بسط نظریه توسعه منابع انسانی به زمینه قضایی؛ چارچوب نظری

نوع مقاله : علمی - پژوهشی

نویسنده

دکترای مدیریت منابع انسانی دانشگاه تهران (پردیس البرز)

10.30471/mssh.2020.6305.2011

چکیده

نظریه توسعه منابع انسانی، توسعه انسان سازمانی در معنای عام را بازنمایی می‎کند؛ ازاین‌رو با رویکردی میان‎رشته‎ای، زمینه‎های سازمانی متنوع را شامل می‎شود. ادبیات نظری حاکی از بسط تدریجی نظریه به زمینه‎های سازمانی کسب‌وکار خصوصی، دولتی و غیرانتفاعی است. در این مقاله بسط نظریه به زمینه قضایی بررسی می‎شود.
هدف مقاله نیل به چارچوب نظری توسعه منابع انسانی در زمینه قضایی است. روش مطالعه عبارت از بررسی ادبیات تحقیق، مصاحبه با 9 نفر از خبرگان دانشگاهی و قضایی و تحلیل تماتیک داده‎ها می‎باشد. نتایج تحلیل نشان از آن است که الگوهای راه‎حل‎یابی حقوقی درونمایه حرفه قضاوت را بازنمایی می‎کند و شامل چهار الگوی راه‎حل‎یابی انطباقی، زمینه‎ای، نهادی و انتقادی است.
الگوهای راه‎حل‎یابی حقوقی در دو پیوستار اهمیت مسئله قضایی (عادی تا مهم) و پیوستار هدف حل مسئله قضایی (بازگشت به نظم حقوقی کنونی تا ایجاد نظم حقوقی نوین) قرار می‎گیرند؛ بنابراین در چهار طبقه انطباقی، زمینه‎ای، نهادی و انتقادی دسته‎بندی می‎شوند. این طبقه‎بندی رهنمودی به چارچوب نظری توسعه منابع انسانی قضایی است. چارچوب نظری شامل انسان قضایی تثبیت‎گرا، انسان قضایی تکامل‎گرا، انسان قضایی نهادگرا و انسان قضایی تغییرگراست.

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