Examining the Importance of Organizational Supports on Family Adjustment to Army Life in a Period of Increasing Separation
Rohall, David E; Segal, Mady Wechsler; Segal, David R, Journal of Political and Military Sociology
EXAMINING THE IMPORTANCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORTS ON FAMILY ADJUSTMENT TO ARMY LIFE IN A PERIOD OF INCREASING SEPARATION1
Journal of Political and Military Sociology 1999, Vol. 27 No. I (Summer): 4965
Though the United States has been down-sizing its military forces since the end of the Cold War, the Army has been called on to fulfill a wider range of missions than in the past. As a result, soldiers and their families are being asked to separate more often. This study compared two PATRIOT missile battalion units deployed to South Korea to perform the same mission. Younger, lower ranking soldiers in both units reported lower family adjustment than older, higher ranking …
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Publication information: Article title: Examining the Importance of Organizational Supports on Family Adjustment to Army Life in a Period of Increasing Separation. Contributors: Rohall, David E; Segal, Mady Wechsler; Segal, David R - Author. Journal title: Journal of Political and Military Sociology. Volume: 27. Issue: 1 Publication date: Summer 1999. Page number: 49+. © Dr. George Kourvetaris Winter 1996. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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