Create Compliance and Cohesion : How Rebel Organizations Manage to Survive

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HAER, Roos, Lilli BANHOLZER, Verena ERTL, 2011. Create Compliance and Cohesion : How Rebel Organizations Manage to Survive. In: Small Wars & Insurgencies. 22(3), pp. 415-434. ISSN 0959-2318. eISSN 1743-9558. Available under: doi: 10.1080/09592318.2011.581477

@article{Haer2011Creat-26344, title={Create Compliance and Cohesion : How Rebel Organizations Manage to Survive}, year={2011}, doi={10.1080/09592318.2011.581477}, number={3}, volume={22}, issn={0959-2318}, journal={Small Wars & Insurgencies}, pages={415--434}, author={Haer, Roos and Banholzer, Lilli and Ertl, Verena} }

Haer, Roos Haer, Roos Create Compliance and Cohesion : How Rebel Organizations Manage to Survive Small Wars & Insurgencies ; 22 (2011), 3. - S. 415-434 2011 2014-02-27T12:54:17Z Ertl, Verena Established conflict theories focus on the role of incentives in the decision to join, stay, or leave an insurgency. These theories, however, disregard the pressure that an organization can impose on its members. Similar to legal organizations, we assert that a rebel organization can sustain itself by effective human resource management. Using narratives resulting from psychological trauma therapy of former combatants of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), these management strategies are examined. The analysis shows that the LRA sustains itself in the first place by the use of brute force. However, they also manage themselves by a careful selection process of their fighters, by the conscious creation of social control, and by offering their members an alternative social network in which promotion and compensation play a role. eng Banholzer, Lilli 2014-02-27T12:54:17Z Banholzer, Lilli deposit-license Ertl, Verena

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