Who Chooses Military Service? Correlates of Propensity and Enlistment in the U.S. Armed Forces

@article{Bachman2000WhoCM,
  title={Who Chooses Military Service? Correlates of Propensity and Enlistment in the U.S. Armed Forces},
  author={J. Bachman and D. Segal and P. Freedman-Doan and P. O'Malley},
  journal={Military Psychology},
  year={2000},
  volume={12},
  pages={1 - 30}
}
  • J. Bachman, D. Segal, +1 author P. O'Malley
  • Published 2000
  • Psychology
  • Military Psychology
  • This article examines factors correlated with plans for military service (military propensity) and actual enlistment. It reports bivariate and multivariate regression analyses, conducted separately for men and women, using survey data from nationwide samples totaling more than 100,000 U.S. high school seniors (classes of 1984–1991), and follow-up data from a subsample of more than 15,000 of the high school seniors obtained 1 or 2 years after graduation. Correlations between propensity and… CONTINUE READING
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