From the Thesis Abstract: "This research investigates the intentions of Army service members to report peer hazing misconduct - in other words, their propensity to blow the whistle, encourage or do nothing in response to hazing situations. Because the military is a hierarchal system and social norms significantly impact actions, this research further investigates the propensity of Army service members to blow the whistle or encourage hazing. A unique feature of the current study is its development of a new survey, the Hazing Compliance Instrument. Development of this instrument provides a valuable contribution to hazing research because it addresses some of the limitations of methods used in other hazing research. The current study also provided the rare opportunity to research whistleblowing with the targeted population because the participants were measured against an actual policy that directly affects the group."
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