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professionalization

the process whereby an occupation succeeds in claiming the status, and therefore the rewards and privileges, of a PROFESSION.
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The creation of seemingly "scientific" and "objective" case records played a central role in the professionalization of the discipline and the construction of social work authority.
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She has clearly shown how physicians' professionalization and specialization concerns, society's attitudes toward adolescence, and teenagers' needs and desires all combined to mold the specialty of Adolescent Medicine.
A Critical History of National Adult Literacy Policy in Tanzania and Recent Canadian Project Experience" (Blunt); "The Impossible Issue of Professionalization for Adult Educators in Quebec" (Bouchard); "Identities and The Changing Community College Landscape" (Brewer); "The Sound of Clashing Cultures: Coordinating External Training In An Academic Department" (Church, Foth); "Lost in Space: Reinventing Ourselves as Learners on The New Frontier" (Conrad); "Spiritual Possibilities of Informal Learning" (English); "Experiential Learning Revisited" (Brillinger); "Good Work
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Over the years, the commercialization, consolidation, and professionalization of American public journalism provided fewer and fewer venues for popular opinion and for discussion of issues the professional media considered unimportant.
She reconstructs two parallel organizational forces, one the professionalization of child-rearing advice and the other the creation by women of clubs and other organizations for sharing information and emotions about child-rearing.
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The second part details aspects of professionalization and everyday operations, including the entry of young people into the business, the inclusion of more women, changes in agency-client relationships, the shift in power from account management to the creative department, the roles of support staff and the effects of technological change and professionalization on them, and challenges faced by CEOs and managing directors.
We believe that for teachers to do their best work in the classroom on behalf of all children, their physical and sociopolitical work environments must be humanizing spaces that advance professionalization rather than detract from it.
Its longstanding association with well roundedness and an amateur ethic bears little relation to the hyper-specialized professionalization that today defines the training of youth hockey players and other minor sport participants.