Measurement and Analysis of Soldiers' Value Systems Change During Infantry Initial Entry Training
Krysa, John c.
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, College of Fine Arts and Communication
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This study attempts to determine if there is a change in soldiers value systems after completion of Infantry One Station Unit Training using a modified Rokeach Value Survey. The review of the literature covers material concerning human values that relates to performance and effectiveness in an organization. The study indicates a modest reshaping of soldiers' value systems, particularly terminal values, in consonance with the Professional Army Ethic. There are no major statistically significant changes in values.