

Women serving on the front lines during Afghanistan’s civil war.

Reed, Brian J. “Gender Integrated Basic Training: A Theoretical Analysis of the Continuing Debate.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Summer 1999): 18-32.

Rees, John. “‘The Multitude of Women’: An Examination of the Numbers of Female Camp Followers with the Continental Army.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 14 (Summer 1996): 1-47.

Reimer, Dennis.J. “Army Not Perfect, but Still Good Place for Women.” Army Times 58 (11 August 1997): 3-4.

Rhoad, Julie A. “They Also Served.” American Legion Magazine 144 (January 1998): 44-47.

            Dedication of the Women in Military Service for America Memorial.

Roberts, Jeffrey J. “On John Keegan, Soviet ‘Amazons,’ and the Issue of Women in Combat.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 14 (Fall-Winter 1996): 11-28.

Rogers, Phillipe D. “John Has to Do It because Jane Can’t.” Proceedings: U.S. Naval Institute 122 (September 1996): 46.

Roncolato, Gerard D., and Stephen F. Davis, Jr. “A View from the Gender Fault Line.” Proceedings: U.S. Naval Institute 124 (March 1998): 102-104.

Rosen, Leora N., and Lee Martin. “Sexual Harassment, Cohesion, and Combat Readiness in U.S. Army Support Units.” Armed Forces & Society 24 (Winter 1997): 221-244.

Rosen, Leora N., Jill P. Weber, and Lee Martin. “Gender-Related Personal Attributes and Psychological Adjustment among U.S. Army Soldiers.” Military Medicine 165 (January 2000): 54-59.

Rosen, Leora N., et al. “Gender Composition and Group Cohesion in U.S. Army Units: A Comparison across Five Studies.” Armed Forces & Society 25 (Spring 1999): 365-386.

Ryan, Paul. “Much Ado about Nothing.” Proceedings: U.S. Naval Institute 123 (June 1997): 66-68.

Commander of submarine tender discusses 18-year experience with a mixed-gender crew.
Seigle, Greg. “Women Critical to Success of US All-Volunteer Force.” Jane’s Defence Weekly 31 (23 June 1999): 24.

Serrill, Michael S. “Armed Women of Iran.” Time 149 (21 April 1997): 86-87.

            Women in Iran’s National Liberation Army.

Simons, Anna. “Women Can Never ‘Belong’ in Combat.” Orbis 44 (Summer 2000): 451-461.

Skelton, Geoffrey. “Dahomey’s Royal Guard and Amazons.” Military History 15 (December 1998): 70-71.

Small, Stephen C. “Women in American Military History, 1776-1918.” Military Review 78 (March-April 1998): 101-105.

Smith, Laura L. “An Electronic Amelia Earhart in Eastern Europe.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Spring 1999): 18-24.

Smith, Melvin Charles. “Gender Heroism in the British Army: Women and the Victoria Cross.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Spring 1999): 3-17.

Stewart, Alton, Jr. “Learn to Accept Women at the Naval Academy.” Proceedings: U.S. Naval Institute 124 (June 1998): 42-44.

Stoddard, Eleanor, comp. “Published Memoirs of Military Women in World War II: A Bibliography.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 15 (Spring 1997): 33-42.

Stone, Andrea. “Too Cramped for Comfort? Submarines Mull the Costs, Logistics of Retrofitting Their Boats for Women.” Navy Times 49 (5 June 2000): 24.

Szabo, Andrea. “The Establishment of the Hungarian Women Soldier’s Section and Its Justification.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Fall-Winter 1999): 68-73.

Thompson, Mark. “Aye, Aye, Ma’am.” Time 155 (27 March 2000): 30-34.

            Kathleen McGrath is the first American woman to command a warship.

Titunik, Regina F. “The First Wave: Gender Integration and Military Culture.” Armed Forces & Society 26 (Winter 2000): 229-257.

Toth, Alexandra. “Career Picture, Values Orientation, and Sentiments of Szolnok ATC Students.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Fall-Winter 1999): 100-105.

Survey of students who specialized in Air Traffic Control (ATC) at the Institute of Aviation Officers, Miklos Zrinyi National Defense University.
Trainor, Bernard E. “Women in the Military.” Marine Corps Gazette 81 (November 1997): 60-63.

