The American Soldier: Adjustment During Army Life


Studies in Social Psychology in World War II Volume 1

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Based on the work of the Research Branch of the Information and Education Division of the War Department, this volume describes studies of soldiers’ attitudes as related to their general problems of personal adjustment in the institutionalized life of the Army. Titles of the 10 chapters are (1) how these volumes came to be produced, (2) the old Army and the new, (3) how personal adjustment varied in the Army—preliminary considerations, (4) how personal adjustment varied in the Army—by background characteristics, (5) how personal adjustment varied in the Army—by type of experience in the Army, (6) social mobility in the Army, (7) job assignment and job satisfaction, (8) attitudes toward leadership and social control, (9) the orientation of soldiers toward the war, and (10) Negro soldiers.

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Dimensions: 6 ½” x 9 ½” x 2” inches Weight: 2 pounds

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