Reuven Gal's A Portrait of the Israeli Soldier (Contributions in Women's PDF

By Reuven Gal

ISBN-10: 0313243158

ISBN-13: 9780313243158

No military within the center East has been as written approximately in English as has Israel's, but this publication truly says whatever new. Reuven Gal, former leader psychologist of the IDF, appears on the impacts at the Israeli soldier and their influence at the IDF's functionality. he's in a position to take care of concerns reminiscent of motivation and camaraderie, management and heroism from a human standpoint. . . . an in depth meeting of knowledge reminiscent of this one is welcome, and the sociological-psychological jargon is saved at a minimal. this is often neither hagiography nor psychobabble, and it encompasses a good deal of aspect. Middle East Journal

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