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Year : 1998  |  Volume : 40  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 172-179

Subjective Wellbeing Among Police Personnel


1 General Duty Medical Officer- Psychiatry, National Institute of Mental Neurosciences, Bangalore - 560 011, India
2 Associate Professor, Department of Bio-Statistics, National of Mental Health A Neurosciences, Bangalore - 560 011, India
3 Director, National Institute Health & Neurosciences, Bangalore - 560 011, India

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P R Geetha
No. 7, Type 4, NIMHANS Qtrs., Byrasandra, Jayanagar l Block East, Bangalore - 560 011
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To study whether high job stress has 'spill over effect' on other dimensions of life, subjective well being inventory (SWBI) and GHQ were administered to 201 policeman selected randomly from Bangalore city, India. Policemen scored significantly high in all dimensions expect in social support when compared to urban middle class men working in factories. The police who scored low in GHQ had significantly higher scores in all dimensions of SWBI except in social contact. The results indicate that various dimensions of SWB of police are not affected. Psychosocial and job related factors buffering job stress have to be studied and further strengthened.



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