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Managing elites

Debra J. Schleef

Managing elites

professional socialization in law and business schools

by Debra J. Schleef

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Published by Rowman & Littlefield in Lanham, MD .
Written in English


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StatementDebra J. Schleef.
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LC ClassificationsHT
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 243 p. ;
Number of Pages243
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22722313M
ISBN 100742538494

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Managing Elites examines how elites-in-training contest, rationalize and ultimately enthusiastically embrace their dominant positions in society. Using interviews with 79 law and MBA students, the author argues that elite socialization requires both accommodation and resistance to professional : Paperback.

Managing Elites examines how elites-in-training contest, rationalize and ultimately enthusiastically Managing elites book their dominant positions in society. Using interviews with 79 law and MBA students, the author argues that elite socialization requires both accommodation and resistance to professional : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Managing Elites examines how elites-in-training contest, rationalize and ultimately enthusiastically embrace their dominant positions in society. Using interviews with 79 law and MBA students, the author argues that elite socialization requires both accommodation and resistance to professional ideologies.

This book examines how elites-in-training contest, rationalize, and finally embrace their dominant positions in society. Using interviews with law and MBA students, the author shows that becoming elite is not a straightforward process without tensions.

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