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The changing professional identity of foresters


, : The changing professional identity of foresters. Australian Forestry 58(3): 110-117

An examination of the extensive literature on the culture of professionalism in Australian forestry suggests that it is changing in response to public interest. This is affecting job functions, work practices and social relations.

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Accession: 002980147

DOI: 10.1080/00049158.1995.10674653

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