RCAS (Reserve Component Attitude Study) (Wave IV)) 1981 Call Record Analysis. Volume 3.
ASSOCIATES FOR RESEARCH IN BEHAVIOR INC PHILADELPHIA PA
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The Reserve Component Attitude Study RCAS is an annual series from 1978 to 1982 surveying the propensity of men and women to enlist in the Selected Reserve Forces GuardReserve. The study is conducted through a random digit dialing telephone survey of the NPS respondents. The veterans sample was selected from listings provided by the Department of Defense. In 1983 RCAS underwent a reconfiguration and was renamed Veterans Attitude Tracking Study VATS. The purpose of RCAS is to discover issues relevant to enhancing the number and quality of those enlisting in National Guard and Reserve Forces. Data was collected to determine individuals reasons for wanting to enlist in the GuardReserve from samples of Prior Service PS men and women and Non-prior NPS service men and women. Individuals sampled were divided into categories of those with a negative propensity to enlist and those with a positive propensity to enlist. RCAS 1981 data were collected in the Fall of 1981 from a nationally represented sample of 1,181 NPS males and 1,096 NPS females ages 17 to 26 and from 1,812 PS males and 572 PS females recently separated from the Active Forces. Author.
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