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  • God on the fly? The professional mandates of airport chaplains.
    Cadge, Wendy (2017)
    Sociology of Religion 78:4: 437-455.

    Based on examination of the 20 largest U.S. airports & interviews with chaplains at them.

    Associated Search Terms: Chaplain; Professions; Airport
  • Inscripta en la piel y en el alma: cuerpo y identidad en professionales, pentecostales y jóvenes delincuentes.
    Miguez, Daniel (2002)
    Religiones y sociedad 22:1: 21-56.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal; Delinquency; Body; Professions
  • Gender Differences in the Professional Orientations of Protestant Clergy.
    McDuff, Elaine M., and Charles W. Mueller (2002)
    Sociological Forum 17: 465-491.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy; Professions; Clergy role; Sex
  • Socialisations Religieuses et Formes Identitaires dans le Champ Professionnel.
    Dubar, Claude (2000)
    In Pierre Bréchon, Bruno Duriez, and Jacque Ion (eds.) Religion et action dans l'espace public. Paris: L'Harmattan, pp. 271-285.

    Associated Search Terms: Professions; Socialization; Identity
  • The Emerging New Class: Implications for Church and Society.
    Hargrove, Barbara J.W. (1986)
    New York: Pilgrim.

    Associated Search Terms: Professions; New class
  • Equals Before God. Seminarians as Humanistic Professionals.
    Kleinman, Sherryl (1984)
    Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Based on participant observation in a Midwest U.S. Protestant theology school; focuses on socialization into a deprofessionalized role.

    Associated Search Terms: Seminary; Seminarians; Professions; Participant observation
  • Making Professionals into "Persons": Discrepancies in Traditional and Humansitic Expectations of Professional Identity.
    Kleinman, Sherryl (1981)
    Sociology of Work and Occupations 8:1: 61-87.

    Associated Search Terms: Seminarians; Professions
  • The Parish Ministry as a Semi-Profession.
    Jarvis, Peter (1975)
    Sociological Review 23:4: 911-922.

    Associated Search Terms: Professions; Clergy role
  • Value-Rational Authority and Professional Organizations: Weber's Missing Type.
    Satow, Roberta L. (1975)
    Administrative Science Quarterly 20: 526-531.

    Associated Search Terms: Professions; Values; Weber, Max; Rationality; Authority; Organization
  • Professions and Their Plausibility: Priests, Work, and Belief Systems.
    Ritti, R. Richard, Thomas P. Ference, and Fred H. Goldner (1974)
    Sociology of Work and Occupations 1:1: 24-51.

    Analyzes 1970 survey data from diocesan priests of an American Catholic metropolitan archdiocese; focuses on work satisfaction. Pastors & curates approximated other professions.

    Associated Search Terms: Professions; Clergy; Catholic, U.S.A.; Job satisfaction
  • Humanism and the Culture of the Professions: A Study of the Rise of the British Humanist Movement, 1954-63.
    Campbell, Colin B. (1967)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. thesis, University of London.

    Associated Search Terms: Atheist, Great Britain; Great Britain; Atheist; Humanist, Great Britain; Professions
  • Parochial School Origins and Educational Achievement.
    Warkov, Seymour, and Andrew M. Greeley (1966)
    American Sociological Review 31:3: 406-414. [Also in Andrew M. Greeley, The Sociology of Andrew M. Greeley. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1994, pp. 139-147]

    Analyzes 1960 U.S.A. survey data on professional occupations; a lack of scientific achievement by earlier age group parochial school graduates reflected economic, not religious factors.

    Associated Search Terms: Education; Catholic, U.S.A.; Professions; Achievement
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