Survey Instrument to Assess the Prevalence of Hazing and Bullying in the Active-Duty U.S. Military
Oct 18, 2021
To help the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) estimate the percentage of service members who experienced racial or ethnic harassment or discrimination in the past year, RAND Corporation researchers, with feedback from external experts and DoD representatives, developed a survey instrument. The authors of this report describe the instrument-development process, the instrument itself, and recommendations to support its use.
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The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) aims to estimate the percentage of service members who experienced racial or ethnic harassment or discrimination in the past year. The authors of this report provide information on a survey instrument that RAND Corporation researchers designed to help DoD obtain those estimates. The report describes the instrument-development process, the instrument itself, and recommendations to support its use.
This research was sponsored by the Defense Manpower Data Center and the former Office of Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity and conducted within the Forces and Resources Policy Center of the RAND National Defense Research Institute.
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