Aanmelden
De tip van euro-boek.nl
Soortgelijke boeken
Andere boeken die eventueel grote overeenkomsten met dit boek kunnen hebben:
Zoekfuncties
boekentips
actueel
Advertentie
Betaalde advertentie
- 0 resultaten
laagste prijs: € 37,30, hoogste prijs: € 94,55, gemiddelde prijs: € 64,36
Scapegoats For A Profession - Daniel
(*)
Daniel:
Scapegoats For A Profession - nieuw boek

ISBN: 9789057022777

Often thought to be a primitive or ancient practice, scapegoating is revealed here as occurring in the justice systems of modern democracies. Ann Daniel, as a first-hand witness, documents several widely publicized disciplinary cases brought against prominent professionals in law and medicine. These were the people who became scapegoats as their professional communities tried to rid itself of troubles and confusions threatening their reputation at the time.Scapegoats for a Profession is an insightful and ground breaking analysis of the scapegoat as a sociological process, which emerged from a three-year Australian Research Council grant into disciplinary practices in the professions. While appealing to those fascinated by famous trials and the workings of discipline and punishment, this book is essential reading for professionals, students and academics in the social sciences, management, law, and medicine. Books Books ~~ Social Sciences~~ Research Scapegoats-For-A-Profession~~Daniel Taylor & Francis Often thought to be a primitive or ancient practice, scapegoating is revealed here as occurring in the justice systems of modern democracies. Ann Daniel, as a first-hand witness, documents several widely publicized disciplinary cases brought against prominent professionals in law and medicine. These were the people who became scapegoats as their professional communities tried to rid itself of troubles and confusions threatening their reputation at the time. "Scapegoats for a Profession" is an insightful and ground breaking analysis of the scapegoat as a sociological process, which emerged from a three-year Australian Research Council grant into disciplinary practices in the professions. While appealing to those fascinated by famous trials and the workings of discipline and punishment, this book is essential reading for professionals, students and academics in the social sciences, management, law, and medicine.

BarnesandNoble.com
Free Shipping on eligible orders over $25 Verzendingskosten:exclusief verzendingskosten
Details...
(*) Uitverkocht betekent dat het boek is momenteel niet beschikbaar op elk van de bijbehorende platforms we zoeken.
Scapegoats for a Profession - Daniel
(*)
Daniel:
Scapegoats for a Profession - nieuw boek

ISBN: 9789057022777

ID: 1045125527

Often thought to be a primitive or ancient practice, scapegoating is revealed here as occurring in the justice systems of modern democracies. Ann Daniel, as a first-hand witness, documents several widely publicized disciplinary cases brought against prominent professionals in law and medicine. These were the people who became scapegoats as their professional communities tried to rid itself of troubles and confusions threatening their reputation at the time. ´´Scapegoats for a Profession´´ is an insightful and ground breaking analysis of the scapegoat as a sociological process, which emerged from a three-year Australian Research Council grant into disciplinary practices in the professions. While appealing to those fascinated by famous trials and the workings of discipline and punishment, this book is essential reading for professionals, students and academics in the social sciences, management, law, and medicine. Scapegoats for a Profession Buch (fremdspr.) Taschenbuch 01.05.1998 Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Routledge Chapman Hall, .199

 Orellfuessli.ch
No. 5612611. Verzendingskosten:Zzgl. Versandkosten. (EUR 15.76)
Details...
(*) Uitverkocht betekent dat het boek is momenteel niet beschikbaar op elk van de bijbehorende platforms we zoeken.
Scapegoats for a Profession - Daniel
(*)
Daniel:
Scapegoats for a Profession - nieuw boek

ISBN: 9789057022777

ID: 695421372

Often thought to be a primitive or ancient practice, scapegoating is revealed here as occurring in the justice systems of modern democracies. Ann Daniel, as a first-hand witness, documents several widely publicized disciplinary cases brought against prominent professionals in law and medicine. These were the people who became scapegoats as their professional communities tried to rid itself of troubles and confusions threatening their reputation at the time. ´´Scapegoats for a Profession´´ is an insightful and ground breaking analysis of the scapegoat as a sociological process, which emerged from a three-year Australian Research Council grant into disciplinary practices in the professions. While appealing to those fascinated by famous trials and the workings of discipline and punishment, this book is essential reading for professionals, students and academics in the social sciences, management, law, and medicine. Scapegoats for a Profession Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Routledge Chapman Hall

 Thalia.de
No. 5612611 Verzendingskosten:, Versandfertig in 1 - 2 Wochen, DE (EUR 0.00)
Details...
(*) Uitverkocht betekent dat het boek is momenteel niet beschikbaar op elk van de bijbehorende platforms we zoeken.
Scapegoats for a Profession : Uncovering Procedural Injustice - Ann Daniel
(*)
Ann Daniel:
Scapegoats for a Profession : Uncovering Procedural Injustice - gebruikt boek

ISBN: 905702277X

ID: 19084688

Scapegoating is projected here as an occurrence in justice systems of modern democracies. Daniel documents several disciplinary cases brought against successful professionals in law and medicine in order to do this, arguing that they are examples of community scapegoating by these professions. science and math,social science,social sciences Science & Math, Routledge

 Thriftbooks.com
used. Verzendingskosten:zzgl. Versandkosten., exclusief verzendingskosten
Details...
(*) Uitverkocht betekent dat het boek is momenteel niet beschikbaar op elk van de bijbehorende platforms we zoeken.
Scapegoats for a Profession - A. E. Daniel
(*)
A. E. Daniel:
Scapegoats for a Profession - pocketboek

ISBN: 9789057022777

Paperback, [PU: Taylor & Francis Ltd], Scapegoating is projected here as an occurrence in justice systems of modern democracies. Daniel documents several disciplinary cases brought against successful professionals in law and medicine in order to do this, arguing that they are examples of community scapegoating by these professions., Social, Group Or Collective Psychology

 BookDepository.com
Verzendingskosten:Versandkostenfrei. (EUR 0.00)
Details...
(*) Uitverkocht betekent dat het boek is momenteel niet beschikbaar op elk van de bijbehorende platforms we zoeken.

Bijzonderheden over het boek
Scapegoats for a Profession: Uncovering Procedural Injustice

Often thought to be a primitive or ancient practice, scapegoating is revealed here as occurring in the justice systems of modern democracies. Ann Daniel, as a first-hand witness, documents several widely publicized disciplinary cases brought against prominent professionals in law and medicine. These were the people who became scapegoats as their professional communities tried to rid itself of troubles and confusions threatening their reputation at the time. "Scapegoats for a Profession" is an insightful and ground breaking analysis of the scapegoat as a sociological process, which emerged from a three-year Australian Research Council grant into disciplinary practices in the professions. While appealing to those fascinated by famous trials and the workings of discipline and punishment, this book is essential reading for professionals, students and academics in the social sciences, management, law, and medicine.

Gedetalleerde informatie over het boek. - Scapegoats for a Profession: Uncovering Procedural Injustice


EAN (ISBN-13): 9789057022777
ISBN (ISBN-10): 905702277X
pocket book
Verschijningsjaar: 1998
Uitgever: Routledge/Curzon
198 Bladzijden
Gewicht: 0,358 kg
Taal: eng/Englisch

Boek bevindt zich in het datenbestand sinds 20.10.2007 04:56:17
Boek voor het laatst gevonden op 03.11.2018 09:52:02
ISBN/EAN: 905702277X

ISBN - alternatieve schrijfwijzen:
90-5702-277-X, 978-90-5702-277-7


< naar Archief...
Verwante boeken