A Problem of Governance: The Importance of Understanding Police Coordination
Early on it was argued that police sociology stood apart from much organizational sociology unnecessarily. While ihere are many things police sociology can learn from organizational sociology inter alia its adherence to reasonably transferable terminology and concepts, its general ideological neutrality regarding both methods and results, and its interest in communicating analogous findings across similar organizational forms — there are, conversely, lessons for organizational sociology to be found in police sociology.
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