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He demonstrated how the authority of the professions and of bureaucratic hierarchical organizations both rested on the same principles (for example, of functional specificity, restriction of the power domain, application of universalistic, impersonal standards). The professions, however, by means of their collegial organization and shared identity demonstrated an alternative approach (compared with the managerial hierarchy of bureaucratic organizations) towards the shared normative end. The work of Parsons has subsequently been subject to heavy criticism mainly because of its links with functionalism (Dingwall and Lewis 1983).
For Menter, these: must start from a shared commitment to challenging assumptions and asking critical questions, questions based on the values of a democratic society, including social justice, and the value and sustaining of human life. (Menter, this volume) We believe that these sentiments will be shared by many of the contributors of this book and we hope that they will also be shared by many of its readers. References Broadbent, J. and Loughlin, R. (1997) ‘“Accounting logic” and controlling professionals: the case of the public sector’, in J.