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Organizing Professionalism – New Elites, Stratification and Division of Labor

Johan Alvehus (), Sanna Eklund () and Gustaf Kastberg ()
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Johan Alvehus: Lund University
Sanna Eklund: University of Gothenburg
Gustaf Kastberg: University of Gothenburg

Public Organization Review, 2020, vol. 20, issue 1, No 10, 163-177

Abstract: Abstract The case in this study is the introduction of a new more prominent position for teachers. The aim is to contribute to the literature on stratification and organizing of professions. This is done by addressing the question how division of labor is affected by enhanced organization of a profession? The paper illustrates how stratification took place and a new division of labor emerged. Not much conflict was observed regarding the new division of labor and it is proposed that this is because the new division of labor did not challenge the dominance over the core domain of teachers or of principals. The increase in organization did not lead to an increase in control of the profession but an increase in control by the profession. In addition, stratification in fact led to a de-hybridization of the roles of teachers and principals.

Keywords: Profession; Teachers; Stratification; Organizing (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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