Subgroup Differences in Military-Related Perceptions and Attitudes. Implications for ROTC Recruitment

@inproceedings{Armstrong1979SubgroupDI,
  title={Subgroup Differences in Military-Related Perceptions and Attitudes. Implications for ROTC Recruitment},
  author={Terry R. Armstrong and William S. Farrell and Josefina Jayme Card},
  year={1979}
}
Abstract : A survey of 931 freshman and sophomore ROTC cadets and non-cadet students was conducted to provide (a) input to a national advertising campaign for ROTC, and (b) information to ROTC regional commands and Professors of Military Science. Data were cross tabulated according to ROTC membership, race, and sex. Subgroups were quite similar except in family income and type of home community. White non-ROTC students reported the highest family income, and black ROTC cadets the lowest. The… CONTINUE READING