Professions & Professionalism Vol. 12 No. 3 (2022) published

Professions and Professionalism logoThe Journal Professions & Professionalism has published Vol. 12 No. 3 (2022).

This volume contains  the following articles:

  • Tracey L. Adams:
    What is the Public Interest in Professional Regulation? Canadian Regulatory Leaders’ Views in a Context of Change
  • Stephen Kemmis, Nick Hopwood:
    Connective Enactment and Collective Accomplishment in Professional Practices
  • Mirva Heikkilä:
    Methodological Insights on Teachers’ Professional Agency in Narratives
  • Andreas Eriksen:
    The Research Literacy of Professionals: Reconciling Evidence-Based Practice and Practical Wisdom
  • Josephine Lau, Katja Vähäsantanen, Kaija Collin:
    Teachers’ Identity Tensions and Related Coping Strategies: Interaction With the Career Stages and Socio-Political Context

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