Accession Number : ADA017577

Title :   A Study of Department of Defense Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Programs. Volume II. Findings, Conclusions and Recommendations. Part A. Introduction. Part B. Program Administration.

Descriptive Note : Comprehensive rept.,


Personal Author(s) : Biegel,Mark M. ; Holcomb,James F.

Report Date : JAN 1975

Pagination or Media Count : 240

Abstract : Volume II represents the culmination of the study of the drug abuse prevention and control program in the Department of Defense. The purpose statements which formed the framework of this study were translated into hypotheses, questions on the instruments (interviews, questionnaires, observation guides, and statistical forms) and plans for analyzing the data. Data were gathered in accordance with these. Volume II has been divided into four parts. The document includes an introduction (Part A) and the findings, conclusions, and recommendations relevant to the administration component of drug programs (Part B).

Descriptors :   *Drug abuse, *Military personnel, *Military planning, Surveys, Behavior, Management, Background, Army personnel, Naval personnel, Air Force personnel, Marine Corps personnel, Statistical distributions, Drugs, Effectiveness, Leadership, Correlation techniques, Policies, Attitudes(Psychology), Treatment, Cooperation, Department of Defense

Subject Categories : Sociology and Law
      Personnel Management and Labor Relations

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE