military pilots leaving the military life to the private sector. (Summary) This article provides a credible source and was published within a few years of making it close to date on this topic. (Evaluation) 5
Running Head: Draft 6 5. Ahmadi, K., & Alireza, K. (2007). Stress and job satisfaction among air force military pilots. Journal of Social Sciences , 3 (3), 159-163. This journal talks about the stress and the satisfaction in the military pilots. Knowing what makes them tic and makes them do good with help to determine their military career. (Summary) This credible article will be helpful, due to it was written Baqiyatallah University of Medical. Knowing this will be helpful on the mental status of the pilots in the military or in civilian life. Seeing how much a person can take stress wise will help as a pilot. (Evaluation) 6. Sicard, B., Taillemite, J. P., Jouve, E., & Blin, O. (2003). Risk propensity in commercial and military pilots. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, 74 (8), 879-881. This article talks about the risk and safety in commercial airlines and the military pilots. Both pilots fly in different types of weather as well missions. So, safety regulations will be different terms for each pilot. (Summary) The article is a good source since it was done by Aerospace Medical Association. One thing that caught my attention is how little bias the article had in it, so keeping an open mind which is better out of the two. Flying for the military can be hazardous toward life, which makes some want to fly commercial. (Evaluation) 7. Fraher, A. L., & Gabriel, Y. (2014). Dreaming of flying when grounded: Occupational identity and occupational fantasies of furloughed airline pilots. Journal of Management Studies, 51 (6), 926-951. doi:10.1111/joms.12081 6
Running Head: Draft 7 This article shows the occupational identity and furloughed of airline pilots. There have been a few job losses toward the airline pilots since 9/11. In the wake after 9/11 civilian pilots have been laid off twice (Summary). This article was in the Hunt Library in peer review, so this makes it a great resource for this paper. The article is strong since its peers in the aviation industry and tells us about the furloughed vs the military way. (Evaluation) 8. Stauss, B. (2006). Flying high in a competitive industry: Cost‐effective service excellence at Singapore Airlines20061Loizos heracleous, jochen wirtz, nitin pangarkar. flying high in a competitive industry: Cost‐effective service excellence at Singapore airlines. Singapore: McGraw‐Hill education 2006. , ISBN: 007‐124964‐8.
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