Two professional hats on one attitudinal head: An exploration of Custodial Correctional Officers’ professional and attitude orientations within the organisational cultural context of <an Australian> Corrective Services correctional facilities.

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Reich, S.. 2023. Two professional hats on one attitudinal head: An exploration of Custodial Correctional Officers’ professional and attitude orientations within the organisational cultural context of <an Australian> Corrective Services correctional facilities.
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Two professional hats on one attitudinal head: An exploration of Custodial Correctional Officers’ professional and attitude orientations within the organisational cultural context of <an Australian> Corrective Services correctional facilities.

Report TypeGovernment report
Research Report CategoryPublic sector
AuthorsReich, S.
Page Range1-60
Number of Pages60
Year2023
Keywordscorrective services; organisational culture; role perception; role performance; attitude orientation; performance orientation
Contains Sensitive ContentContains sensitive content
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020440202. Correctional theory, offender treatment and rehabilitation
520104. Industrial and organisational psychology (incl. human factors)
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