Motivational Factors of American Prisoners of War Held by the Democratic Republic of Vietnam

Voorkant
Defense Technical Information Center, 1974 - 75 pagina's
In this examination of the behavior and motivations of U.S. prisoners of war held in the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, particular emphasis is given to the influence of environmental conditions, the emotional state of men, and the mutual support of other prisoners. Motivational elements of pride, responsibility, and individual values are stressed. Group characteristics of cohesiveness, interaction, and unity as a means by which the POWs sought to control their destiny are also illustrated, while an abbreviated discussion of prison life provides some appreciation for the shrunken world of a prisoner of war.

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