volume 43, issue 4, P720-742 1995
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954x.1995.tb00716.x
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Abstract: Abstract This paper arises out of continuing debates on the class position of managers and professionals in the context of public sector restructuring. Recently, attention has been focused on the self‐sustaining and autonomous character of ‘professionalism’ in organisational dynamics. Such an approach underplays the cultural significance of managerial discourse as this is active in the reconstitution of professional work. In a case study of a district authority it is possible to highlight the complex nature o…

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