Everett Hughes

July 2, 2014 | Uncategorized

But all these theoretical conceptualizations, can not transcend his own limitations, but are implemented in the hand of the identification and recognition of socio-cultural, psychological and individuals in the classroom. CRISIS OF CONFIDENCE The doctor, lawyer, teacher, judge and many other primary roles in our society of past centuries, enjoyed a common privilege today abounds in demand and shortages in supply: the prestige, recognition of a society. How do I doubt the word and medical diagnosis? How to put into question the reprimand the child by the school teacher? How dare question their words? a was a time of great figures of eminent professionals and social norms more stringent. a The professionals have a pact with society. In return for access to its exceptional expertise in matters of vital human society has given them a mandate for social control in their areas of expertise, a high degree of autonomy in their practice, and a license to determine who will assume the mantle professional authority.

Everett Hughes, a pioneer in the field of sociology of the professions, and expressed confidence that the professionals were deposited in mid-century. In his text a The training of professionals Reflexive , Donald A. Schon and crisis raises this concern focuses on training professionals for the demands arising in practice, with emphasis on the verge of trust that exists today on professional knowledge, in correspondence with the difficulty in preparing teachers. The American philosopher shows that the centralization of the Institutes of Higher Professional Education in curriculum policy and established from positivist aspects of technical rationality, is inefficient, highlighting the lack of liaison between the idea of professional knowledge introduced in the centers with the necessary skills actually required.


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