Cullen, John B. The Structure of Professionalism: A Quantitative Examination. New York, Princeton, Petrocelli Books, 1978. 16 cm x 24 cm. XIII, 290 pages. Original hardcover with original dustjacket in protective Mylar
Cullen, John B. Original hardcover with original dustjacket in protective Mylar. Excellent condition with minor signs of external wear. Worn corners, and some small tears along edges of dustjacket. Spotting on page edges; volume itself otherwise in excellent condition.
The structure of professionalism. a quantitative examination. by Cullen, John B. Published 1978 by PBI in New York Professionalism. Published 1978 by PBI in New York. Occupations, Professions, Social aspects, Social aspects of Occupations, Social aspects of Professions. Bibliography: p. 259-281. Based on the author's thesis, Columbia University, 1977. A1 C84. The Physical Object.
The Structure of Professionalism: A Quantitative Examination.
Petrocelli Books, New York, 1978. Published: 1 November 1981. Sociology of Work and Occupations, Volume 8, pp 492-494; doi:10.
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