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The sociology of work,10.1037/h0038469,Journal of Applied Psychology,Carroll L. Shartle

The sociology of work   (Citations: 17)
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Journal: Journal of Applied Psychology - J APPL PSYCHOL , vol. 39, no. 2, pp. 140-140, 1955
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    • ...Hughesian/Chicago School tradition in the sociology of work (Abbott 1993; Caplow 1954; Hughes...

    Michael Lounsburyet al. ORGANIZATIONS OCCUPATIONS AND THE STRUCTURATION OF WORK

    • ...Caplow (1954, p. 159) delineated four steps which he argued are "quite definite," adding that “even the sequence is explicit so that we may illustrate it with equal facility from the example of newspaper reporters (journalists), real estate agents (realtors), undertakers (morticians), junk dealers (salvage consultants), or laboratory technicians (medical technologists).” He goes on to describe these steps:...
    • ...It is a sociological irony that while cohesion is essential for professionalization, efforts at professionalization themselves typically engender the most intense internecine conflicts (Bucher and Strauss, 1961; Caplow, 1954; Hughes, 1958; Wilensky, 1964; Goode, 1960)...

    Fredric T. Perlman. NOTES ON THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF PROFESSIONS, WITH SPECIAL REFER...

    • ...Broadly, early events were motivated by a desire to unify and consolidate a qualified population; later events were motivated by a desire to ‘agitate politically to obtain legal recognition, aiming at first to limit the professional title and later to criminalize unlicensed work in their jurisdiction.’ [6]...

    D. A. Joneset al. Turf Wars: Is Project Management a Profession?

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