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The hidden curriculum in military schools
 
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Dr. Franjo Tuđman Croatian Defence Academy Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences 256b Ilica Street 10000 Zagreb Croatia
Publication date: 2021-03-25
 
Security and Defence Quarterly 2015;6(1):89–104
 
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Military education, as an integral and inseparable part of building the army as an institution, is changing its identity and tends to be becoming a place of development, changes, scientific research, quality teaching and education. Adoption of the National Curriculum Framework is creating conditions for these changes. Introduction of the military schools curriculum will inevitably lead to the hidden curriculum. In adult education (andragogy), the hidden curriculum appears in a more vigorous and influential form. The ability to function and the high reliability of the military system are based on hierarchy in which the formation of will is carried out from top downwards. The most prominent factors are command, obedience and reporting. In such an environment, we recognise the positive and negative effects of the hidden curriculum in Croatian military schools.
 
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