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Public Administration Reformation - Market Demand from Public Organizations
Redigert av Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Mahmud Shareef, Sanjay K Pandey, Vinod Kumar
Fra forlaget:In an attempt to instil trust in their performance, credibility, integrity, efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and good governance, many public organizations are in effect viewing tax-paying citizens as consumers. Little research exists to explore synergies between the market economy, public administration reformation, and their complex bilateral effects. This book takes a timely look at the heightened need for public administration reform as a result of the economic challenges currently faced by nations across the globe. In particular it explores the roles of eGovernment and a citizen-centric focus in this transformation.
Lenke til forlagets presentasjon: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415836678/
Gerber, Markus, Christin Lang, Anne Karina Feldmeth, Catherine Elliot, Serge Brand, Edith Holsboer-Trachsler, and Uwe Pühse. 2013. "Burnout and Mental Health in Swiss Vocational Students: The Moderating Role of Physical Activity." Journal of Research on Adolescence. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jora.12097
Gofen, Anat. 2013. "Mind the Gap: Dimensions and Influence of Street-Level Divergence." Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jopart/mut037
Schatz-Oppenheimer, Orna, and Nurit Dvir. 2014. "From ugly duckling to swan: Stories of novice teachers." Teaching and Teacher Education no. 37 (0):140-149. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2013.10.011
Wang, Shanshan, Yanhui Liu, and Linlin Wang. 2013. "Nurse burnout: Personal and environmental factors as predictors." International Journal of Nursing Practice. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ijn.12216
Williams, Sharon E., Quienton L. Nichols, and Nadia L. Williams. 2013. "Public child welfare workers' perception of efficacy relative to multicultural awareness, knowledge and skills." Children and Youth Services Review no. 35 (10):1789-1793. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2013.08.002.
Tversky, Amos, and Daniel Kahneman. 1974. "Judgment under Uncertainty: Heuristics and Biases." Science no. 185 (4157):1124-1131. http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.185.4157.1124
Biesta, Gert. 2014. "Evidence Based Practice in Education: Between Science and Democracy." In A Companion to Research in Education, edited by Alan D. Reid, E. Paul Hart and Michael A. Peters, 391-400. Springer Netherlands. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-94-007-6809-3_52#
Fisher, Mary Dee. 2013. "A Comparison of Professional Value Development Among Pre-Licensure Nursing Students in Associate Degree, Diploma, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing Programs." Nursing Education Perspectives. http://dx.doi.org/10.5480/11-729.1
Jodoin Elizabeth, C., and F. Ayers David. 2013. Professional Norms Versus Managerialism in Campus Mental Health Centers: The Experiences of Eight Clinicians. In Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice. http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/jsarp-2013-0030
McLeod-Sordjan, Renee. 2013. "Evaluating moral reasoning in nursing education." Nursing Ethics. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0969733013505309
Moffatt, Fiona, Paul Martin, and Stephen Timmons. 2013. "Constructing notions of healthcare productivity: the call for a new professionalism?" Sociology of Health & Illness. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1467-9566.12093
Noordegraaf, Mirko. 2013. "Reconfiguring Professional Work: Changing Forms of Professionalism in Public Services." Administration & Society. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0095399713509242
The Politics of Expertise
av Stephen P. Turner
Fra forlaget: This book collects case studies and theoretical papers on expertise, focusing on four major themes: legitimation, the aggregation of knowledge, the distribution of knowledge and the distribution of power. It focuses on the institutional means by which the distribution of knowledge and the distribution of power are connected, and how the problems of aggregating knowledge and legitimating it are solved by these structures. The radical novelty of this approach is that it places the traditional discussion of expertise in democracy into a much larger framework of knowledge and power relations, and in addition begins to raise the questions of epistemology that a serious account of these problems requires.
Lenke til forlagets presentasjon av boka: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415709439/
Collins, Randall. 1979. The credential society: An historical sociology of education and stratification: Academic Press New York.
Ethics and Mental Health: The Patient, Profession and Community. Michael Robertson and Garry Walter.
The book begins by exploring current normative theories of psychiatric ethics. It describes how empirical methods can make codes of conduct more representative of professional values. Considering their previous work, concepts of justice, and the moderate communitarian position, the authors outline their methodology, which argues that mental health professionals exist within a perpetual state of tension, caused by conflicts between the Hippocratic Oath, personal values, notions of social justice, and the potentially harmful influences of their social role. Her finner du boken.
Aubusson, Peter, and Sandy Schuck. 2013. "Teacher education futures: today’s trends, tomorrow’s expectations." Teacher Development no. 17 (3): 322-333.
Birani, Aisha, and Wolfgang Lehmann. 2013. "Ethnicity as social capital: an examination of first-generation, ethnic-minority students at a Canadian university." International Studies in Sociology of Education: 1-17.
Campbell, Elizabeth. 2013. "The Virtuous, Wise, and Knowledgeable Teacher: Living the Good Life as a Professional Practitioner." Educational Theory no. 63 (4): 413-430.
Flinkman, Mervi, Ulpukka Isopahkala-Bouret, Salanter, and Sanna 2013. "Young Registered Nurses' Intention to Leave the Profession and Professional Turnover in Early Career: A Qualitative Case Study."
Gofen, Anat. 2013. "Mind the Gap: Dimensions and Influence of Street-Level Divergence." Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory.
Hillier, Judith, James de Winter, and John Twidle. 2013. "I Could Enjoy Teaching: The Case of Physics." Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education no. 13 (3): 287-302.
Ott-Holland, Catherine J., Jason L. Huang, Ann Marie Ryan, Fabian Elizondo, and Patrick L. Wadlington. 2013. "Culture and Vocational Interests: The Moderating Role of Collectivism and Gender Egalitarianism." Journal of Counseling Psychology.
Taylor, Imogen. 2013. "Discretion or Prescription? Exploring Confidence in Qualifying Social Work Education." British Journal of Social Work.
van Pelt, Mariël, Giel J.M. Hutschemaekers, Peter J.C. Sleegers, and Marion J.C. van Hattum. 2013. "Education for What? Exploring Directions for the Professionalisation of Social Workers." British Journal of Social Work.
Wielers, Rudi, Maria Münderlein, and Ferry Koster. 2013. "Part-Time Work and Work Hour Preferences. An International Comparison." European Sociological Review.
Dreyfus, Hubert L. 1972. What computers can't do: A critique of artificial reason: Harper & Row New York.
Svein Bøe (2013). Iscenesettelser av sosialarbeiderrollen. Hvordan studenter lærer og utvikler yrkesrollen i praksis. Cappelen Damm, Oslo. (link)
Om boken (fra Cappelen Damm)
Gjennom et feltarbeid der forfatteren har fulgt studenter og veiledere, framstilles iscenesettelsen av sosialarbeiderrollen. Perspektivet som er valgt er et dramaturgisk samhandlingsperspektiv, som særlig vektlegger studentenes forsøk på å balansere praksisstedets krav og forventninger med egne ønsker og behov.
Donnelly, D. (2013). The Police Officer as Social Scientist – Some Reflections. The Police Journal, 86(1), 53-65. (link)
Evans, T. (2013). The Moral Economy of Street-Level Service. Paper presented at the Europeanization of public administration and policy: sharing values, norms and practices, Dubrovnik. (link)
Jacob, M., & Meek, V. L. (2013). Scientific mobility and international research networks: trends and policy tools for promoting research excellence and capacity building. Studies in Higher Education, 38(3), 331-344. (link)
Hamilton, L. S. et al (2013). Improving Accountability through Expanded Measures of Performance. Journal of Educational Administration, 51(4). (link)
Muzio, D. et al (2013). Professions and institutional change: Towards an institutionalist sociology of the professions. Journal of Management Studies. (link)
Price, S. L. et al. (2013). Choosing nursing as a career: a narrative analysis of millennial nurses' career choice of virtue. Nursing Inquiry. (link)
Siltala, J. (2013). New Public Management: The Evidence-Based Worst Practice? Administration & Society. (link)
Turk, M., et al (2013). Organizational stressors, work–family interface and the role of gender in the hospital: Experiences from Turkey. British Journal of Health Psychology. (link)
Vad Baunsgaard, V., & Clegg, S. (2013). ‘Walls or Boxes’: The Effects of Professional Identity, Power and Rationality on Strategies for Cross-Functional Integration. Organization Studies. (link)
Woodcock, S., & Reupert, A. (2013). Does training matter? Comparing the behaviour management strategies of pre-service teachers in a four-year program and those in a one-year program. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 41(1), 84-98. (link)
Douglas E. Rosenthal (1974). Lawyer and Client: Who's in Charge? New York: Russell Sage.
F. Fischer & H. Gottweiss (Eds., 2012). The Argumentative Turn Revisited: Public Policy as Communicative Practice. Durham: Duke University Press. (link)
Synopsis (fra Duke)
Rejecting the notion that policy analysis and planning are value-free technical endeavors, an argumentative approach takes into account the ways that policy is affected by other factors, including culture, discourse, and emotion. The contributors to this new collection consider how far argumentative policy analysis has come during the past two decades and how its theories continue to be refined through engagement with current thinking in social theory and with the real-life challenges facing contemporary policy makers.
Curtis, A. & A. Day (2013). The impact of specialist training on professional identity, organisational membership, organisational commitment, and stress in correctional psychologists. The British Journal of Forensic Practice, 15(2). (link)
Elwood, J. (2013). Educational assessment policy and practice: a matter of ethics. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice, 1-16. (link)
Evetts, J. (2013). Professionalism: Value and ideology. Current Sociology. (link)
Kahn, P. (2013). The informal curriculum: a case study on tutor reflexivity, corporate agency and medical professionalism. Teaching in Higher Education, 1-12. (link)
Franco, M & P. Tavares (2013). The Influence of Professional Identity on the Process of Nurses’ Training: An Empirical Study. Leadership in Health Services, 26(2). (link)
Newberry, M., et al (2013). Types of Professional and Emotional Coping Among Beginning Teachers. InEmotion and School: Understanding how the Hidden Curriculum Influences Relationships, Leadership, Teaching, and Learning (Advances in Research on Teaching)(Vol. 18). (link)
Messenger, W. (2013). Professional cultures and professional knowledge: owning, loaning and sharing. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 21(1), 138-149. (link)
Musselin, C. (2013). How peer review empowers the academic profession and university managers: Changes in relationships between the state, universities and the professoriate. Research Policy (0). (link)
Thorpe, C., & B. Jacobson(2013). Life politics, nature and the state: Giddens' sociological theory and The Politics of Climate Change. The British Journal of Sociology, 64(1), 99-122. (link)
Yavas, U., et al (2013). Who Is Likely to Quit Nursing Jobs? A Study in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Health Marketing Quarterly, 30(1), 80-96. (link)
Robert K. Merton (1976).Sociological Ambivalence and Other Essays. Collier Macmillan. London.
Synopsis (fra OUP):
In a volume consisting of nearly fifty newly-written chapters, a broad range of the world's leading scholars offer a comprehensive account of everything one needs to know about the modern welfare state.
Bache, I., & Reardon, L. (2013). An Idea Whose Time has Come? Explaining the Rise of Well-Being in British Politics. Political Studies. (link)
Deborah, N. et al (2013). OECDs gjennomgang av evaluering og valuering innen utdanning Norge. (link)
Edmond, N., & Hayler, M. (2013). On either side of the teacher: perspectives on professionalism in education. Journal of Education for Teaching, 39 (2), 209-221. (link)
Fuller, C. et al (2013). Being an advanced skills teacher: professional identity and status. Teachers and Teaching: theory and practice. (link)
Brekelmans, G. et al (2013). Factors Influencing Continuing Professional Development: A Delphi Study among Nursing Experts. European Journal of Training and Development, 37(1). (link)
Kidd, I. J. (2013). Feyerabend on Science and Education. Journal of Philosophy of Education. (link)
Lolk, A., & Kastrup, M. (2013). Knowledge of ethical guidelines: A survey of the Danish Psychiatric Association. Nord J Psychiatry. (link)
Notten, T. (2013). Researching, teaching and professional development: how to build quality and reflection into our MPA-programmes? Teaching Public Administration. (link)
O'Connor, C. (2013). Arendt, Jaspers, and the Politicized Physicists. Constellations, 20(1), 102-120. (link)
Shacklock, K., & Brunetto, Y. (2012). The intention to continue nursing: work variables affecting three nurse generations in Australia. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68(1), 36-46. (link)
W.G. Runciman (1967).Relative Deprivation and Social Justice. Routledge & Kegan Paul, London.
Synopsis (fra Palgrave)
Value and Virtue in Public Administrationgives an account of the recent developments and progress in public sector management and public service. It describes the progress made in the discipline of public administration, in theories related to public administration and in the practice of public administration in tackling the questions surrounding values and virtues.
Aasen, P. et al (2013). Knowledge Regimes and Contradictions in Education Reforms. Educational Policy. (link)
Campbell, D. (2013). Luhmann without tears: complex economic regulation and the erosion of the market sphere. Legal Studies, 33(1), 162-186. (link)
Capps, D. K., & Crawford, B. A. (2013). Inquiry-Based Professional Development: What does it take to support teachers in learning about inquiry and nature of science? International Journal of Science Education, 1-32. (link)
Dolan, P., G. L. (2013). Moving Up and Sliding Down: An Empirical Assessment of the Effect of Social Mobility on Subjective Wellbeing. CEP Discussion Paper (1190). (link)
Erde, E. (2013). Professionalism vs. Medical Ethics in the Current Era: A Battle of Giants? In J. R. Garrett et al (Eds.), The Development of Bioethics in the United States(Vol. 115, pp. 179-206): Springer Netherlands. (link)
Gemeda, F. T. et al (2013). Teachers’ professional development in schools: rhetoric versus reality. Professional Development in Education, 1-18. (link)
Kangas, O. E. et al(2013). When and why do ideas matter? The influence of framing on opinion formation and policy change. European Political Science Review, 1-20. (link)
Mansell, W. (2013). Misleading the public understanding of assessment: wilful or wrongful interpretation by government and media. Oxford Review of Education, 1-11. (link)
Vryonides, M., I. L. (2013). Education and social stratification across Europe. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 33(1/2). (link)
Veitch, K. (2013). Law, Social Policy, and the Constitution of Markets and Profit Making. Journal of Law and Society, 40(1), 137-154. (link)
Ronald Dworkin (1986).Law’s Empire. Belknap Press, Cambridge MA.
Synopsis (fra PM)
Since the 1970s the public commitment to social solidarity between citizens through comprehensive provision of welfare has been eroded by the imperatives of international markets. In this volume the problems posed to public intervention are analyzed. The contributors compare and evaluate how different countries have dealt with these challenges.
Torres, A. et al. (2012). "A Mysterious European Threesome: Work-care Regimes, Policies and Gender." International and Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Sciences 1(1). (link)
Dunn, A. (2011). "Only fools? Reconsidering the relationship between commitment to the work ethic and educational attainment." Journal of Education and Work 26(1): 1-20. (link)
Edmondson, A. C. and S. J. Singer (2012). "Confronting the Tension Between Learning and Performance." Reflections: The SoL Journal 11(4): 34-43. (link)
Go, J. C. (2012). "Teaching as goal-less and reflective design: a conversation with Herbert A. Simon and Donald Schön." Teachers and Teaching 18(5): 513-524. (link)
Holland, K. E., et al. (2013). "Professional Confidence: Conceptions Held by Novice Occupational Therapists in South Africa." Occupational Therapy International. (link)
Jackson, C. K. (2012). ""Recruiting, Retaining, and Creating Quality Teachers"." Nordic Economic Policy Review 3(1). (link)
Olsen, J. P. (2013). "The Institutional Basis of Democratic Accountability." West European Politics: 1-27. (link)
Pernicka, S. and S. Lücking (2012). "How Knowledge Shapes Collective Action: Professionalism, Market Closure and Bureaucracy in the Fields of University and Non-university Research." Journal of Industrial Relations 54(5): 579-595. (link)
van Hal, L., et al. "A sociological perspective on “the unmotivated client”: public accountability and professional work methods in vocational rehabilitation." Disability and Rehabilitation: 1-10. (link)
Weidner, T. (2012, bok). Die unpolitische Profession: Deutsche Mediziner im langen 19. Jahrhundert, Campus Verlag GmbH. (link)
Philip Selznick (1957). Leadership in Administration: a Sociological Interpretation. Evanston, IL: Row, Peterson.
Dawid, P., Twining, W., & Vasilaki, M. (2011). Evidence, Inference and Enquiry: OUP/British Academy. (link)
Synopsis (fra OUP)
Evidence - its nature and interpretation - is the key to many topical debates and concerns such as global warming, evolution, the search for weapons of mass destruction, DNA profiling, evidence-based medicine. In 2004 University College London launched a cross-disciplinary research programme "Evidence, Inference and Enquiry" to explore the question: "Can there be an integrated multidisciplinary science of evidence?" While this question was hotly contested and no clear final consensus emerged, much was learned on the journey. This book, based on the closing conference of the programme held at the British Academy in December 2007, illustrates the complexity of the subject, with 17 chapters written from a diversity of perspectives including Archaeology, Computer Science, Economics, Education, Health, History, Law, Psychology, Philosophy and Statistics. General issues covered include principles and systems for handling complex evidence, evidence for policy-making, and human evidence-processing, as well as the very possibility of systematising the study of evidence.
Bathmaker, A.-M. (2013 250113). Defining ‘knowledge’ in vocational education qualifications in England: an analysis of key stakeholders and their constructions of knowledge, purposes and content. Journal of Vocational Education & Training, 1-21. (link)
Bergman, D. M. (2013). The Role of Government and Lobbying in the Creation of a Health Profession: The Legal Foundations of Counseling. Journal of Counseling & Development, 91(1), 61-67. (link)
Cochran-Smith, M. et al.(2012). The Politics of Accountability: Assessing Teacher Education in the United States. The Educational Forum, 77(1), 6-27. (link)
Eigi, J. (2012). Two Millian Arguments: Using Helen Longino’s Approach to Solve the Problems Philip Kitcher Targeted with His Argument on Freedom of Inquiry. Studia Philosophica Estonica, 5(1). (link)
Evashwick, C. J. et al. (2013). Public Health as a Distinct Profession: Has It Arrived? Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. (link)
Haake, U. (2013). Caring and daring discourses at work: Doing gender through occupational choices in elderly care and police work. Vocations and Learning. (link)
Militello, B. et al. (2013). How professional standards guide practice for school principals. International Journal of Educational Management, 27(1). (link)
Miller, I. (2013). ‘A Prostitution of the Profession’? Forcible Feeding, Prison Doctors, Suffrage and the British State, 1909–1914. Social History of Medicine. (link)
Tsang, N. M. (2013). Knowledge, Professional and Practice Integration in Social Work Education. British Journal of Social Work. (link)
Tummers, L. G., et al. (2012). Public Professionals and Policy Implementation: Conceptualizing and Measuring Three Types of Role Conflicts. Public Management Review, 14(2). (link)
Raz, J. (1979).The Authority of Law. Essays on Law and Morality.Clarendon Press, Oxford.
McClain, L. C., & Grossman, J. L. (Eds. 2009 (paperback 2012)).Gender Equality : Dimensions of Women's Equal Citizenship. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (link)
Synopsis (fra CUP)
Distinguished scholars in law, political science and women's studies investigate the manydimensions of women's equal citizenship, including constitutional citizenship, democratic citizenship, social citizenship, sexual and reproductive citizenship and global citizenship. Gender Equality takes stock of the progress toward – and remaining impediments to – securing equal citizenship for women, develops strategies for pursuing that goal and identifies new questions that will shape further inquiries.
Bieńkowska, J. (2012). Organizational and Professional Commitment: The Comparative Study. Problems of Management in the 21st Century, 4, 21-29. (link)
Carter, M., & McNulty, Y. (2012). Teachers' professional development in response to the needs of third culture kids in the classroom. Journal of Educational Adminstration. (link)
Ell, F., & Grudnoff, L. (2012). The Politics of Responsibility: Teacher Education and “Persistent Underachievement” in New Zealand. The Educational Forum, 77(1), 73-86. (link)
Fisher, P., & Byrne, V. (2012). Identity, emotion and the internal goods of practice: a study of learning disability professionals. Sociology of Health & Illness, 34(1), 79-94. (link)
Hercelinskyj, G., Cruickshank, M., Brown, P., & Phillips, B. (2013). Perceptions from the front line: Professional identity in mental health nursing. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. (link)
Hughes, J. (2013). Theory of professional standards and ethical policing. In A. MacVean, P. et al. (Eds.), Handbook of Policing, Ethics and Profession Standards. Abingdon: Routledge. (link)
Klingner, J. et al. (2013). What Does It Take to Scale Up and Sustain Evidence-Based Practices? Exceptional Children, 79(2), 195-211. (link)
Rees, C. E. et al. (2013). Narrative, emotion and action: analysing ‘most memorable’ professionalism dilemmas. Medical Education, 47(1), 80-96. (link)
Russell, K., & Beaver, L. (2013). Professionalism Extends Beyond the Workplace. Journal of Nursing Regulation 110113, 3(4), 15-18. (link)
Visser, T. et al. (2012). The Learning Effects of a Multidisciplinary Professional Development Programme. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 1-18. (link)
Ernest Greenwood (1957). Attributes of a Profession.Social Work, 2(3), 45-55.
Campbell, A., & Broadhead, P. (2011). Working with children and young people : ethical debates and practices across disciplines and continents. Oxford: Peter Lang. (link)
Synopsis (fra Peter Lang): "This book provides an interdisciplinary perspective on working with young people, focusing on education, health and social work, and draws on projects and perspectives from the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada and Australia. The volume highlights the ethical challenges and dilemmas as these and other services are integrated and addresses how ethical practices are confronted and shared across disciplines.
Abel, R. L. (2012). Comparative Studies of Lawyer Deviance and Discipline. Legal Ethics, 15(2), 187-195. (link)
Arora Vm, F. et al. (2012). Professionalism in the era of duty hours: Time for a shift change? JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association, 308(21), 2195-2196. (link)
Creaton, J. (2012). Book review: Towards Professional Wisdom: Practical Deliberations in the People Professions. Probation Journal, 59(4), 426-427. (link)
Fisher, P., & Byrne, V. (2012). Identity, emotion and the internal goods of practice: a study of learning disability professionals. Sociology of Health & Illness, 34(1), 79-94. (link)
Harris, C. J., & Worden, R. E. (2012). The Effect of Sanctions on Police Misconduct. Crime & Delinquency. (link)
Hughes, A. G., & Teodoro, M. P. (2012). Assessing Professionalism: Street-Level Attitudes and Agency Accreditation. State and Local Government Review. (link)
McAllister, J. W. (2012). Climate Science Controversies and the Demand for Access to Empirical Data. Philosophy of Science, 79(5), 871-880. (link)
O’Brien, P. (2012). The standard bearers: Governing teachers through professional standards. 2012 TASA Conference Emerging and enduring inequalities: Proceedings of the annual conference of The Australian Sociological Association. (link)
Resh, W. G., & Pitts, D. W. (2012). No Solutions, Only Trade-Offs? Evidence about Goal Conflict in Street-Level Bureaucracies. Public Administration Review. (link)
Ruohotie-Lyhty, M. (2013). Struggling for a professional identity: Two newly qualified language teachers' identity narratives during the first years at work. Teaching and Teacher Education, 30(0), 120-129. (link)
Larson, M. S. (2013). The Rise of Professionalism: Monopolies of Competence and Sheltered Markets. Transaction Publishers, New Jersey. (Ny utgave med splitter ny introduksjon av Larson, link)
Henry Egidius (2011). Etik och profession: i en tid av ökande privatisering och myndighetskontroll. Stockholm: Natur och kultur. (link)
Synopsis (fra forlaget)
Genom krav på högskoleutbildning och forskningsförankring har flera yrken under de senaste decennierna fått status som professioner. Samtidigt medför privatiseringar och ökad myndighetskontroll helt nya etiska dilemman för många anställda, inte minst inom den människovårdande sektorn och skolan.
I Etik och profession visar Henry Egidius hur man som professionell kan förhålla sig etiskt till kraven i dagens arbetsliv. Etiska grundbegrepp belyses med konkreta exempel ur arbetslivet och förklaras i ett historiskt perspektiv. Sammantaget ger det läsaren en förståelse av professionell etik som sträcker sig långt vidare än formuleringarna i yrkesorganisationernas etiska regler och riktlinjer.
Adam, K. et al. (2012). Knowledge, skills and professional behaviours required by occupational therapist and physiotherapist beginning practitioners in work-related practice: A systematic review. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal. (link)
Adler, P. et al. (2012). The Mutation of Professionalism As a Contested Diffusion Process: Clinical Guidelines As Carriers of Institutional Change in Medicine. Journal of Management Studies. (link)
Bellmann, L., & Stephani, J. (2012). Effects of double qualifications on various dimensions of job satisfaction. Empirical Research in Vocational Education and Training, 4(2), 95-114. (link)
Bowman, R. (2012). Understanding What it Means to Be a Professional. The Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas, 86(1), 17-20. (link)
Glaesser, J., & Cooper, B. (2012). Gender, parental education, and ability: their interacting roles in predicting GCSE success. Cambridge Journal of Education, 42(4), 463-480. (link)
Iacobucci, T. A. et al. (2012). Professional values, self-esteem, and ethical confidence of baccalaureate nursing students. Nursing Ethics. (link)
Kotzee, B. (2012). Expertise, fluency and social realism about professional knowledge. Journal of Education and Work, 1-18. (link)
Lefsrud, L. M., & Meyer, R. E. (2012). Science or Science Fiction? Professionals’ Discursive Construction of Climate Change. Organization Studies, 33(11), 1477-1506. (link)
Oyetunde, M. O., & Brown, V. B. (2012). Professional Accountability: Implications for Primary Healthcare Nursing Practice. JONA's Healthcare Law, Ethics and Regulation, 14(4). (link)
Weller, J.-M. (2012). An Ethnographer among Street-Level Bureaucrats and New Public Management. Working Papers CEB. (link)
Janis, I. L., & Leon Mann, J. (1979). Decision Making: Psychological Analysis of Conflict, Choice, and Commitment. “The” Free Press.
Silvio Waisbord (2013). Reinventing Professionalism : Journalism and News in Global Perspective. Polity. (link)
Synopsis (fra Polity)
Current anxiety about the future of news makes it opportune to revisit the notion of professionalism in journalism. Media expert Silvio Waisbord takes this pressing issue as his theme and argues that “professional journalism” is both a normative and analytical notion. It refers to reporting that observes certain ethical standards as well as to collective efforts by journalists to exercise control over the news. Professionalism should not be narrowly associated with the normative ideal as it historically developed in the West during the past century. Instead, it needs to be approached as a valuable concept to throw into sharp relief how journalists define conditions and rules of work within certain settings. Professionalization is about the specialization of labor and control of occupational practice. These issues are important, particularly amidst the combination of political, technological and economic trends that have profoundly unsettled the foundations of modern journalism. By doing so, they have stimulated the reinvention of professionalism. This engaging and insightful book critically examines the meanings, expectations, and critiques of professional journalism in a global context.
Byszewski, A. et al. (2012). Wanted: role models - medical students' perceptions of professionalism. BMC Medical Education, 12(1), 115. (link)
Cockburn-Wootten, C. (2012). Critically unpacking professionalism in hospitality: Knowledge, meaningful work and dignity. Hospitality & Society, 2(2), 215-230. (link)
Delattre, M., & Ocler, R. (2012). Professionalism and organization: polysemy of concepts and narratives of actors. Society and business review. (link)
Goodman, R., & Burton, D. (2012). What is the nature of the achievement gap, why does it persist and are government goals sufficient to create social justice in the education system? Education 3-13, 40(5), 500-514. (link)
Hansen-Thomas, H., Casey, P. J., & Grosso, L. (2012). Multiplying the Effect of Professional Development: Teachers Training Teachers. TESOL Journal(link)
Lambert, P. et al. (2013). Occupation, Education and Social Inequalities: A Case Study Linking Survey Data Sources to an Urban Microsimulation Analysis. In F. Pagliara, M. de Bok, D. Simmonds & A. Wilson (Eds.), Employment Location in Cities and Regions(pp. 203-222): Springer Berlin Heidelberg. (link)
McCammon, S. (2012). How Virtue Ethics Informs Medical Professionalism. HEC Forum, 1-16. (link)
Stevens, S. (2012). Surgeons’ professional identity and patient safety: time for change. Social Science & Medicine(0). (link)
Thomson, D. (2012). 'Teaching' Formation of Professional Identity.U Denver Legal Studies (link)
Tomlinson, J. et al. (2012). Structure, agency and the career strategies of white women and black and minority ethnic individuals in the legal profession. Human Relations. (link)
Richard A. Posner (1999). “Professionalism” iThe Problematics of Moral and Legal Theory. Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA.
Jensen, K., Lahn, L. C., & Nerland, M. (2012). Professional Learning in the Knowledge Society: Sense Publishers. (link)
Synopsis (fra Sense)
This book presents an entirely new approach to professional learning based on perspectives of the knowledge society and, in particular, an interpretation of Knorr Cetina’s work on scientific ‘epistemic cultures’. Starting with a conceptual chapter and followed by a suite of empirical studies from accountancy, education, nursing and software engineering, the book elaborates how: a) knowledge production and circulation take distinct forms in those fields; b) how the knowledge objects of practice in those fields engross and engage professionals and, in the process, people and knowledge are transformed by this engagement. By foregrounding an explicit concern for the role of knowledge in professional learning, the book goes much farther than the current fashion for describing ‘practice-based learning’. It will therefore be of considerable interest to the research, policy, practitioner and student communities involved with professional education/learning or interested in innovation and knowledge development in the professions.
Baxter, J.-A. (2012). The impact of professional learning on the teaching identities of higher education lecturers. EURODL, 2. (link)
Hassi, A. (2012). Islamic perspectives on training and professional development. Journal of Management Development, 31(10). (link)
Heinen, M. M. et al. (2012). Nurses’ intention to leave their profession: A cross sectional observational study in 10 European countries. International Journal of Nursing Studies(0). (link)
Heller, J. (2012). Medical Professionalism, Revenue Enhancement, and Self-Interest: An Ethically Ambiguous Association. HEC Forum, 1-9. (link)
Holden, M. et al. (2012). Professional Identity Formation in Medical Education: The Convergence of Multiple Domains. HEC Forum, 1-11. (link)
Katzav, J. et al. (2012). Assessing climate model projections: State of the art and philosophical reflections. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 43(4), 258-276. (link)
MahonyFollow, K. (2012). The Politics of Professionalism: Some implications for the occupation of Ambulance Paramedics in Australia. Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care, 1(3). (link)
McClelland, L. E. et al. (2012). Changes in nurses’ decision making during a 12-h day shift. Occupational Medicine. (link)
McCrady, B. S. (2012). Overcoming the Glass Ceiling: Views From the Cellar and the Roof. Behavior Therapy, 43(4), 718-720. (link)
Rothland, M. (2012). The professional motivation, job-related beliefs and patterns of work-related coping behaviour of teacher training students. In J. König (Ed.), Teachers' Pedagogical Beliefs. Definition and Operationalisation - Connections to Knowledge and Performance - Development and Change (pp. 71-90). Münster: Waxman. (link)
Paul Starr (1982).The Social Transformation of American Medicine:The Rise of a Sovereign Profession and the Making of a Vast Industry. Basic Books.
Charles F. Manski(2013). Public Policy in an Uncertain World.Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA. (link)
Public policy advocates routinely assert that “research has shown” a particular policy to be desirable. But how reliable is the analysis in the research they invoke? And how does that analysis affect the way policy is made, on issues ranging from vaccination to minimum wage to FDA drug approval? Charles Manski argues here that current policy is based on untrustworthy analysis. By failing to account for uncertainty in an unpredictable world, policy analysis misleads policy makers with expressions of certitude.Public Policy in an Uncertain Worldcritiques the status quo and offers an innovation to improve how policy research is conducted and how policy makers use research.
