‘Not easily put into a box’: constructing professional identity

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Wiles, Fran;
(2013)

Researching the interplay between social work students' personal and professional identities, I found that, in talking about becoming professionals, students drew on a wide range of discourses. Three common usages of the term ‘professional identity’ are explored here: i... View more
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