Marriage/family issues and wife styles across naval officer career stages: Their implications for career success
Derr, C. Brooklyn (Clyde Brooklyn)
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After a general statistical overview of Naval officers marriage relationships from the perspective of twenty-five husbands and wives and 135 other Naval officers in five different Naval communities, special marriage/ family problems during the early-mid-career stages of an officer's career are discussed. A model of the various types of Navy wives, their coping styles, and the implications for the officer's career, is presented
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