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Topic: The Law Profession on Trial: Hallmarks of a Profession
What is the sociological definition of a profession? What are the four hallmarks of a profession? Now consider, how often do you see advertisements for professions? What about the law profession in particular? Do commercials influence your opinion of this profession? What are the common messages in these commercials?
The future of the law profession is on trial and you are the judge. First, act as the prosecuting attorney and present evidence from your analysis of the 10 online advertisements for attorneys that the legal profession is de-professionalizing. Then present the defense’s case using the NPR broadcast as evidence. As judge, make a final ruling on your classmates’ presentations, they will rule on your case. You may appeal.
•Listen: NPR: Legal Profession goes Global
•Read Hodson and Sullivan Chapters 11 & 12
Professions and Professionals Name Institutional AffiliationProfessions and Professionals Definition of a Profession A profession in the sociological perspective is defined as an occupation based on a specific knowledge mastered, which in turn distinguishes the various kinds of occupations. Four hallmarks help in understanding professions (Hodson & Sullivan, 2012). Hallmarks of a profession Specialized knowledge. The type of knowledge learned, identifies one profession from another. An