Table of contents for Honor betrayed : sexual abuse in America's military / Mic Hunter.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Acknowledgments
Preface
Section I: Why It Happens
1. Incentives for Enlisting 
2. The Military Culture
3. "A Band Of Brothers"¿The Code of Hyper-Masculinity
4. Hazing¿"What Goes Around Comes Around"
5. Prostitution¿The Necessary Evil?
6. A Man's Home Is His Castle¿The Acceptance of Domestic Violence
7. When Janie Comes Marching Home Again¿Women in the Military 
8. The Fag Of War¿Homophobia in the Military 
9. Déjà Vu¿Characteristics Found Both in Abusive Families and in the Military
 10. "Can't Ya Take A Joke?"¿Sexual Harassment 
11. Sexual Assault Within the Ranks
12. The Impact of Sexual Abuse
13. Factors That Affect the Impact of Sexual Abuse
14. The Offender Mentality
15. The Impact of Sexual Abuse on the Military as a Whole
16. The Times, They Are A-Changing
17. What the Military Can Do To Reduce Sexual Abuse and Secondary Victimization
18. Final Thoughts
Section II: How It Happens¿Personal Stories Of Sexual Abuse
Introduction 
Survivor Psalm, Frank Ochberg, MD
About the Contributors.
The Stories
End Notes
Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Armed Forces -- Women.
Gays in the military -- United States.
Sexual abuse victims -- United States.