Place, Space and Identity: The Manifold Experience of Transition In and After the Military
AffiliationSheffield Hallam University; University of Chester; Liverpool John Moores University
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AbstractThis special edition of Illness, Crisis and Loss brings together established authors in the field of military and post-military life. It is an invitation to readers to critically consider the experience of those serving in the military, and what post-military life ca look like. Each article encourages readers to develop an intellectual awareness of significant issues facing those who serve in the military, and their careers and identity afterwards. Each taking particular themes as their focus, they provide a rigorously informed critical investigation of military and post-military life. Readers of these articles will be provided with a rich, social theory-informed, approach to military and veteran studies. Transition within and out of the military institution is a substantive focus. In the reader’s engagement with each article, we encourage them to think about how and where transition occurs. What places does it take place in? What spaces does it change or create, and how are identities formed, reimagined, or recrafted by the self or others.
CitationAlbertson, K., Taylor, P., & Murray, E. (2019). SPECIAL ISSUE EDITORIAL: Place, Space and Identity: The Manifold Experience of Transition In and After the Military. Illness, Crisis & Loss, 27(4)
JournalIllness, Crisis & Loss
DescriptionGuest editor's editorial introduction to a four-article special edition of the journal. Albertson, K., Taylor, P., & Murray, E., Place, Space and Identity: The Manifold Experience of Transition In and After the Military, Illness, Crisis & Loss (27(4)). Copyright © 2019 SAGE. Reprinted by permission of SAGE Publications.
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