Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology

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Volume 4 Issue 3 (August 1994), Pages fmi-fmi, 145-218

The differential impact on carers dealing with clients with challenging behaviours (pages 181-187)

Abstract

This study addresses the effects of organizational culture on the ways in which carers in small community homes cope with clients with challenging behaviours. Results indicated that carers socialized in a traditional setting (i.e. large institutions) responded to challenging behaviours by becoming more negative in their attitudes towards clients. Strain levels in carers socialized in the Social Services were related directly to client challenging behaviours, and unrelated to their attitudes which remained positive.

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