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Minority and Gender Differences in Officer Career Progression (2001)

by Peter Tiemeyer

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Published by RAND Corporation .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gender studies,
  • Military life & institutions,
  • Multicultural studies,
  • Politics - Current Events,
  • Minorities,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Sociology,
  • United States,
  • Careers - Other Specific Fields,
  • Government - U.S. Government,
  • Political Freedom & Security - International Secur,
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Armed Forces,
  • Officers

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages186
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8188172M
    ISBN 100833028766
    ISBN 109780833028761

    Minority and gender differences in officer career progression / "Prepared for the Office of the Secretary of Defense." "National Defense Research Institute." Includes bibliographical references (p. . social partners regarding gender and career development. The study finds that although careers are changing in most countries, the nature of this change is best described as a gradual erosion of traditional work patterns, rather than a transformation which is likely to improve opportunities for women. Gender segregation remains a significant File Size: KB.

    Examined nuances of career progression by observing gender within race/ethnic group. • A variety of individual and organizational factors helped and hindered advancement. • Gender and racial or ethnic biases and stereotypes permeated most of the factors. • IT culture and organization practices and policies create substantial by: 6. In “The Meritocracy Myth: Challenges to Army Officer Corps Diversity,” Michael Hosie and Kaytlynn Griswold argue that improving the diversity of senior officers in the U.S. Army will take more than current efforts to expand combat arms opportunities to racial and gender minorities, citing a wide range of evidence from the social sciences and psychology.

    Unfortunately, those opportunities for career progression aren't enjoyed equally for men and women. In a survey of full-time employees, we asked whether they felt they had any opportunities for career growth at their current job. Here are the results: Women feel as though they have significantly fewer opportunities for career progression. Looking for a book? Search. Free Downloads Susan D Hosek Books. Showing 1 to 17 of 17 results. Minority and Gender Differences in Officer Career Progression. ISBN Download Minority and Gender Differences in Officer Career Progression by Peter Tiemeyer.


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Minority and Gender Differences in Officer Career Progression (2001) by Peter Tiemeyer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Minority and Gender Differences in Officer Career Progression. by Susan D. Hosek, Peter Tiemeyer, M. Rebecca Kilburn, Debra A. Strong, Selika Ducksworth, Reginald Ray.

Related Topics: Military Force Planning, Minority Populations, National Security and Terrorism; CitationCited by: A New Look at Gender and Minority Differences in Officer Career Progression in the Military. by Beth J. Asch, Trey Miller, Alessandro Malchiodi.

Related Topics: Gender Equity in the Workplace, Military Career Field Management, Military Officers, Military Personnel Retention, Minority Populations, Workforce Diversity, Workforce Management Cited by: 8. Get this from a library.

Minority and gender differences in officer career progression. [Susan D Hosek; United States. Department of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense.; National Defense Research Institute (U.S.);] -- Since the military draft ended innewly commissioned officers have included increasing numbers of minorities and women.

This study looks at the effects of minority backgrounds and gender differences in officer's career progression. Since the military draft ended innewly commissioned officers have included increasing numbers of minorities and s: 0. This report documents research on the career progression of the dif-ferentminority and gender groups in the officer corps.

The research,which was conducted incontributed to a Department ofDefense (DoD) study of equal opportunity in the officer ore, the officer management policies and procedures de-scribedin this report are the ones that were in place at the time Cited by: Explores equality beginning with President Truman’s executive order requiring equality of treatment and opportunity for all persons in the armed services.

Minority and gender differences in officer career progression. Creator: Susan D. Hosek [and others]. Since the military draft ended innewly commissioned officers have included increasing numbers of minorities and women.

: A New Look at Gender and Minority Differences in Officer Career Progression in the Military (): Asch, Beth J.: BooksCited by: 8. Get this from a library. A new look at gender and minority differences in officer career progression in the military.

[Beth J Asch; Trey Miller; Andrea Malchiodi; National Defense Research Institute (U.S.)] -- Data and methods -- Minority and gender differences in career progression -- Female officer career progression in restricted occupations xvi -- Unanswered questions -- Acknowledgments.

Minority and Gender Differences in Officer Career Progression By Susan D. Hosek, Peter Tiemeyer, Rebecca Kilburn, Debra A. Strong, Selika Ducksworth, Reginald Ray Read preview. Preface This report documents research on the career progression of the different minority and gender groups in the officer corps.

The research, which was conducted incontributed to a Department of Defense (DoD) study of equal opportunity in the officer : Peter Tiemeyer. Request PDF | On Jan 1,Beth J Asch and others published A New Look at Gender and Minority Differences in Officer Career Progression in the Military | Find, read and cite all the research.

Research shows gender gap in career progression attitudes. 14th July pm 14th July pm. The BBC reported on the first FTSE company to go public with pay differences, and it showed that fixed pay for women was on average 33% lower than their male counterparts – pretty shocking.

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Susan D. Hosek’s most popular book is Minority and Gender Differences in Officer Career Progress. This post was written by Selika Ducksworth-Lawton, Ph.D, Professor of History at University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

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On 14 May the Bank of England hosted a conference with the ECB and Federal Reserve on Gender and Career Progression. There were attendees from a range of organisations. It was the first conference to be held by the central banks on this topic and primarily focused on gender diversity in Economics and related professions.

female and minority correctional officers. In this case, we would also expect that there would be no gender or racial differences in evaluations of the work environment. Data and Variables The Prison Social Climate Survey (PSCS) has been administered annually. Read or Download Minority and Gender Differences in Officer Career Progression () Book by Susan D.

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Bradburn and Anna C. Sikora. Project Officer: Linda J. Zimbler. Washington, DC: For ordering information on this report, write: U.S. Department of Education ED Pubs P.O. Box Jessup, MD –File Size: KB. Factors associated with gender differences in career progression On the surface, existing research indicates that reasons for not seeking promotion to higher ranks are generally similar between female and male officers (e.g.

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