Craft, J. (2012). A Review of the Empirical Ethical Decision-Making Literature: 2004–2011. Journal of Business Ethics, 1-39. (link)
Girth, A. M. (2012). A Closer Look at Contract Accountability: Exploring the Determinants of Sanctions for Unsatisfactory Contract Performance. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. (link)
Karmali, S. (2012). The Effect of Professional Identity on Comprehensiveness in Strategic Decision Making: Physician Executives in the Canadian Health Care Context. Advances in Health Care Management, 13. (link)
Meni Koslowsky et al. (2012). "Ease of movement and sector affiliation as moderators of the organizational and career commitment: Turnover intentions link". International Journal of Manpower, 33(7), 822 - 839. (link)
Neimeyer, G. J., et al. (2012). On hope and possibility: Does continuing professional development contribute to ongoing professional competence? Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 43(5), 476-486. (link)
Norman, G. (2012). On competence, curiosity and creativity. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 1-3. (link)
Oberfield, Z. (2012). Motivation, Change, and Stability: Findings From an Urban Police Department. The American Review of Public Administration. (link)
Perry, K. (2012). Framing trust at the street level: an empirical interpretive study of distrust and trust between frontline public sector employees and young men with minority ethnic backgrounds in Denmark.PhD, Roskilde, Roskilde. (link)
Silverman, E. (2012). The Branding of a Profession: Time to Reflect. Social Work. (link)
Sochos, A., & Bowers, A. (2012). Burnout, occupational stressors, and social support in psychiatric and medical trainees. The European Journal of Psychiatry, 26, 196-206. (link)
John Kultgen. (1988).Ethics and professionalism. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia.
Makary, M. (2012). Unaccountable: What Hospitals Won't Tell You and How Transparency Can Revolutionize Health Care. Bloomsbury Press, New York. (link)
Synopsis (fra Bloomsbury)
The healthcare system is an intricate maze controlled by doctors and hospitals. Patients need to know more of what healthcare workers know. Healthcare's real problem is its wide range of quality, and its lack of transparency. Transparency in healthcare would expose bad outliers, reward good performance, and force positive change nationally, using the power of the free market. Our broken healthcare system is in desperate need of simple, non-partisan reform. Unaccountable is a powerful, no-nonsense diagnosis for healing our hospitals and reforming our healthcare system.
Bradley, C. et al. (2012). Faithful But Different: Clinical Social Workers Speak Out About Career Motivation and Professional Values. Journal of Social Work Education, 48(3), 459-477. (link)
Brown, B. et al. (2012). (2012). Struggling for subversion: Service user movements and limits to the impact of client led accountability.Transgressive Culture, 2(1). (link)
Cook, L. (2012). Building and maintaining accountability in the public sector. Public Sector, 34(4), 24. (link)
Grady, M. D., & Cantor, M. (2012). Strengthening the Professional Selves of Social Workers Through the Lens of Self Psychology. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 82(4), 401-417. (link)
Kaur, B. (2012). Equity and social justice in teaching and teacher education. Teaching and Teacher Education, 28(4), 485-492. (link)
Lindberg, O. (2012). Gatekeepers of a profession? Employability as capital in the recruitment of medical interns. Journal of Education and Work, 1-22. (link)
Lindley, J., & Machin, S. (2012). The Quest for More and More Education: Implications for Social Mobility. Fiscal Studies, 33(2), 265-286. (link)
Ryan, M., & Bourke, T. (2012). The teacher as reflexive professional: making visible the excluded discourse in teacher standards. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 1-13. (link)
Seeberg, M. L. (2012). Immigrant careworkers and Norwegian gender equality: Institutions, identities, intersections. European Journal of Women's Studies, 19(2), 173-185. (link)
Turow, J. (2012). Nurses and doctors in prime time series: The dynamics of depicting professional power. Nursing Outlook, 60(5, Supplement), 4-S11. (link)
Tore Lindbekk (1974).Skolesosiologi.Oslo.
Eileen Gambrill (2012). Propaganda in the Helping Professions.Oxford University Press, Oxford. (link)
Synopsis (fra OUP):
Propaganda in the helping professions has grown by leaps and bounds in recent decades, with alarming implications for clients and their families, as well as the professionals who try to help them. There is a fog that has been generated by corporate interests and organizations attempting to sell their services and products to desperate or poorly educated consumers. Propaganda in the Helping Professions is a guide to lifting the confusion. From phrenology to institutional crib-beds for adult psychiatric patients, from Roman bird-beak masks to drugs designed to combat overurination, readers are taken on a tour across the centuries of egregious practices of professionals and quacks including the present-day medicalization of our lives. The author, one of the field's most relentless critics of fads, phonies, and fallacies, shows readers how to think critically about both research and advertising in order to deliver effective services to clients and not be bamboozled by bogus claims about alleged problems, risks, and remedies.
Ashcraft, K. L. et al.(2012). Professionalization as a Branding Activity: Occupational Identity and the Dialectic of Inclusivity-Exclusivity. Gender, Work & Organization, 19(5), 467-488. (link)
Belar, C. D. (2012). Reflections on the Future: Psychology as a Health Profession. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, No Pagination Specified. (link)
Brandsma, G. J., & Schillemans, T. (2012). The Accountability Cube: Measuring Accountability. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. (link)
Brodkin, E. Z. (2012). Book Review: Reflections on Street-Level Bureaucracy: Past, Present, and Future Public Administration Review. Wiley Subscription Services, Inc. (link)
Clark, R. (2012). Professional Control and Professional Learning. In R. Clark, D. W. Livingstone & H. Smaller (Eds.), Teacher Learning and Power in the Knowledge Society(Vol. 5, pp. 145-160): SensePublishers. (link)
Joakim Caspersen, E. H., Hilde Karlsen. (2012). Ulikhet i høyere utdanning. En litteraturgjennomgang for perioden 2002-2012. NIFU-rapport (Vol. 32). Oslo. (link)
Martin, D. (2012). Police, Urban Space, Politics, and Responsibility. Urban Geography, 33(7), 936-939. (link)
Maynard-Moody, S., & Musheno, M. (2012). Social Equities and Inequities in Practice: Street-Level Workers as Agents and Pragmatists. Public Administration Review. (link)
Meehan, T. C. (2012). The Careful Nursing Philosophy and Professional Practice Model. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21(19pt20), 2905-2916. (link)
Young, N. M., et al. (2012). Professional Advancement: Why Gender Differences Matter. Otolaryngology -- Head and Neck Surgery, 147(2 suppl), P14. (link)
Wilbert E. Moore (1970).The Professions: Roles and Rules. Russell Sage Foundation, New York.
Feyerabend, Paul (2011). The Tyranny of Science. Polity Press, Cambridge. (link)
Synopsis (fra Polity)
In this wide-ranging and accessible book Feyerabend challenges some modern myths about science, including the myth that ‘science is successful’. He argues that some very basic assumptions about science are simply false and that substantial parts of scientific ideology were created on the basis of superficial generalizations that led to absurd misconceptions about the nature of human life.
Ahva, L. (2012). Public journalism and professional reflexivity. Journalism. (link)
Beddoe, L. (2012). Knowledge-in-Practice in the Caring Professions: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Australian Social Work, 65(3), 435-437. (link)
Evetts, J. et al. (2012). New public management and professionals in the public sector. What new patterns beyond opposition? Sociologie du Travail(0). (link)
Goldie, J. (2012). Assessment of professionalism: A consolidation of current thinking. Medical Teacher, 0(0), e1-e5. (link)
Hanson, J. (2012). From me to we: Transforming values and building professional community through narratives. Nurse Education in Practice(0). (link)
Hofmann, I. (2012). The role of caregivers in health care : Historical backgrounds and current conflict situations. Bundesgesundheitsblatt Gesundheitsforschung Gesundheitsschutz, 55(9), 1161-1167. (link)
Leland, R. J., & Wietmarschen, H. v. (2012). Reasonableness, Intellectual Modesty, and Reciprocity in Political Justification. Ethics, 122(4), 721-747. (link)
Nerland, M. (2012). Professions as Knowledge Cultures
In D. W. Livingstone & D. Guile (Eds.), The Knowledge Economy and Lifelong Learning(Vol. 4, pp. 207-228): SensePublishers. (link)
Thomas, L., Bland, D., & Duckworth, V. (2012). Teachers as advocates for widening participation. Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 14(2), 40-58. (link)
Zeren, S. G. (2012). Can Piaget, Freud or Erikson Explain my Self-Development? Preservice teachers’ Personal Evaluation. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 46(0), 2445-2450. (link)
Dan C. Lortie (1975).Schoolteacher: A Sociological Study.University of Chicago Press, Chicago,
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Kuhlmann, E., & Annandale, E. (2012). The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Healthcare. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. (link)
Kuhlmann, E., & Annandale, E. (2012) Current Sociology: Transforming Health Services and Policy: New International Experiences.60(4). (link)
Bernat, J. L. (2012). Restoring medical professionalism. Neurology, 79(8), 820-827. doi: (link)
DeMatteo, D. J., & Reeves, S. (2012). Introducing first year students to interprofessionalism: Exploring professional identity in the “enterprise culture”: A Foucauldian analysis. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 0(0), null. (link)
Farhat, D. (2012). Bookworms and party animals: an artificial labour market with human and social capital accumulation. Journal of Education and Work, 1-42. (link)
Fortney, S. S. (2012). Law as a Profession: Examining the Role of Accountability. Fordham Urban Law Journal, 40(1). (link)
Muzio, D., & Tomlinson, J. (2012). Editorial: Researching Gender, Inclusion and Diversity in Contemporary Professions and Professional Organizations. Gender, Work & Organization: OBS: Special issue!, 19(5), 455-466. (link)
O'Donoghue, M. (2012). Putting working-class mothers in their place: social stratification, the field of education, and Pierre Bourdieu's theory of practice. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 1-18. (link)
Pedder, D., & Opfer, V. D. (2012). Professional learning orientations: patterns of dissonance and alignment between teachers’ values and practices. Research Papers in Education, 1-32. (link)
Saunders, R. (2012). The role of teacher emotions in change: Experiences, patterns and implications for professional development. Journal of Educational Change, 1-31. (link)
Selmer, J., Jonasson, C., & Lauring, J. (2012). Knowledge processing and faculty engagement in multicultural university settings: A social learning perspective. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 1-19. (link)
Swinney, L. & B. Elder. (2012). Promoting Professionalism: Lessons from the Medical and Legal Professions. Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting, 16. (link)
Mark Granovetter (1974).Getting a job: A study of contacts and careers. Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago.