Trifunovic, Jelena. “Women in the Slovenian Armed Forces.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Fall-Winter 1999): 41-45.

Valceanu, John. “Women in the Army: A Proud History.” Soldiers 54 (March 1999): 21-23.

Valpolini, Paolo, Heinz Sculte, and J.A.C. Lewis. “Briefing: Gender and the Military--Women Warriors.” Jane’s Defence Weekly 31 (23 June 1999): 24-26.

Van Exel, Michelle. “Recruiting Women Officers: Quantity vs. Quality.” Marine Corps Gazette 83 (September 1999): 46-47.

Van Riper, Paul K. “Gender Integrated/Segregated Training.” Marine Corps Gazette 81 (November 1997): 64-65.

Van Wijk, Charles. “Factors Influencing Burnout and Job Stress among Military Nurses.” Military Medicine 162 (October 1997): 707-710.

Vlachova, Marie. “National Report: Czech Republic.” Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military 17 (Fall-Winter 1999): 19-25.

            Twenty-year tradition of women in the Czech Armed Forces.

Walker, Terry L. “Training As We Expect to Fight: Who Will Support the Ground Combat Forces?” Marine Corps Gazette 83 (April 1999): 45-46.

Winfield, A. Carl, et al. “Risk Factors Associated with Stress Reactions in Female Marines.” Military Medicine 162 (October 1997): 698-702.

“Women in the Military: Chronology.” Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report 55 (16 August 1997): 1964-1965.

            A chronology of important events involving women in the military from 1948 to 1997.

Yao Yunzhu. “Chinese Women’s Role in the People’s Liberation Army, Part II.” Army Quarterly & Defence Journal 126 (January 1996): 84-87.

Part I was published in the October 1995 issue of Army Quarterly & Defence Journal and outlines “the methods of entry for women into the PLA and the tasks they carry out.”
Zatzick, Douglas F., et al. “Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Functioning and Quality of Life Outcomes in Female Vietnam Veterans.” Military Medicine 162 (October 1997): 661-665.
 
 

VIDEORECORDINGS

Chetwynd, Lionel, et al. Politics and Warriors: Women in the Military. 57 min. Seattle: Whidbey Films, 1999. Videocassette (UB418 .W65P65 1999)
 
Vanocur, Sander, et al. Women in the Army. 28 min. Arlington, VA: Association of the United States Army, 1995. Videocassette (UA25 .A525 no. 14)
 


SELECTED INTERNET SITES

1998 Department of Defense Survey of Health Related Behaviors among Military Personnel

<http://www.tricare.osd.mil/analysis/surveys/98survey/survey.html>. Accessed 23 June 2000.

Survey conducted by the Research Triangle Institute under the sponsorship of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs). “Section 9.1: Gender-Specific Health Issues.”
Assignment Policy for Women in the Military

http://dticaw.dtic.mil/prhome/assignpo.html>.  Accessed 23 June 2000.

Committee on Women in the NATO Forces – Report 1999

<http://www.nato.int/docu/facts/cwinf.htm.>. Accessed 23 June 2000.

Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services (DACOWITS)

<http://www.dtic.mil/dacowits/>. Accessed 23 June 2000.

Established by the Secretary of Defense in 1951, DACOWITS provides “the Secretary of Defense and the Service’s leadership with advice, assistance and recommendations about women in the Services and Their effective utilization.”
Department of Defense 1995 Sexual Harassment Study

<http://www.defenselink.mil/news/fact_sheets/sxhas95.html>. Accessed 23 June 2000.


                    Summary of the 1995 study.

The Military “Glass Ceiling <http://www.gendergap.com/military/Glasceil.htm>. Accessed 23 June 2000.

Active duty military personnel by grade/rank and gender 1997 and 1995.

Military Women Home Page <http://www.militarywoman.org/homepage.htm>. Accessed 26 June 2000.

“…A meeting place for military women to exchange information unique to their military experience and to offer firsthand information to women thinking about a military career.”
The MINERVA Center, Inc. <http://www.minervacenter.com/>. Accessed 26 June 2000.

“A nonprofit educational foundation supporting study of women in war & women and the military.”

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