Shifting repertoires: Understanding cultural plurality in policing

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Hendriks, Frank; van Hulst, Merlijn;
(2016)
  • Subject: cultural plurality | Grid Group Cultural Theory | street-level bureaucracy | hybrid repertoires | organizational shifting | police organization

The police is one of the most prominent organizations in the frontline of public administration. In order to deal with high external expectations, the organization has been said to develop and nurture multiple police cultures. Applying Grid Group Cultural Theory, or GGC... View more
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