Work and Integrity: The Crisis and Promise of Professionalism in America
The author of the bestselling Habits of the Heart examines the crisis in confidence in America's professional class. William M. Sullivan shows how the loss of faith in lawyers, clergy, doctors, and other professionals has affected society. He concludes by offering several recommendations for restoring confidence.
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Work and integrity: the crisis and promise of professionalism in AmericaUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Sullivan examines the historical role of professionals in American society, pointing out that the professions have been affected and changed by new work patterns. He argues that, given increasing ... Read full review
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A very readable discussion of the issues addressed by Weber and Ellul. Though the author never cites Ellul, which accounts for the saccharine and unlikely conclusion. Read full review
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