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Comments Coding Sheet
Review each comment for content and classify each comment as either
POSITIVE or NEGATIVE in terms of understanding and support. If a
comment does not fall into one of these categories, classify it
My Commander understands the role, significance and importance of
Public Affairs, and therefore provides support.
1. My Commander
Commander does interviews.
Commander communicates with me.
Commander realizes that the media serve a purpose.
Commander involves media.
My Commander is unsupportive and does not understand the role, significance,
or importance of Public Affairs personnel, programs, or initiatives.
My Commander does not understand my role.
Commander does not support Public Affairs programs.
Commander does not like to work with the media.
Commander does not seek Public Affairs guidance.
Commander does not recognize the value of Public Affairs.
Commander does not seize opportunities to work w/ Public Affairs.
TOTAL #1 comments
#2 comments = 41
#3 comments = 108
comments classified = 174