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Titel:Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment in the U.S. Military
Titelzusatz:Volume 4: Investigations of Potential Bias in Estimates from the 2014 RAND Military Workplace Study
Mitwirkende:Morral, Andrew R. [HerausgeberIn]   i
Institutionen:National Defense Research Institute (U.S.)   i
 United States / Department of Defense / Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office   i
Verf.angabe:edited by Andrew R. Morral, Kristie L. Gore, Terry L. Schell ; Contributors: Amy Grace Donohue, Marc N. Elliott, Caroline Epley, Coreen Farris, Bonnie Ghosh-Dastidar, Lisa H. Jaycox, Dean Kilpatrick
Verlagsort:Santa Monica, Calif
Verlag:RAND
Jahr:2016
Umfang:1 Online-Ressource (xxvii, 240 pages)
Gesamttitel/Reihe:Research report ; RR-870/6-OSD
Fussnoten:"March 16, 2016"--Table of contents page ; Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-240)
ISBN:978-0-8330-9279-3
 0-8330-9282-0
 0-8330-9279-0
 978-0-8330-9282-3
Abstract:Preface -- Figures and Tables -- Summary -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter One: Introduction: About the 2014 Survey -- Organization of the Report -- Statistical Analysis and Reporting Conventions Used in This Report -- Chapter Two: Follow-Up Studies of Survey Nonrespondents: Study Procedures -- Analysis of Nonresponse Bias -- Results -- Discussion and Conclusions -- Chapter Three: The Efficacy of Sampling Weights for Correcting Nonresponse Bias: Participant Characteristics Associated with Survey Nonresponse -- Association of Participant Characteristics with Survey Outcomes -- Characteristics That Could Lead to Nonresponse Bias -- The Development and Performance of RMWS Weights -- Conclusion -- Chapter Four: Investigation of Total Survey Error Using Official Records of Reported Sexual Assaults -- Chapter Five: Performance of the Sexual Assault Survey Module: Intentionality -- Offender Behavior/Lack of Consent -- Confirming Past-Year Time Frame -- Conclusions -- Chapter Six: Undercounting and Overcounting of Service Members Exposed to Sexual Assault: Inclusion of Preservice Sexual Assaults -- Exclusion of Assaults Against Members With Fewer Than Six Months of Service -- Exclusion of Members Who Recently Left the Service -- Inclusion or Exclusion of Alcohol Blackouts and Fear Responses That Immobilize -- Inclusion of Nonpenile Oral Penetration in the Penetration Counts -- Possible Exclusion of Civilian Sexual Assaults Among Reserve Component Members -- Conclusions -- Chapter Seven: Performance of the Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination Module: Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination Screening Items -- Classification of Sexual Harassment of the Sexually Hostile Work Environment Type -- Classification of Sexual Harassment of the Quid Pro Quo Type -- Classification of Gender Discrimination -- Error in Categorizing Hostile Workplace Experiences -- Conclusion -- Chapter Eight: Comparison of Events Identified by the Prior Form and RAND Forms: Some Past-Year Unwanted Sexual Contacts Counted with the Prior Form Occurred More Than a Year Ago -- The Prior Form Identifies Fewer Penetrative Sexual Assaults Than the RAND Form -- Unwanted Sexual Contacts on the Prior Form May Include Events That Are Not UCMJ Crimes -- Differences Between the WGRA and RAND Sexual Harassment Definitions -- Conclusions -- Chapter Nine: Analysis of Survey Nonconsent and Breakoff: Survey Nonconsent Rate -- Survey Breakoff Rates -- Effect of Survey Breakoff on Sample Characteristics -- Conclusions -- Chapter Ten: Service Member Tolerance of the RAND Form: Complaint Rates -- Harm to Victims -- Benefits of the New RAND Survey Using Explicit Questions to Measure Sexual Assault -- Conclusions -- Chapter Eleven: Conclusions and Recommendations for Future Administration -- s of the WGRA: Measurement Approach -- Sample Frame -- Sampling Plan -- Sample Weighting -- Improving Response Rates -- Further Study of Nonresponse Bias and Survey Error -- Frequency of WGRA Administration -- Appendixes: A. Phone Survey Script -- B. Mail Survey (Male and Female Respondent Versions) -- C. Supplementary Tables for Chapter Three -- D. Supplementary Tables for Chapter Seven -- Abbreviations -- References
