A Pilot Report on Women's Assessment of Their Military Careers
Final rept. 18 Jul-28 Aug 1988
SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIV DALLAS TX DEPT OF ANTHROPOLOGY
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Twenty-four Black, Anglo, and Hispanic women from the U.S. Army, Navy, and Air Force review in depth their military careers from enlistment to present activities and future goals. The research identifies and reconstructs the evolution of particular themes that shape performance and expectations within the military. Respondents reveal themselves as more consistently united as women than separated by ethnicity in their reactions to military life. Keywords Equal opportunity Women Occupation Career Gender Race Ethnic group Performance Job satisfactions Organizational effectiveness.