Source: (2004) The Good Society. 13(1): 3-5.
The contributors to this symposium share a belief in what can be called “democratic professionalism,” the view that a number of key professions have civic roles to play in contemporary democracy and that such civic roles both strengthen the legitimacy of professional authority and render that authority more transparent and more vulnerable to public influence. (excerp)
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