Journal of Veterans Studies
veterans, veteran research, veteran studies, interdisciplinary research, thematic analysis, literature review
Military and Veterans Studies | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration
New areas of research on veterans are emerging as the field of veterans studies develops and grows. Yet gaps remain in interdisciplinary research efforts on veterans. The research available across disciplines is still too fragmented to coalesce into a full-fledged field of veteran studies, as other categorical, area, and identity fields of study have done so. By surveying research literature of multiple disciplines used in the curricula of higher education-level veteran study programs, this article presents a thematic and integrative review of the state of research contributing to the growing field of veterans studies. Discussion follows about research emerging from within contributing disciplines, the themes across disciplines, and comments on the need for further research as the field of veterans studies continues to mature.
Leonard Lira and Janani Chandrasekar. "The State of Research in Veterans Studies: A Systematic Literature Review" Journal of Veterans Studies (2020): 46-65. https://doi.org/10.21061/jvs.v6i2.191