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Abstract
Introduction
Theoretical Background
Rationale and Hypotheses
The Interactive Model
Method
Discussion
References

Appendices

The Specific Propensity Model
The Interactive Model

 

The Wild Card Effect and Military Retention:
Latent Social Identities in an
Interactive Organizational Commitment Model


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