A Comparative Study on Cognition Difference of Maritime Polices' Organization Culture

해양경찰공무원의 조직문화에 관한 인식차이 연구

  • Kim, Jong-Gil (Department of Police Administration, Kimpo University)
  • 김종길 (김포대학교 경찰행정학과)
  • Received : 2013.08.07
  • Accepted : 2013.10.25
  • Published : 2013.10.31


Maritime police recognize that the organizational culture of various acting as a member of the organization. Also, marine policing and security activities to determine the number of build. The overall culture of maritime police who share the organization sub-culture may take place. Maritime police organizational culture and a variety of types of group culture, hierarchical culture, development culture, rational culture examined the differences in perceptions. Maritime police aware of the general results of the analysis are as follows; First, the maritime police officers of the age group of 20 was the highest recognition in hierarchy culture and rational culture. Second, the maritime police officers of the rank of captain was the highest recognition in development culture and rational culture. Third, differences in the perception of organizational culture by recruitment analysis show the difference in cultural groups showed, in particular, the special recruitment group of police officers, and maritime police culture can be seen tend to appear low.


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