A review of military recruiting research
Brown, Jerry J.
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The purpose of this thesis is to construct a comprehensive and systematic review of the existing research in the area of recruiting and recruiter productivity. The objective is to identify areas where further investigation and research would be beneficial. The need for further study will be defined by either a paucity of related studies and/or the desirability of updating completed research projects to achieve currency. The intent of this undertaking is not to provide a critical review of the studies investigated, but rather to simply identify holes in the research. The discovery of areas where little or no exploration has been attempted or where the research is no longer valid, in part or in whole, will identify the need to update the work. Information such as is contained in this thesis will facilitate better planning and research design, assist in prioritization of projects, and improve allocation of research and development monies.
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