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List of Tables; CHAPTER 1: A Brief Overview of Corrections and theCorrectional Officer; A Brief History of Correctional Institutions; Court Review and Legal Shaping of Modern Prison; The Institutional Environment; The Building/Facility; The Correctional Officer; CHAPTER 2: The Backbone of Today's CorrectionalInstitution: The Correctional Officer; Job Qualifications; "The Job": Correctional Officer Duty Positions andDaily Work; The Correctional Officer Subculture: Fact or Fiction?; CHAPTER 3: Theories of correctional officer roles, stress and job satisfaction; Introduction to Stress.
Job DangerRole Conflict; Social Support and Stress; Organizational Stressors; Experience, Education, and Stress; Gender and stress; Conclusion; CHAPTER 4: The Results of the Current Study; Preliminary Work and Survey Development; CHAPTER 5: Policy Implications for Policy andFuture Research; Work Stress; Policy Implications; Agency Assessment; The Future of Correctional Employment: Suggestionsfor Future Research; Appendix; Bibliography; Index.
Dial examines correctional officer stress and job satisfaction.
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