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A study on Strategy for Constructing Military Disciplines in Republic of China (Taiwan)
National Defense University
The purpose of this paper is to clarify of the scope and the category of military disciplines, analyze to the present situation of military discipline development in Taiwan, and suggest strategy for constructing military to discipline policy-makers. The major findings of this paper are as follows: The definitions of military disciplines should have two kinds: the broad sense and the narrow one. So-called military disciplines in the broad sense refer to the study of war knowledge system, which would change, permeate, and expand, when science and technology were improved. In the narrow sense, military disciplines refer to the study the combat knowledge system, namely the military sciences. The level for inquiring military disciplines will not change according to the evolution. The construction of military disciplines has many limits, so government should play the leading role. Both civil servants and scholars must positively participate in order to promote this idea besides officers. In ancient times, the military disciplines study were the accumulation of experience and whose variables were simple. Its process was from practices to the theory. In modern ages, with the help of artificial wisdoms and the computer assistance, there are more abilities to control the variables, make more precise predictions, and increase the processes of putting theory into practice. Nowadays, because of international Military interchanges, military disciplines had become more abundant and plentiful. The establishment of military sciences is similar to that of educational sciences, in the initial period divided disciplines will progress and be classified according to the present knowledge framework, when it matures, it will form a system of military disciplines. The system of military disciplines should be constructed under the following necessary conditions: having teachers with he professional military education, providing master and/or doctorate degree programs, having profession units which are dedicated to the research and development of Military Disciplines, publishing professional periodicals, forming the professional society or study groups, providing the professional curriculum in civil and military university, and being supported by the high level officers sterilely as well as. The division of labor is as follows: academic degrees of military disciplines should be accredited by Ministry of National Defense and the Ministry of Education, or the related educational organizations authoring by the Ministry of Education. The National Defense University should take the certain responsibility to promote the research and development of military disciplines; as to the practical work, it should be undertaken by those specialized military colleges and national defense education departments in each civil university. Higher degrees in Military Disciplines could be granted by those specific institutions above-mentioned. Although the research and development of military disciplines depend on those universities, the strategy for developing military disciplines should take the bottom-up one, not the top-down one. The necessary supports for promoting the military disciplines are obvious insufficient. Those colleges or universities should design the developing plans, strive for budgets, set up a self-evaluation mechanics and realize it. The majority of participants of this survey have the willingness to take part in the construction of military disciplines, hope a good working environment, obtain the encouragements from the senior officers and are supported by the continuing policy, the determinations and the motivation and the financial support as well.
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