The Gender Gap and National Security in the United States: Dynamics and Correlates of Public Opinion on Defense Spending and the Use of Military Force.

Eichenberg, Richard C., 1952-
2002

Once again the United States face the questions of how much and how long the public will support the use of military force. Although there has been much speculation on this score in recent popular accounts, the scholarly literature converges on at least three key research findings. First, there appears to be no blanket public opposition to the use of military force since the Vietnam War, as is oft... read more

Subjects
War--Public opinion.
Public opinion--United States.
Sex role--Political aspects.
United States--Military policy--Public opinion.
Tufts University. Department of Political Science.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/009051
Original publication
Eichenberg, Richard C. "The Gender Gap and National Security in the United States: Dynamics and Correlates of Public Opinion on Defense Spending and the Use of Military Force." Paper presented at the Convention of the International Studies Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 24, 2002 [Revised].
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