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A Sociology of Commercial Flight Crew

A Sociology of Commercial Flight Crew by Bennett A Simon
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There are numerous psychological studies of pilots and piloting, but little has been done in the way of sociological examination. Commercial aviation is one of the world's biggest industries, yet there are few studies of pilots as social beings and of their place of work, the flight-deck. Developing a sociological understanding of front-line staff and of pilots' working environments is an important step to developing a more detailed understanding of this increasingly important sector. This book performs such a function and also adds to our understanding of pilots in general, from those who work for flag carriers to those who fly for regional or corporate jet operators. The readership includes the general public, industry legislators, regulators, managements, employees, trainers, journalists, academics and students of sociology, psychology, organisation theory and business management.
Taylor and Francis; December 2016
224 pages; ISBN 9781351961516
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Title: A Sociology of Commercial Flight Crew
Author: Bennett A Simon
 
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9780754643173
9781351961516
9781351961523