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A Study of Job Stress among Rajasthan Police Personnel


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1 Amity Behavioral School, Amity University, Rajasthan, India
     

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Job stress has become an inevitable part of the police profession. The present research has examined the level of stress and empirically investigates the socio-demographic factors affecting stress level in a sample of 300 police officers in the Rajasthan state. The sample was subjected to 8 emotional state including anxiety, arousal, depression, extraversion, fatigue, guilt, regression and stress. The analysis of these measures reveal that an overwhelming majority of the officers suffer from high job stress and socio demographic variables have a significant difference between the job stress. Implications of the findings have been discussed to identify job stress and suggest measures in effectively combating stress.

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Fatigue, Arousal, Anxiety and Extraversion
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S. S. Nathawat
Amity Behavioral School, Amity University, Rajasthan, India
Meenal Dadarwal
Amity Behavioral School, Amity University, Rajasthan, India

Abstract


Job stress has become an inevitable part of the police profession. The present research has examined the level of stress and empirically investigates the socio-demographic factors affecting stress level in a sample of 300 police officers in the Rajasthan state. The sample was subjected to 8 emotional state including anxiety, arousal, depression, extraversion, fatigue, guilt, regression and stress. The analysis of these measures reveal that an overwhelming majority of the officers suffer from high job stress and socio demographic variables have a significant difference between the job stress. Implications of the findings have been discussed to identify job stress and suggest measures in effectively combating stress.

Keywords


Fatigue, Arousal, Anxiety and Extraversion