Learning to Practise: Professional Education in Historical and Contemporary Perspective

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DIGITAL BOOK. How does one become a professional? The purpose of this collection of essays is to explore the subject of professional education.

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Learning to Practise: Professional Education in Historical and Contemporary Perspective: Abstract

How does one become a professional? The purpose of this collection of essays is to explore the subject of professional education. To do so, we have chosen to treat it as a problem that must be interrogated in order to understand what learning to practise means in various historical and contemporary contexts.

This collection supplies an array of complex answers. Above all, it highlights the extent to which professional education is and continues to be a field of scholarly investigation that holds great promise for the shaping of both theory and practice.

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