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Author Keller, Kirsten M.

Title Hazing in the U.S. Armed Forces : recommendations for hazing prevention policy and practice / Kirsten M. Keller, Miriam Matthews, Kimberly Curry Hall, William Marcellino, Jacqueline A. Mauro, Nelson Lim.

Publication Info. Santa Monica, CA : RAND, [2015]

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Contents Ch. 1. Introduction -- ch. 2. Defining hazing -- ch. 3. The effects of and motivations for hazing -- ch. 4. Preventing and responding to hazing in the Armed Forces -- ch. 5. Understanding the prevalance and characteristics of hazing incidents -- ch. 6. Conclusions and recommendations -- Appendix A. Overview of study methodology -- Appendix B.A case study in hazing reform -- Appendix C. Coding of service-level hazing prevention training and education.
Preface -- Summary -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations -- Chapter One: Introduction -- Chapter Two: Defining Hazing -- Chapter Three: The Effects of and Motivations for Hazing -- Chapter Four: Preventing and Responding to Hazing in the Armed Forces -- Chapter Five: Understanding the Prevalance and Characteristics of Hazing Incidents -- Chapter Six: Conclusions and Recommendations -- Appendixes: A. Overview of Study Methodology -- B.A Case Study in Hazing Reform -- C. Coding of Service-Level Hazing Prevention Training and Education -- References.
Summary "Initiation activities have long been part of U.S. military culture as a way to mark significant transitions, status changes, and group membership. However, along with these activities have often come acts of hazing, in which individuals were subjected to abusive and harmful treatment that went beyond sanctioned ceremonies. In recent years, extreme cases of alleged hazing have led to the high-profile deaths of several service members, resulting in renewed interest from the public and Congress in seeing these hazing rituals eliminated from military culture. The Department of Defense (DoD) asked RAND to examine and provide recommendations on current hazing policy and practices across the services. To do so, the researchers examined current DoD and service-specific policy, practices, and data collection related to hazing; reviewed the scientific literature and interviewed leading experts in the field; and reviewed existing DoD incident tracking databases. This report addresses ways to improve the armed forces' definition of hazing, the effects of and motivations for hazing, how the armed forces can prevent and respond to hazing, and how the armed forces can improve the tracking of hazing incidents"--Publisher's description.
Subject United States -- Armed Forces -- Military life.
Bullying -- United States.
Hazing -- Government policy -- United States.
Military offenses -- United States.
Soldiers -- United States -- Social conditions.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Workplace Culture.
HISTORY -- Military -- Other.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Military Science.
Armed Forces -- Military life. (OCoLC)fst01351813
Bullying. (OCoLC)fst00841557
Military offenses. (OCoLC)fst01021349
Soldiers -- Social conditions. (OCoLC)fst01125310
United States. (OCoLC)fst01204155
Military Science - General.
Military & Naval Science.
Law, Politics & Government.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Added Title Recommendations for hazing prevention policy and practice
Other Form: Print version: Keller, Kirsten M. Hazing in the U.S. Armed Forces : recommendations for hazing prevention policy and practice. Santa Monica, California : RAND, 2015 xxii, 123 pages 9780833090270
ISBN 9780833090300 (electronic bk.)
0833090305 (electronic bk.)
9780833091055
0833091050
9780833091048
0833091042
9780833090270 (pbk. ; alk. paper)

 
    
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