Policing for Peace in Northern Ireland: Change, Conflict and Community Confidence by J. MurphyPolicing for Peace in Northern Ireland: Change, Conflict and Community Confidence by J. Murphy

Policing for Peace in Northern Ireland: Change, Conflict and Community Confidence

byJ. Murphy

Hardcover | April 11, 2013

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This is the first in-depth analysis of the transition from the RUC to the PSNI seen through the eyes of key figures, inside and outside the organization. It provides a fresh insight into the wider social and political context in which this change occurred and is a significant contribution to the story of the Northern Ireland peace process.
Joanne Murphy is a lecturer on organisational behaviour and change at Queens University Management School, Northern Ireland. She has published on policing and public sector management and is co-author ofPublic Management and Complexity Theory, Richer Decision in Public Services.
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Title:Policing for Peace in Northern Ireland: Change, Conflict and Community ConfidenceFormat:HardcoverDimensions:239 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.86 inPublished:April 11, 2013Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230291996

ISBN - 13:9780230291997

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Table of Contents

Introduction PART I: CONTEXT, PROCESS AND TIME 1. The Conditions for Conflict and Change 2. Taking an Organisational Perspective PART II: CHANGE WITHIN: FOUR PHASES OF TRANSITION 3. Phase One: The Tipping Point 4. Phase Two: Implementation, Symbolic Modification and Resistance 5. Phase Three: Power Assisted Steering 6. Phase Four: A New Order? PART III: MANAGING CHANGE: NEW CHALLENGES, OLD PROBLEMS 7. Facilitating Change Under Environmental Pressure: Leadership, Resourcing, Pace and External Intervention 8. The Past Drives the Present into the Future: Continuity, Change and Policing in Northern Ireland

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