Kinsella, E. A., & Pitman, A. (2012). Phronesis as Professional Knowledge: Practical Wisdom in the Professions. Sense Publishers. (link)
Synopsis (fra Sense)
This book originated from a conversation amongst an interdisciplinary group of scholars from education, health, philosophy, and sociology, who share concerns that something of fundamental importance - of moral significance - is missing from the vision of what it means to be a professional. The contributors consider the ways in which phronesis offers a generative possibility for reconsidering the professional knowledge of practitioners.
Buchan, J. (2012). Nurses' turnover: reviewing the evidence, heeding the results? Journal of Advanced Nursing. (link)
Chiller, P., & Crisp, B. R. (2012). Sticking Around: Why and How Some Social Workers Stay in the Profession. Practice, 1-14. (link)
Johnson, M., et al. (2012). Professional identity and nursing: contemporary theoretical developments and future research challenges. International Nursing Review(link)
Klein, H. J., et al.(2012). RECONCEPTUALIZING WORKPLACE COMMITMENT TO REDRESS A STRETCHED CONSTRUCT: REVISITING ASSUMPTIONS AND REMOVING CONFOUNDS. Academy of Management Review, 37(1), 130-151. (link)
Meyers, C., Wyatt, W. N., Borden, S. L., & Wasserman, E. (2012). Professionalism, Not Professionals. Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 27(3), 189-205. (link)
Millen, F., & Stephens, M. (2012). Police Authorities, Accountability, and Citizenship. Policing. (link)
Nitsche, S., et al. (2012). Teachers' professional goal orientations: Importance for further training and sick leave. Learning and Individual Differences(0). (link)
Pendergast, D., et al. (2011). Pre-Service Student-Teacher Self-Efficacy Beliefs: An Insight into the Making of Teachers. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 36(12), 46-57. (link)
Wilkinson, T. J., et al. (2012). Professionalism in its time and place: some implications for medical education. N Z Med J, 125(1358), 64-73. (link)
Zajacova, A., et al. (2012). Glitch in the gradient: Additional education does not uniformly equal better health. Social Science & Medicine(0). (link)
Dennis F. Thompson (1987). Political Ethics and Public Office. Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA.
Bengson, J., & Moffett, M. A. (2011). Knowing how : essays on knowledge, mind and action. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (link)
Synopsis (fra OUP)
Knowing How covers a broad range of topics dealing with tacit and procedural knowledge, the psychology of skill, expertise, intelligence and intelligent action, the nature of ability, the syntax and semantics of embedded questions, the mind-body
problem, phenomenal character, epistemic injustice, moral knowledge, the epistemology of logic, linguistic competence, the connection between knowledge and understanding, and the relation between theory and practice.
Barilan, Y., & Brusa, M. (2012). Deliberation at the hub of medical education: beyond virtue ethics and codes of practice. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 1-10. (link)
Brennan, D., & Timmins, F. (2012). Changing institutional identities of the student nurse. Nurse Education Today(0). (link)
Brook, A. (2012). What is Education?: Re-reading metaphysics in search of foundations. New Blackfriars. (link)
Currie, G. et al. (2012). Institutional Work to Maintain Professional Power: Recreating the Model of Medical Professionalism. Organization Studies, 33(7), 937-962. (link)
Evetts, J. (2012). Professions in European and UK markets: the European professional federations. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 20(11). doi: (link)
Harfield, C. (2012). Police Informers and Professional Ethics. Criminal Justice Ethics, 1-23. (link)
Kim, J.-H. (2012). Teacher action research as Bildung: An application of Gadamer’s philosophical hermeneutics to teacher professional development. Journal of Curriculum Studies, (link)
Morales-Vives, F. et al. (2012). To what extent do student teachers have the values required for the profession? Research Papers in Education, 1-14. (link)
Rice, D. (2012). Street-Level Bureaucrats and the Welfare State: Toward a Micro-Institutionalist Theory of Policy Implementation. Administration & Society. (link)
Taylor, B. J. (2012). Models for professional judgement in social work. European Journal of Social Work, 1-17. (link)
Thomas Mathiesen (1965): The defence of the weak : a sociological study of aspects of a Norwegian correctional institution. Tavistock Publications Ltd, London.
Marsh, J. (2011). Class dismissed : why we cannot teach or learn our way out of inequality. New York: Monthly Review. (link)
Synopsis (fra Monthly Review)
In Class Dismissed , John Marsh debunks a myth cherished by journalists, politicians, and economists: that growing poverty and inequality in the United States can be solved through education. Using sophisticated analysis combined with personal experience in the classroom, Marsh not only shows that education has little impact on poverty and inequality, but that our mistaken beliefs actively shape the way we structure our schools and what we teach in them.
Adamson, C. (2012). Social Work Under Pressure: How to Overcome Stress, Fatigue and Burnout in the Workplace. Australian Social Work, 65(2), 270-272. (Bokanmeldelse) (link)
Cowin, L. S., & Eagar, S. C. (2012). Collegial relationship breakdown: A qualitative exploration of nurses in acute care settings. Collegian: Journal of the Royal College of Nursing Australia(0). (link)
Hall, D. et al. (2012). Leadership, New Public Management and the re-modelling and regulation of teacher identities. International Journal of Leadership in Education, 1-18. (link)
Keeling, J., & Templeman, J. (2012). An exploratory study: Student nurses' perceptions of professionalism. Nurse Education in Practice(0). (link)
Krueger, T. et al. (2012). The role of expert opinion in environmental modelling. Environmental Modelling & Software, 36(0), 4-18. (link)
Maharg, P. (2012). Associated life': democratic professionalism and the moral imagination. In Z. Bankowski (Ed.), The Moral Imagination and the Legal Life. Beyond Text in legal Education. Aldershot: Ashgate. (link)
Matt, S. B. (2012). Ethical and Legal Issues Associated With Bullying in the Nursing Profession. Journal of Nursing Law, 15(1), 9-13. (link)
Park, M. et al. (2012). The relationship of ethics education to moral sensitivity and moral reasoning skills of nursing students. Nursing Ethics. (link)
Salisbury, E., & Frankel, A. (2012). Just how prepared can we expect new medical graduates to be? Postgraduate Medical Journal. (link)
Traube, D. E. et al. (2012). Teaching Evidence-Based Social Work in Foundation Practice Courses: Learning from Pedagogical Choices of Allied Fields. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 9(3), 241-259. (link)
Kenneth J. Arrow (1963). Uncertainty and the Welfare Economics of Medical Care. The American Economic Review. Vol. 53, No. 5. pp. 941-973 (link)
Anna Reid et al. (red.) (2011). From Expert Student to Novice Professional. Springer, Dordrecht. (link)
Synopsis (fra Springer)
This book presents a model of professional learning fashioned out of a decade of research undertaken in countries half a world away from each other—Sweden and Australia. It uses empirical research gathered from students and teachers to show how students negotiate the forms of professional knowledge they encounter as part of their studies and how they integrate their understandings of a future professional world with professional knowledge and learning. It reveals that as students move from seeing themselves as learners, they take on more of a novice professional identity which in turn provides a stronger motivation for their formal studies.
