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The Professions: Roles and Rules
by Wilbert Ellis Moore
Russell Sage Foundation, 1970
eISBN: 978-1-61044-671-6 | Cloth: 978-0-87154-604-3
Library of Congress Classification HT687.M63
Dewey Decimal Classification 331.71

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Discusses the place and position of the professional in society today. Wilbert E. Moore attempts to define the characteristics of the professional and to describe the attributes that give professionals the basis for status and esteem. Dr. Moore maintains that the modern scale of professionalism demands a full-time occupation, commitment to a calling, authenticated membership in a formalized organization, advanced education, service orientation, and autonomy restrained by responsibility. The author discusses the professional's interaction on various levels—with his clients, his peers, his employers, his fellows in complementary occupations, and society at large.

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