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" profession' to refer to an occupation that controls its own work, organized by a special set of institutions sustained in part by a particular ideology of expertise and service. "
Russia's Missing Middle Class: The Professions in Russian History - Side 4
redigeret af - 1996 - 330 sider
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The Sociology of the Caring Professions

Pamela Abbott, Liz Meerabeau - 1998 - 275 sider
...definition remains, even if it is recognized that it is problematic. Freidson (1994) has indicated that I use the word 'profession' to refer to an occupation that controls its own work, organised by a special set of institutions sustained in part by a particular ideology of expertise...
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The State of Emergency Management 2000: The Process of Emergency Management ...

Jennifer L. Wilson - 2000 - 372 sider
...the conditions and content of their work (Freidson 1977). Freidson (1994:10) defines a profession as an occupation that controls its own work, organized...by a particular ideology of expertise and service. In other words, core characteristics of a profession are autonomy and monopoly (Rothman 1987), which...
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Knowledge Management: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, Bind 2

Ikujirō Nonaka - 2005 - 1303 sider
...in general (DiMaggio and Powell 1983). Freidson (1994: 10), 124 for example, defines a profession as 'an occupation that controls its own work, organized...by a particular ideology of expertise and service'. The analysis below explores the ways in which such a professional context influenced the consultancy...
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