Ethics and Professionalism

Ethics and Professionalism

John Kultgen

1988 | 408 pages | Cloth $39.95 | Paper $27.50
Philosophy | Business
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Table of Contents

Preface

1. Introduction: Professionalism and Morality

PART 1. NORMATIVE CONSIDERATIONS
2. Ethical Premises
3. Utopian Vision and Piecemeal Reform

PART 2. MODELS OF PROFESSIONS
4. Sociological Theories
5. The Functionalist Model
6. The Cloak of Ideology
7. The Subscapular Reality

PART 3. STRUCTURAL CHANGE
8. Charters, Contracts, and Covenants
9. Reconstitution of Institutions
10. Professional Codes

PART 4. THE PROFESSIONAL IDEAL
11. Ideals and Character
12. Paternalism and Client Autonomy
13. The Pedagogical Imperative
14. Professionalism Sans Professions

Appendix
Bibliogrpahy
Index of Names
Index of Subjects