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NCJ Number: 64426 Find in a Library
Title: POLICE CRISIS OF STRESS - A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Author(s): C A MARTIN
Corporate Author: Vance Bibliographies
United States of America
Date Published: 1980
Page Count: 24
Sponsoring Agency: Vance Bibliographies
Monticello, IL 61856
Sale Source: Vance Bibliographies
P.O. Box 229
Monticello, IL 61856
United States of America
Type: Bibliography
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS BIBLIOGRAPHY PRESENTS PUBLICATIONS ON THE SUBJECT OF POLICE STRESS AND ITS ENSUING PROBLEMS.
Abstract: A TOTAL OF 264 CITATIONS ARE INCLUDED, IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY AUTHOR. THE CITATIONS ARE NOT ANNOTATED, BUT THEY ARE CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO SEVERAL CATEGORIES: ARTICLES AND REPORTS; BOOKS; PAPERS; DISSERTATIONS AND THESES; AND FILMS, CASSETTES, AND AUDIO VISUALS. A NUMBER OF ITEMS ARE LISTED ON GENERAL AREAS OF STRESS FOR THE POLICE OFFICER'S GUIDANCE. SEVERAL IMPORTANT STUDIES CITED SUGGEST THAT POLICE STRESS IS A SERIOUS PROBLEM AND REQUIRES FURTHER RESEARCH, DOCUMENTATION, AND STUDIES. THE MAJORITY OF THE PUBLICATIONS ARE FROM THE 1970'S, BUT A FEW DATE BACK TO THE 1950'S AND 1960'S. (PRG)
Index Term(s): Police occupational stress; Reference materials
Note: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SERIES - A BIBLIOGRAPHY P-409
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