Ethical Pitfalls of Female Engagement in Conflict Zones - Today's episode features the academic work of our own Pete A Turner. Pete co-authored a peer-reviewed article with Dr Richard Ledet and Sharon Emiegh titled Recognizing the Ethical Pitfalls of Female Engagement in Conflict Zones published in the Journal of Military Ethics.
Today's episode is hosted by Best-Selling author Scott Huesing. Scott runs the fellas through the paper's pitfalls and gets into how we might solve this problem.
We leaned on the Well Pod's style of editing in this show since we had to fit an hour-long show into a 45min production period.
Hat Tip to Anson Mount and Branan Edgens for the inspiration.
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Wanted to Mention Will Hardy and Bill Mankins as well. Their work is top-notch and are part of the greater body of work being done in this vein of combat work.
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