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James Krueger: "Missing Voices"

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Dr. James Krueger kicks off the 2011 Dean's Symposium series for the College of Letters and Science. His presentation is titled “Missing Voices: Understanding Group Identity and War Attitudes Among Service-Connected Civilians."
James Krueger: "Missing Voices"

James Krueger



Understanding Group Identity and War Attitudes Among Service-Connected Civilians

Dr. James Krueger from the Department of Political Science shares his research at the first Fall 2011 Dean's Symposium at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. His presentation examines attitudinal differences among civilians with and without a familial connection to the U.S. military.  Differential support for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are used as evidence of an evolving group identity for these military families which is distinct from purely civilian families.  Dr. Krueger also discusses the implications of this new identity for public opinion on other military as well as explicitly non-military issues.

Here is a copy of his slide presentation in PDF format.

Fall 2011 Dean Symposium: James Krueger "Missing Voices" (pdf)

The following is Dr. Krueger's (audio-only) presentation. 

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Photo credit: Shawn McAfee of the University's Learning Technologies.

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