 Preface -- Figures and Tables -- Summary -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter One: Introduction: About the 2014 Survey -- Organization of the Report -- Statistical Analysis and Reporting Conventions Used in This Report -- Chapter Two: Follow-Up Studies of Survey Nonrespondents: Study Procedures -- Analysis of Nonresponse Bias -- Results -- Discussion and Conclusions -- Chapter Three: The Efficacy of Sampling Weights for Correcting Nonresponse Bias: Participant Characteristics Associated with Survey Nonresponse -- Association of Participant Characteristics with Survey Outcomes -- Characteristics That Could Lead to Nonresponse Bias -- The Development and Performance of RMWS Weights -- Conclusion -- Chapter Four: Investigation of Total Survey Error Using Official Records of Reported Sexual Assaults -- Chapter Five: Performance of the Sexual Assault Survey Module: Intentionality -- Offender Behavior/Lack of Consent -- Confirming Past-Year Time Frame -- Conclusions -- Chapter Six: Undercounting and Overcounting of Service Members Exposed to Sexual Assault: Inclusion of Preservice Sexual Assaults -- Exclusion of Assaults Against Members With Fewer Than Six Months of Service -- Exclusion of Members Who Recently Left the Service -- Inclusion or Exclusion of Alcohol Blackouts and Fear Responses That Immobilize -- Inclusion of Nonpenile Oral Penetration in the Penetration Counts -- Possible Exclusion of Civilian Sexual Assaults Among Reserve Component Members -- Conclusions -- Chapter Seven: Performance of the Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination Module: Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination Screening Items -- Classification of Sexual Harassment of the Sexually Hostile Work Environment Type -- Classification of Sexual Harassment of the Quid Pro Quo Type -- Classification of Gender Discrimination -- Error in Categorizing Hostile Workplace Experiences -- Conclusion -- Chapter Eight: Comparison of Events Identified by the Prior Form and RAND Forms: Some Past-Year Unwanted Sexual Contacts Counted with the Prior Form Occurred More Than a Year Ago -- The Prior Form Identifies Fewer Penetrative Sexual Assaults Than the RAND Form -- Unwanted Sexual Contacts on the Prior Form May Include Events That Are Not UCMJ Crimes -- Differences Between the WGRA and RAND Sexual Harassment Definitions -- Conclusions -- Chapter Nine: Analysis of Survey Nonconsent and Breakoff: Survey Nonconsent Rate -- Survey Breakoff Rates -- Effect of Survey Breakoff on Sample Characteristics -- Conclusions -- Chapter Ten: Service Member Tolerance of the RAND Form: Complaint Rates -- Harm to Victims -- Benefits of the New RAND Survey Using Explicit Questions to Measure Sexual Assault -- Conclusions -- Chapter Eleven: Conclusions and Recommendations for Future Administration -- s of the WGRA: Measurement Approach -- Sample Frame -- Sampling Plan -- Sample Weighting -- Improving Response Rates -- Further Study of Nonresponse Bias and Survey Error -- Frequency of WGRA Administration -- Appendixes: A. Phone Survey Script -- B. Mail Survey (Male and Female Respondent Versions) -- C. Supplementary Tables for Chapter Three -- D. Supplementary Tables for Chapter Seven -- Abbreviations -- References
DOI:doi:10.7249/j.ctt1b7x5wx
URL:Kostenfrei: Volltext: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7249/j.ctt1b7x5wx
 : : https://doi.org/10.7249/j.ctt1b7x5wx
Datenträger:Online-Ressource
Sprache:eng
Reproduktion:Print version: Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment in the U.S. Military. Volume 4, Investigations of Potential Bias in Estimates from the 2014 RAND Military Workplace Study. - Santa Monica, Calif: RAND, [2016]
K10plus-PPN:1008666386
 
 
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