The professions and professionalism are a set of institutional practices that have adapted and changed in face of societal and economic transformations. The managerialist responses to current economic and financial crises coupled with developments in science and technology have all impacted on work...
To Be Published March 30th 2016 by Routledge
Promise and Pitfalls
In view of the approaching age of austerity for the public sector, leadership is likely to continue to become a key theme. This edited volume brings together a host of material from the public sector to analyze the issue internationally. Teelken, Dent & Ferlie lead a team of contributors in...
Published May 2nd 2013 by Routledge
Drawing on sociology and social policy, this intriguing volume considers various aspects of gender and professional identity. Contributors explore the inter-relationship between managerialism, professionalism and gender identity in Britain, and examine the processes and impacts of change on those...
Published June 14th 2007 by Routledge
Knowledge, Performativities and the 'New' Professional
This book addresses the nature of current shifts in professional and managerial knowledge and practice, particularly in relation to power and accountability. Connecting with current debates concerned with work and identity, the book will present a range of theoretical and empirical accounts of the...
Published October 10th 2001 by Routledge