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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Zlata Pchelnikova
The Police as Profession: Career Expectations of Students of the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs RF
Sociology
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
The aim of the current study is to find a reason of choosing police as profession. It is necessary to identify dominant values and motivation of studying in Moscow University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia named after V.Y. Kikot and prioritize them in terms of police student's career expectations. The paper tends reveals the reasons for entering police profession in Russia, while it is an obvious dysfunction of the police institute. It is essential to find out the reasons for choosing police career as a profession. Survey includes analysis of qualitative data collected by 16 interviews with students of in Moscow University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia named after V.Y. Kikot. The survey will be conducted through the snowball method It is supposed that values and motivation is different among police students.

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