Evolving Homeland and Civil Security Mission Space and Research a Cross-Disciplinary and Global Challenge
College of Arts & Sciences
Homeland security has evolved from a governmental function to a networked community with shared responsibility for addressing all-hazards challenges to globalized societies, moving from an ‘Americanized’ term to a generic concept. It aims at ensuring civil security – a broader effort not geographically, culturally, or functionally bound. The paradigm of civil security research provides an insightful framework for research and teaching in homeland security as part of a global and holistic effort, calling for a cross-disciplinary perspective.
Journal of Homeland Security Education
Naval Postgraduate School
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Scholarly Commons Citation
Siedschlag, A. (2015). Evolving Homeland and Civil Security Mission Space and Research a Cross-Disciplinary and Global Challenge. Journal of Homeland Security Education, (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/1845
Dr. Siedschlag was not affiliated with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at the time this paper was published.