answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

The modern use of the term "conscription" usually refers to mandatory military service. Beyond the discipline and commitment that is taught in the military, it also provides a method to guarantee adequate military forces in time of war.

Addition:From a sociologist's or political scientist's viewpoint, mass conscription is also what could be described as a "team building" exercise. That is, mass conscription is a very socialist concept, where all members of society are brought together (regardless of prior wealth or social station) under the same set of rules and conditions. This leads to a very well-developed sense of shared experience, which can be the foundation for a solid sense of national image and identity. That is, conscription can be used to unify a nation, as the conscripts generally develop a sense of appreciation for all the other members of society (after all, they're all being abused by the same military, so they naturally pull together and form strong interpersonal bonds).

This is one of the major advantages that proponents of peacetime draft / conscription / national service advance. That is, conscription can help reduce conflicts due to regionalism, language, race, ethnicity, class, or wealth by forcing all members of society to participate, relate, and work together.

User Avatar

Wiki User

โˆ™ 2011-09-30 20:53:04
This answer is:
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
User Avatar
Study guides
๐Ÿ““
See all Study Guides
โœ๏ธ
Create a Study Guide

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: What are some advantages of conscription?
Write your answer...
Submit
Related questions

Advantages of conscription?

Through conscription, your armed forces would obtain far times many more men than in a volunteer service, as you are forced to join through a conscription.


What is conscription what is another word for it?

conscription means murder and rape and another name for conscription is bob


What are the arguments for and against conscription and censorship?

the arguments for conscription are that if there was no conscription we would not have enough soldiers therefore we would all die..but with conscription there are people that have to go and help.


When was conscription implemented in World War 2?

The dates of introduction varied from country to country. Germany reintroduced conscription in 1935 and Britain in April 1939, for example. Some countries, such as France, had conscription throughout the inter-war period.


What happens conscription?

conscription is drafting or when you have to serve in war


Who opposed conscription?

French canadians opposed conscription.


What were some of the reasons they disagreed during Vietnam war?

Military conscription.


Why was conscription started?

The government started conscription in ww2 anyway.


Which groups were for and against conscription in Australia?

I only know the group which was against conscription and that was theAnglicanchurch and it showed a large percent of them votes no for conscription.


When has the US used conscription?

The us used conscription in 1940-1973.


What is unlock code for alien shooter conscription?

alien shooter conscription


Where was conscription?

Conscription is the required service of citizens in the military. It is often called the draft. Several nations still have conscription such as South Korea and Thailand.


What Conscription is?

Conscription is the forced enlistment of citizens of a country to fight for their country.In Britain and some other countries conscription means compulsory military service. In the U.S. it's called the draft.


When did conscription end after World War 1?

In England, WW1 conscription ended in 1919. For twenty years, there after that, there was no conscription in Britain. In 1939, conscription for World War II began, and did not end until the mid-1960's.


What effect did conscription have on Australian familles?

Conscription deeply divided Australia in the early 1900's. Many families (and citizens for that matter) did not agree with boyhood conscription, so an opposition was formed. Conscription is no longer practiced in Australia.


How do you use conscription in a sentence?

Conscription is now being dropped in many countries.


What are examples of conscription?

conscription program in the united states was known colloquially as "the draft"


How did conscription affect the Civil War?

Conscription, also known as the draft, affected the Civil War in different ways. Since the conscription was new in this time, there were some flaws in their system which made it unfair to some. The conscription immediately led to riots and fear. Most of the riots had happened because the wealthy were able to pay to be exempt from the draft. Overall, the initial conscription of the Civil War itself was not very successful or liked because of how much conflict and pressure it put on the people's shoulders. However, war wise, it gave each side more men to fight with.


What is conscription?

Conscription is the forced enlistment of citizens of a country to fight for their country.In Britain and some other countries conscription means compulsory military service. In the U.S. it's called the draft.


How can you avoid conscription?

Flee.


Why was conscription introduced in 1916?

they introduced conscription in order to win the war on the Western front


What was a major event caused by Irish conscription in the civil war?

The anti-conscription riots.


What date did Hitler introduce conscription in Germany?

Hitler introduced conscription in the year 1935 !


When did gough whitlam end conscription?

The Australian draft (conscription) ended in December 1972.


Which Prime Minister of Canada stated not necessarily conscription but conscription if necessary?

Mackenzie King