Causes and cures of unauthorized absenteeism in the Navy
Thomas, Donald Irving
Curtis, James E.
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The purpose of this study was to examine the causes of unauthorized absenteeism among the enlisted personnel of the postwar U.S. Navy, and, on the basis of these findings, to determine some measures which appeared to be effective in reducing absenteeism. This involved three major problems: 1. To determine what types of enlisted men committed unauthorized absence offenses and why they committed them. 2. To examine the underlying reasons for absenteeism from psychiatric and sociological viewpoints. 3. To determine and present certain measures which seemed to be of value in combatting unauthorized absenteeism.
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