David, R. J., Sine, W. D., & Haveman, H. A. (2012). Seizing Opportunity in Emerging Fields: How Institutional Entrepreneurs Legitimated the Professional Form of Management Consulting. Organization Science. (link)
de Lancer Julnes, P. (2012). Accountability Unbound. Public Administration Review. (link)
Doyle, E., Frecknall Hughes, J., & Summers, B. (2012). An Empirical Analysis of the Ethical Reasoning of Tax Practitioners. Journal of Business Ethics, 1-15. (link)
Fasting, R. B. (2012). Adapted education: the Norwegian pathway to inclusive and efficient education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 1-14. (link)
Findlow, S. (2012). Higher Education Change and Professional-Academic Identity in Newly "Academic" Disciplines: The Case of Nurse Education. Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning, 63(1), 117-133. (link)
Izadinia, M. (2012). A review of research on student teachers’ professional identity. British Educational Research Journal, 1-20. (link)
Karlsson, M. (2012). Emotional identification with teacher identities in student teachers’ narrative interaction. European Journal of Teacher Education, 1-14. (link)
Trede, F., Macklin, R., & Bridges, D. (2012). Professional identity development: a review of the higher education literature. [Article]. Studies in Higher Education, 37(3), 365-384. (link)
Tummers, L., Vermeeren, B., Steijn, B., & Bekkers, V. (2012). Public Professionals and Policy implementation. Public Management Review, 1-19. (link)
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Ronald Dworkin (1977).Taking Rights Seriously.Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA.
Dorling, D. (2010).Injustice : why social inequality persists. Bristol: Policy Press. (Link)
Synopsis (fra Policy)
Few would dispute that we live in an unequal and unjust world, but what causes this inequality to persist? Leading social commentator and academic Danny Dorling claims in this timely book that in rich countries inequality is no longer caused by not having enough resources to share, but by unrecognised and unacknowledged beliefs which actually propagate it. Based on significant research across a range of fields, in "Injustice" Dorling argues that, as the five social evils identified by Beveridge at the dawn of the British welfare state are gradually being eradicated (ignorance, want, idleness, squalor and disease), they are being replaced by five new tenets of injustice, that: elitism is efficient; exclusion is necessary; prejudice is natural; greed is good; and, despair is inevitable. In an informal yet authoritative style, Dorling examines who is most harmed by these injustices and why, and what happens to those who most benefit. Hard-hitting and uncompromising in its call to action, this is essential reading for everyone concerned with social justice.
Ashcraft, K. L., Muhr, S. L., Rennstam, J., & Sullivan, K. (2012). Professionalization as a Branding Activity: Occupational Identity and the Dialectic of Inclusivity-Exclusivity. Gender, Work & Organization. (Link)
Cheng, M. (2012). Accountability and professionalism: a contradiction in terms? Higher Education Research & Development, 1-11. (Link)
Evetts, J. (2012). Professionalism in Turbulent Times: Changes, Challenges and Opportunities. Paper presented at the Propel International Conference, Stirling. (Link)
Fontenot, H. B., Hawkins, J. W., & Weiss, J. A. (2012). Cognitive dissonance experienced by nurse practitioner faculty. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. (Link)
Hamman, D., et al. (2012). Teacher Possible Selves: How Thinking about the Future Contributes to the Formation of Professional Identity. Self and Identity, 1-30. (Link)
Hassan, S., & Rohrbaugh, J. (2012). Variability in the Organizational Climate of Government Offices and Affective Organizational Commitment. Public Management Review, 1-22. (Link)
Molina, A. D., & McKeown, C. L. (2012). The Heart of the Profession:Understanding Public Service Values. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 18(2). (Link)
Kirmayer, L. J. (2012) Cultural competence and evidence-based practice in mental health: Epistemic communities and the politics of pluralism. Social Science & Medicine (0). (Link)
Rixon, A., & Ward, R. (2012). What Difference Does It Make?: Social Work Practice and Post-Qualifying Awards. Practice, 1-13. (Link)
Van Maele, D., & Van Houtte, M. (2012) The role of teacher and faculty trust in forming teachers' job satisfaction: Do years of experience make a difference? Teaching and Teacher Education(0). (Link)
Harold Perkin. (1989).The rise of professional society : England since 1880. London: Routledge.
C. B. Cuadra og O. Fransson (red., 2012). Tillit och förtroende : Ständiga utmaningar för professioner. Gleerups, Malmö. (link)
Synopsis (fra Gleerups):
Professionella har ett stort kunskapsövertag gentemot medborgarna. I de flesta fall gör vi inte någon kontroll av deras kunskaper, utan vi litar på dem. Vi har tillit till de professionella och förtroende för professionerna. Hur kommer det sig, egentligen? Vad händer med förtroendet och tilliten när arbetsvillkoren förändras? Hur etableras förtroende och tillit mellan klienter och professionella? I den här boken diskuteras dessa frågor utifrån olika professioner och professionella; poliser, socionomer, sjuksköterskor, revisorer och psykologer.
Cheung, C.-k. (2012). Public Policies that Help Foster Social Inclusion. Social Indicators Research, 1-22. (link)
Cole, P. L. (2012). You want me to do what? Ethical practice within interdisciplinary collaborations. Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 1(9). (link)
El Metwally, D. et al. (2012). Medical professionalism adapted to faith and cultural beliefs. Medical Education, 46(5), 524-525. (link)
Flynn, L. et al (2012). Nurses’ Practice Environments, Error Interception Practices, and Inpatient Medication Errors. Journal of Nursing Scholarship. (link)
Laschinger, H. K. S. et al. (2012). Authentic leadership, empowerment and burnout: a comparison in new graduates and experienced nurses. Journal of Nursing Management. (link)
Noblitt, R., & Noblitt, P. (2012). Social security disability criteria and substance dependence. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 43(2), 94-99. (link)
Rego, C. et al.(2012). Higher Education and Social Cohesion. Higher Education of Social Science, 2(2). (link)
Skovsgaard, M. et al. (2012). A reality check: How journalists’ role perceptions impact their implementation of the objectivity norm. Journalism. (link)
Stewart, J. (2012). Reflecting on reflection: increasing health and social care students’ engagement and enthusiasm for reflection. Reflective Practice, 1-15. (link)
Thompson, M. C. (2012). Professional autonomy of occupational health nurses in the United States. Workplace Health & Safety, 60(4), 159-165. (link)
Collins, R. (1979).The credential society : an historical sociology of education and stratification. New York: Academic Press.
Bauer, J., & Harteis, C. (Eds.). (2012). Human Fallibility. The Ambiguity of Errors for Work and Learning(Vol. 6). Dordrecht: Springer. (Link)
Synopsis (fra Springer):
A curious ambiguity surrounds errors in professional working contexts: they must be avoided in case they lead to adverse (and potentially disastrous) results, yet they also hold the key to improving our knowledge and procedures. In a further irony, it seems that a prerequisite for circumventing errors is our remaining open to their potential occurrence and learning from them when they do happen. This volume, the first to integrate interdisciplinary perspectives on learning from errors at work, presents theoretical concepts and empirical evidence in an attempt to establish under what conditions professionals deal with errors at work productively—in other words, learn the lessons they contain. By drawing upon and combining cognitive and action-oriented approaches to human error with theories of adult, professional, and workplace learning this book provides valuable insights which can be applied by workers and professionals. It includes systematic theoretical frameworks for explaining learning from errors in daily working life, methodologies and research instruments that facilitate the measurement of that learning, and empirical studies that investigate relevant determinants of learning from errors in different professions. Written by an international group of distinguished researchers from various disciplines, the chapters paint a comprehensive picture of the current state of the art in research on human fallibility and (learning from) errors at work.
