By Harrell, Margaret C. Has opening new skills and units been enough to create equal opportunities for women in the US military? This work assesses the status of gender representation in US military occupations newly opened to women, focusing on specific issues for 10 selected occupations.
Provides an annotated version of a short course on qualitative research methods. The course includes an overview of semi-structured interviews and focus groups, two techniques that are commonly used in policy research and applicable to many research questions. An examination of the US Navy's requirements and inventory of its officer corps. It analyses changes in authorizations and inventory, compares authorizations and inventory and potential gaps in costs related to them, and estimates personnel requirements for the years and Researchers interviewed member companies participating in the , Jobs Mission to capture lessons and experiences and to identify further improvements to veteran employment opportunities.
Adverse and reportable information must be considered at the time of assignments, promotions, and retirements of senior military officers. This monograph documents current policies and practices for identifying and considering such information, identifies potential gaps in these Use of the Reserve Component has steadily increased since the s, but little research has focused on how deployment affects guard and reserve families. This monograph presents the results of interviews with reserve component personnel and spouses, focusing on their deployment An analysis of whether the Department of Defense manpower, resources, and personnel systems are aligned to provide the personnel inventory necessary to meet changing military readiness and operational requirements effectively and efficiently.
As a lead-in to this study, the Joint Officer Management Census survey polled officers serving in billets. Are there feasible alternatives to the present up-or-out policy for U. RAND considered a range of substitutes for, or modifications of, the existing policy and recommends that the Department of Defense implement four demonstration projects to establish the re Subscribe now to be the first to hear about specials and upcoming releases.
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Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information Military manpower policy is often crafted by policymakers without an in-depth understanding of the life experiences and views of junior enlisted personnel. It is plausible to expect that some policymakers attribute the attitudes and experiences of these young soldiers to such features as youth or lack of an advanced education and may thus believe themselves able to empathize with this population group by recalling their own parallel life experiences. However, this approach oversimplifies the life experiences of these families and neglects the reality that most policymakers and professional managers have never experienced the compendium of problems these couples face, such as youth, lack of education, financial difficulties, emotional and physical distance from extended family, and invisibility in a large bureaucracy.
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At the center of this book are the personal stories of three junior enlisted spouses, told in their own voices and selected to emphasize the dilemmas numerous enlisted families face. The stories provide insight into the experiences and attitudes of other junior enlisted families. Those interested or involved in the military, or those who live a military lifestyle -- at any pay grade -- will find these stories both useful and engaging.
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A compilation of extensive research and an excellent sociological study Anyone in the military, especially those in positions of authority, will find Invisible Women a useful tool. Military leaders can take a glimpse into the personal lives of their troops, seeing just how they have to struggle and how families are impacted.
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They will find the women in the book both depict and challenge the stereotypes. While the military doesn't 'issue' spouses, it's important to recognize spouses as a part of the military even if they don't wear the uniform. Invisible Women reaffirms that. Holly Fisher.
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