Managing the blues : theories and practices of power in the police service
Keith, Beverley Anne;
Subject: HM | HV
The primary intention of this thesis is to explore theories and practices of power. To that end, the\ud analysis first pays close and critical attention to a number of theories of power, and employs the\ud empirical example of the police organization as a means through ... View more
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