ترجمه مقاله: تفسیر اجتماعی سازی، هویت و فرهنگ پلیس

نویسنده

دانشیار زبان شناسی، هیأت علمی دانشگاه بوعلی سینا همدان (نویسنده و مسؤول)

چکیده

شاید نیاز باشد بخش­هایی ازفرهنگ پلیس تکامل یابند تا اینکه بتوان شرایط داخلی فراگیرتری برای آن ایجاد کرد. البته، رهبران پلیس باید پیش از اینکه به دنبال تأثیرگذاری بر یک تغییر فرهنگی باشند، آن را در ابتدا درک کنند. این فصل نگاهی به توصیفات کلی فرهنگ پلیس، چگونگی تغییر آن در گذر زمان و چگونگی اجتماعی شدن استخدامی­های جدید دارد. این فصل همچنین انواع فرهنگ­ها را که به نظر می­رسد در فرهنگ پلیس وجود داشته باشند، مشخص می­کند و نیز انواع فرهنگ­هایی را نشان می­دهد که ممکن است از سازمان مختلف ظهور کنند. بخش­هایی از مصاحبه­هایی که با افسران پلیسی که قبلاً خدمت می­کردند و کسانی که در حال حاضر خدمت می­کنند هم نشان می­دهد که توجه آنها نیز بیشتر به مسائل مهمی است که در این فصل به آنها اشاره شده است.

کلیدواژه‌ها


عنوان مقاله [English]

Understanding Police Culture

چکیده [English]

Understanding Police Culture Abstract Parts of the police culture may need to evolve in order to establish a more inclusive internal climate. Yet before seeking to influence a culture shift police leaders first need to understand it. This chapter provides an overview of the common descriptions of the police culture, how the culture might have changed over time and how new recruits are socialized. This chapter also highlights the types of cultures that tend to be found within policing as well as the different cultures that might emerge from one police organization to another. Excerpts from interviews with current and former serving police officers are also included to illustrate their experiences as they relate to key points discussed throughout this chapter.
 

کلیدواژه‌ها [English]

  • Culture
  • socialization
  • Individual Style
  • solidarity
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