Austin, W. (2012). Moral Distress and the Contemporary Plight of Health Professionals. HEC Forum, 1-12. (Link)
Bradley, S. et al. (2012). The relationship between continuing education and perceived competence, professional support, and professional value among clinical psychologists. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 32(1), 31-38. (Link)
Rødal, C. (2012). Sykepleiere trenger flerkulturell kompetanse.Sykepleien, 4. (Link)
Dyer, M. A., & Taylor, S. M. (2012). Supporting professional identity in undergraduate Early Years students through reflective practice. Reflective Practice, 1-13. (Link)
Edwards, A., & Daniels, H. (2012). The knowledge that matters in professional practices. Journal of Education and Work, 25(1), 39-58. (Link)
Groot, E. d., Jaarsma et al. (2012). Critically reflective work behavior of health care professionals. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 32(1), 48-57. (Link)
Lustig, A. (2012). Conscience, Professionalism, and Pluralism. Christian Bioethics. doi: (Link)
Nerland, M., & Jensen, K. (2012). Epistemic practices and object relations in professional work. Journal of Education and Work, 25(1), 101-120. (Link)
Re, E. D. (2012). The Causes of Popular Dissatisfaction with the Legal Profession. St. John's law review, 68(1), 3. (Link)
Stirling, C., Lloyd, B., Scott, J., Abbey, J., Croft, T., & Robinson, A. (2012). A qualitative study of professional and client perspectives on information flows and decision aid use. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 12(1), 26. (Link)
Michael Young (1958).The Rise of the Meritocracy1870-2033: An essay on education and inequality. Thames & Hudson, London.
Angouri, J., & Marra, M. (Eds.). (2011). Constructing Identities at Work: Palgrave Macmillan, Hampshire. (link)
Synopsis (fra Palgrave):
Constructing Identities at Workpresents cutting edge research on the process of identity construction in professional and institutional contexts, from corporate workplaces, to courtrooms, classrooms, and academia. The authors illustrate the range of foci, methodologies and approaches prevalent in the newly established field of workplace discourse, demonstrating how interactants do identity work and how identity is 'indexed' (often in subtle ways) in workplace discourse.
Anari, N. N. (2012). Teachers: Emotional Intelligence, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment. Journal of Workplace Learning, 24(4), 2. (link)
Canrinus, E. T., et al. (2012). Self-efficacy, job satisfaction, motivation and commitment: exploring the relationships between indicators of teachers' professional identity. European Journal of Psychology of Education, 27(1), 115-132. (link)
Chamberlain, S. (2012). ‘Maybe I'm not as good as I think I am.’ How qualification users interpret their examination results. Educational Research, 54(1), 39-49. (link)
Foley, M. (2011). How Journalism Became a Profession. In K. Rafter (Ed.),Irish Journalism Before Independence: Manchester University Press.
Johnsen, Å. (2012). Why Does Poor Performance Get So Much Attention in Public Policy? Financial Accountability & Management, 28(2), 121-142. (link)
Kalleberg, R. (2012). Sociologists as Public Intellectuals and Experts. Journal of Applied Social Science, 6(1), 43-52. (link)
Kaplan, A., & Flum, H. (2012). Identity formation in educational settings: A critical focus for education in the 21st century. Contemporary Educational Psychology (0). (link)
Lundberg, K. G. (2012). Uforutsigbare relasjoner: Brukererfaringer, Nav-reformen og levd liv.Universitetet i Bergen. Doktorgradsavhandling. (link)
Severud, J., & Hofvind, T. (Eds.). (2012). Temahefte: Profesjon og profesjonsetikk. Utdanningsforbundet Hordaland. (link)
Weidema, F. C., et al. (2012). Enacting Ethics: Bottom-up Involvement in Implementing Moral Case Deliberation. Health Care Analysis, 20(1), 1-19. (link)
Alexander Morris Carr-Saunders (1928).Professions: their organization and place in society. Clarendon, Oxford.
Philip Kitcher (2011). Science in a Democratic Society. Prometheus Books, New York. (link)
Synopsis (fra Prometheus)
In this successor to his pioneeringScience, Truth, and Democracy, renowned philosopher Philip Kitcher revisits the topic explored in his previous work—namely, the challenges of integrating science, the most successful knowledge-generating system of all time, with the problems of democracy. But in this new work, Kitcher goes far beyond that earlier book in studying places at which the practice of science fails to answer social needs.
Feng, R.-F., & Tsai, Y.-F. (2012). Socialisation of new graduate nurses to practising nurses. Journal of Clinical Nursing. (link)
Haines, V. Y., & Saba, T. (2012). Challenges to Professional Identities and Emotional Exhaustion. Career Development International, 17(2), 2. (link)
James, L., Guile, D., & Unwin, L. (2012). Learning and innovation in the knowledge-based economy: beyond clusters and qualifications. Journal of Education and Work, 1-24. (link)
McClellan, S. E., & Gustafson, B. G. (2012). Communicating law enforcement professionalization: social construction of standards. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 35(1), 104. (link)
Philpott, R., & Dagenais, D. (2012). Grappling with social justice: Exploring new teachers’ practice and experiences. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, 7(1), 85-99. (link)
Piore, M. J. (2011). Beyond Markets: Sociology, street-level bureaucracy, and the management of the public sector. Regulation & Governance, 5(1), 145-164. (link)
Ronit Bogler, & Nir, A. E. (2012). The importance of teachers' perceived organizational support to job satisfaction: What's empowerment got to do with it? Journal of Educational Administration, 50(3), 2. (link)
Smyth, E., & Banks, J. (2012). ‘There was never really any question of anything else’: young people’s agency, institutional habitus and the transition to higher education. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 33(2), 263-281. (link)
Timoštšuk, I., & Ugaste, A. (2012). The role of emotions in student teachers’ professional identity. European Journal of Teacher Education, 1-13. (link)
Villadsen, K., & Karlsen, M. P. (2012). Public Policy and Foucaultian Critique: Towards a Happy Marriage? Review of European Studies 4(1). (link)
W. Richard Scott (1981).Organizations: Rational, Natural, and Open Systems.Prentice-Hall, New Jersey.
Sennett, R. (2012). Together : the rituals, pleasures and politics of cooperation. New Haven; London: Yale University Press. (link)
Synopsis (fra YUP):
Sennett contends that cooperation is a craft, and the foundations for skillful cooperation lie in learning to listen well and discuss rather than debate. InTogetherhe explores how people can cooperate online, on street corners, in schools, at work, and in local politics. He traces the evolution of cooperative rituals from medieval times to today, and in situations as diverse as slave communities, socialist groups in Paris, and workers on Wall Street. Divided into three parts, the book addresses the nature of cooperation, why it has become weak, and how it could be strengthened. The author warns that we must learn the craft of cooperation if we are to make our complex society prosper, yet he reassures us that we can do this, for the capacity for cooperation is embedded in human nature.
Anne Britt Djuve, M. L. S. o., & Lunde, H. (2011). Likeverdige tjenester? Storbyenes tjenestetilbud til en etnisk mangfoldig befolkning. Fafo-rapport, 35. (link)
Belling, C. (2012). A happy doctor's escape from narrative: reflection in Saturday. Medical Humanities. (link)
Currie, E. J., & Carr Hill, R. A. What are the reasons for high turnover in nursing? A discussion of presumed causal factors and remedies. International Journal of Nursing Studies(0). (link)
Dietrich, J., Jokisaari, M., & Nurmi, J. E. (2012). Work-related goal appraisals and stress during the transition from education to work. [Article]. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 80(1), 82-92. (link)
Gravett, S., Henning, E., & Eiselen, R. (2011). New teachers look back on their university education: Prepared for teaching, but not for life in the classroom. Education as Change, 15(sup1), S123-S142. (link)
Kilminster, S., Bradbury, H., Frost, N., & Zukas, M. (2012). Critical perspectives on professional lifelong learning. Studies in Continuing Education, 1-4. (link)
Mulcahy, R. S. (2012). The effects of experience grouping on achievement, satisfaction, and problem-solving discourse in professional technical training. Etr&D-Educational Technology Research and Development, 60(1), 15-29. (link)
Perlis, C., & Shannon, N. (2012). Role of professional organizations in setting and enforcing ethical norms. Clinics in Dermatology, 30(2), 156-159. (link)
Shinozaki, T. (2012). Not by Education Alone: How Young Adults' Employment Status Is Determined by Employment Environments and Family Backgrounds. Social Science Japan Journal, 15(1), 31-52. (link)
Włodarczy, D., & Lazarewicz, M. (2011). Frequency and burden with ethical conflicts and burnout in nurses. Nursing Ethics. (link)
Mathiesen, T. (1983).Timeglasset : fire essays om profesjoner. Oslo: Pax.