FULLY WARRIOR: Cooperative Unity
Boston University School of Theology
2006 5 (1) Tamara: Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry
Before delving into the issue of women in combat which this essay is about, I would like to first name my social location. I am a young, middle-class, heterosexual, Greek-Hispanic, educated female and disabled veteran. Having served six years in the Army National Guard, I acknowledge both the contributions I can offer and the limitations I have when engaging in this particular topic. With that said, I would like to offer the following to my reader: what I write is written with my voice and my particular experiences in mind. I use a combination of rational theory, emotions, rhetoric, my lived experiences, and a particular theological perspective to compose this essay. I do not claim to be objective, nor do I consider this a flaw on my part. I believe it is not possible for any author to be fully objective on any subject matter, no matter how much an author might claim to be. We all hold particular political interests informed by our culture and environment which subconsciously and consciously operate through our language and actions.
Hope, Angela (2006). FULLY WARRIOR: Cooperative Unity. (2006). FULLY WARRIOR: Cooperative Unity. Tamara: Journal For Critical Organization Inquiry, 5(1), 24-38. (Original work published 2006)
Hope, Angela. „Fully Warrior: Cooperative Unity”. 2006. Tamara: Journal For Critical Organization Inquiry, t. 5, nr 1, 2006, ss. 24-38.
Hope, Angela. „Fully Warrior: Cooperative Unity”. Tamara: Journal For Critical Organization Inquiry, Tamara: Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry, 5, nr 1 (2006): 24-38.