The professions and their prospects. / Eliot Freidson, editor
- Freidson, Eliot, 1923-2005
- Beverly Hills [Calif.] : Sage Publications, 
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- Physical Description:
- 333 pages ; 22 cm
- Freidson, E. Forward -- Freidson, E. Professions and the occupational principle -- Daniels, A. K. How free should professions be? -- Ritzer, G. Professionalism and the individual -- Engel, G. V. and Hall, R. H. The growing industrialization of the professions -- Haug, M. R. and Sussman, M. B. Professionalization and unionism: a jurisdictional dispute? -- Mok, A. L. Professional innovation in post-industrial society -- Perrucci, R. Engineering: professional servant of power -- Montagna, P. D. The public accounting profession: organization, ideology, and social power -- Zola, I. K. and Miller, S. J. The erosion of medicine from within -- Ference, T. P., Goldner, F. H. and Ritti, R. R. Priests and church: the professionalization of an organization -- Marcus, P. M. Schoolteachers and militant conservatism -- Ruzek, S. K. Making social work accountable -- Etheridge, C. F. Lawyers versus indigents: conflict of interest in professional-client relations in the legal profession -- Lewis, L. S. The university and the professional model: amplification on a magnification -- Halmos, P. Sociology and the personal service professions -- Phillips, D. L. Sociologists and their knowledge: some critical remarks on a profession.
- "Portions of this volume appeared in the March-April, 1971 issue of the American behavioral scientist."
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographies.
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