A New Approach to Social Adaptation of Decommissioned Servicemen and Their Families

The 20th International Conference, The Knowledge-Based Organization, Economic, Social and Administrative Approaches to the Knowledge-Based Organization 12-14 June 2014

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Venelin Terziev

Vasil Levski National Military University; University of Ruse

Sevdalina Dimitrova

Vasil Levski National Military University

Date Written: 2014

Abstract

Scientific inquiries in this research report are directed towards defensibility of the idea for seeking a new approach to social adaptation of servicemen released from military service, to those transferred into the reserves from active duty and their families through the introduction of socio-pedagogical component in the process of their retraining and transition to civilian life. In line with this, the emphasis is on target and instrumental aspects associated with the process of social adaptation, and on this basis - rationalization of management decisions concerning enhancement of competitiveness of the military transferred into reserves and maximum realization of their intellectual and practical potential.

Keywords: social adaptation, decommissioned servicemen, management decisions

JEL Classification: J48; J49

Suggested Citation

Terziev, Venelin and Dimitrova, Sevdalina, A New Approach to Social Adaptation of Decommissioned Servicemen and Their Families (2014). The 20th International Conference, The Knowledge-Based Organization, Economic, Social and Administrative Approaches to the Knowledge-Based Organization 12-14 June 2014. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3013262 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3013262

Venelin Terziev (Contact Author)

Vasil Levski National Military University ( email )

Veliko Tarnovo
Bulgaria
0035982820982 (Phone)

University of Ruse ( email )

8 Studentska Street
Ruse, 7017
Bulgaria

Sevdalina Dimitrova

Vasil Levski National Military University ( email )

Veliko Tarnovo
Bulgaria

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