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perspective of current military operations, research shows that when military role identity is combined with the performance of tasks during deployment, it is, for example, related to gender, age, organizational commitment, organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) and role strain ( Broesder 2011 ; Broesder and Op den Buijs 2015 ). For example, soldiers with different backgrounds (gender and age) identify, to the same extent, with the peacekeeper role, while the extent to which soldiers identify with the warrior role varies with the nature of dominant tasks (being part of

system in an historical perspective. In Stein, H., Ajakaiye, O. and Lewis, P. (eds.) The banking crisis in Nigeria: A comparative study. Hampshire: Palgrave Publishers. pp. 53-71. Alli, Y., 2009, August 19. EFCC arrests three ex-bank CEOs, nine others: Akingbola begins legal battle. The Nation Newspaper (Lagos). pp. 1-2. Anis, A., Kashif-ur-Rehman, Ijaz-ur-Rehman, Khan, M. A. and A. A. Humayoun 2011. Impact of organizational commitment on job satisfaction and employee retention in pharmaceutical industry. African Journal of Business Management. Vol. 5 (17), pp

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