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Salient Mainstream and Hispanic Values in a Navy Training Environment: An Anthropological Description.
Interim Technical rept.,
ILLINOIS UNIV AT URBANA DEPT OF PSYCHOLOGY
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This report summarizes observations, interviews, and analyses compiled during the anthropological study of the recruit training process of the Recruit Training Command, U.S. Navy Training Center, San Diego, California. This research is a segment of a larger project designed to attain a combined anthropological and psychological understanding of Hispanic cultures of North America, Generally the research focuses on Hispanic perceptions of, and performances within, various Anglo-dominated organizational environments. More specifically this study examines the behavior and experience of Hispanic recruits in the U.S. Navy.
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