Accession Number : AD0833682
Title : ATTITUDES AND EXPERIENCES OF NAVAL PERSONNEL RELATING TO CAREER MOTIVATION, EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS, ENLISTED PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SYSTEM, AND UNIFORM PREFERENCES.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.
Corporate Author : NAVAL PERSONNEL PROGRAM SUPPORT ACTIVITY WASHINGTON DC PERSONNEL RESEARCH LAB
Report Date : FEB 1968
Pagination or Media Count : 116
Abstract : The semi-annual Navy Personnel Survey 67-1 was conducted to collect attitudes and opinions regarding various aspects of naval service directly from naval personnel. Information included here is timely and can be useful, not only as a reference tool for management, but as supporting information for proposed legislation or in answer to inquires. Topic areas included in this report are: service experiences and background; career motivation; the enlisted performance evaluation system; voluntary education programs and reenlistment incentives; uniform preference; and a special study of unrestricted line officers. Basic statistical information by pay grade and designator/or rating groups derived from the responses of the world-wide sample of 5.7% of male officers and 2.6% of male enlisted personnel, are furnished. Since the sample pay grade distribution agrees closely with the population distribution with regard to pay grade, the responses can be utilized with reasonable assurance to reflect the actual population. (Author)
Descriptors : (*NAVAL PERSONNEL, ATTITUDES(PSYCHOLOGY)), SOCIOLOGY, MOTIVATION, OFFICER PERSONNEL, MILITARY TRAINING, EDUCATION, CLOTHING, DECISION MAKING, QUESTIONNAIRES, STATISTICAL ANALYSIS.
Subject Categories : Humanities and History
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE