Knives in schools a reflection of society’s perception of the value of knives and the values of traditional society.」
The authors of the report are students at University of Warwick and the University of Northumbria.
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It comes after UK Defence Secretary Michael Fallon visited the Royal Military College of Scotland last week.
He is on a three-day visit where he will meet Royal Engineers and members of the military who are fighting in Afghanistan, and will raise the issue of cutting-edge defence spendnatyasastra.coming with Nato leaders and business leaders.
Mr Fallon said: 「The military is a vital part of the country’s defence, but cuts to our armed forces are taking a greater and greater toll on the UK, and I’m determined we take decisive action to protect our national security.」
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But Mr Fallon’s speech drew criticism from those who oppose cuts to the armed forces, and suggested there was no place for those who would serve by the front lines.
「We need to take time to reflect. The reality is we can and must continue to make 더킹카지노our forces more mobile and responsive,」 he said.
And he backed calls for a study into the wider impact of cuts to the armed forces.
「What is worrying about this particular issue is that what is done to armed forces, is done to other areas of our society,」 he told BBC Radio 4′더킹카지노s Today programme.
「We want to make sure we don’t undermine the future of young people as they’re getting their first jobs, and I think that can have long-term consequences and we don’t know yet what those are.」
The report said 「increasingly effective」 training methods in the field 「appear to be contributing to an over-reliance on knives, and increasing the perception that this is a more realistic weapon in society」, but the army 「remains slow to adapt」.