Militarization of schools, counter-recruitment, community organizing, tactics, strategies, militarism
In an effort to counteract the growing militarization of schools, military counter-recruitment (CR) has emerged as an effective grassroots movement across the United States. Led by a small number of local activists, CR utilizes community organizing methods to confront the structures supporting military enlistment as a viable career option. Despite operating with limited resources, counter-recruitment has secured key legal and policy victories that challenge the dominant social narrative about military service. Three examples of counterrecruitment are profiled to illustrate the different tactics and strategies used for successful organizing within a culture of militarism.
Harding, Scott and Kershner, Seth
""Just say No": Organizing Against Militarism in Public Schools,"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 38
, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jssw/vol38/iss2/6
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