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Measures of occupational attitudes and occupational characteristics
Robinson, John P.
1969 by Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research in [Ann Arbor, Mich.] .
Written in English
|Statement||[by] John P. Robinson, Robert Athanasiou [and] Kendra B. Head.|
|Contributions||Head, Kendra B., Athanasiou, Robert., University of Michigan. Institute for Social Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 460 p.|
|Number of Pages||460|
|LC Control Number||75627966|
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[Ann Arbor, Mich.] Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, |a Measures of occupational attitudes and occupational characteristics |b (Appendix A to Measures of political attitudes) |c [by] John P.
Robinson, Robert Athanasiou [and] Kendra B. Head. |a [Ann Arbor, Mich.] |b Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, |c This item appears in the following Collection(s) Institute for Social Research (ISR)Cited by: Supplemented by: "Measures of occupational attitudes and occupational characteristics (Appendix A to Measures of political attitudes) [By] John P.
Robinson, Robert Athanasiou [and] Kendra B. Head" (ix, p. illus. forms. 28 cm. $) published: [Ann Arbor, Mich. Chinese police supervisors’ occupational attitudes. officer characteristics on attitudes toward the police role remain unsettled.
and has published more than 70 articles and book chapters. Measures of Occupational Attitudes and Occupational Characteristics. Appendix A to Measures of Political Attitudes. (= ISR Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan).
Robinson, John P. et al. Documentation of occupational expo- sures, safety training, medical surveillance, and Measures of occupational attitudes and occupational characteristics book related injury and illness is important for evaluating the occupational health and safety program of the insti- tution, promoting health and safety, identifying new occupational risks, ensuring the cost effectiveness of program activities, and achieving.
Occupational exposures in the workplace are rarely constant and will be subject to considerable variability during any one day depending on the type of equipment used, nature of the process, control measures applied, and time spent in the areas.
The situation is made even more complex by the action or behavior of individual employees. The occupational attitudes associated with this culture include a distrust and suspiciousness of citizens and a prescription to assess people in terms of their potential threat, a lay-low or cover your ass orientation to police work that discourages the initiation of citizen contacts, a strong Measures of occupational attitudes and occupational characteristics book on the crime-fighting elements of the.
Patrol officer measures and distributions are examined in chapter 4. Chapter 5 discusses attitudinal groups of patrol officers and cluster stability and subculture. Chapter 6 provides officers’ background characteristics and occupational attributes.
In chapter 7, the attitudes of patrol supervisors and group membership are discussed. Occupational injuries pose major public health and socioeconomic developmental problems. However, efforts towards investigation of determinants among factory workers are very minimal in developing.
occupational safety and health and its accompanying Recommendation (No. The main purposes of the Convention are to ensure that a higher priority is given to occupational safety and health in national agendas and to foster political commitments in a tripartite context for the improvement of occupational safety and Size: 1MB.
Robinson, John P., Athanasiou, Robert, and Head, Hendra B. Measures of Occupational Attitudes and Occupational Characteristics Ann Arbor: Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, (HF J63 R62) This book contains 77 measures of job satisfaction, occupational attitudes and values, leadership styles, and job : Corryn Crosby-Muilenburg.
Tests and M easures in the Social Sciences TMSS Tests Available in Compilation Volumes Full Instruments Available in: Robinson, Shaver, & Wriqhtsman, _3 Employee morale scale () Woods A IN: Robinson, J. P.; Athanasiou, R.; Head, K. Measures of Occupational Attitudes and Occupational Characteristics.
Evaluation-occupational profile & analysis of occupational performance profile provides: background info on client's goals, habits, occupations & history Intervention-plan that is developed once evaluation is complete & OT determines client's strengths & weaknesses & analyzes areas of performance and contexts in which occupations are performed.
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