The Association Between Base-Area Social and Economic Characteristics and Airmen's Outcomes
To help Air Force Services tailor support for Airmen and families, researchers applied established social indicators and neighborhood studies methodologies to identify areas that may need more-targeted Air Force resources. This report shows whether and how base-area characteristics are associated with individual-level Airman outcomes across several domains, including health and well-being, social cohesion, and ratings of neighborhood resources.
Subjects: Management & Organizational Behavior, Population Studies, Public Health
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