Talk:Social work in the military
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It is unconstitutional to employ military chaplains of certain religious faith groups who do not recognize the civil law granted sexual rights of members of the faith group who are "only" married civilly. Such a U.S. military chaplain by definition serves as an officer of the United States in TWO roles: a religious role and a secular role. Providing secular input (e.g., social work type analysis) to non-chaplain military officials on matters involving religious controversies baits the Constitution. How can a Social Work type analysis pretend to be "Rational Man Behavior Theoretical" when the Faith Group does not recognize sexual rights of members of the Faith Group who are "only" married civilly?
This article does not discuss military/social work links outside of the United states. should it be re-titled social work in the U.S military? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 15:26, 21 October 2009 (UTC)