Control and Responsibility in the Powerful Professions
Bernard Barber examines the nature of the powerful professions in American society, the extent to which they fulfill their claims to effective self-regulation and public responsibility, the criticisms to which these professions are subjected, and the reforms suggested for them.
Class Structure and Income Determination, Erik Olin Wright Reviewed by Bernard Barber
Encyclopedia of Bioethics, Warren T. Reich Reviewed by Bernard Barber
Distrust and Democracy: Political Distrust in Britain and America, Vivien Hart Reviewed by Bernard Barber
The Rise of Professionalism: A Sociological Analysis, Magali Sarfatti Larson Reviewed by Bernard Barbermore by this author
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