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Chemistry 3250 Professional Responsibilities of Chemists Marc R. Roussel
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The concept of a profession I A profession is a group of people who exercise a common occupation or apply a common set of skills and who function within structures allowing their identification as belonging to that profession. I Those structures can be more or less rigid. I Professions defined by law (engineering, law, medicine, teaching) I Professions defined by membership in a professional society or other similar body (some sciences) I Professions defined by employment in specified positions in well-recognized institutions (university professors) I Member of a profession are typically trained according to a more-or-less standard curriculum. I Members of a profession typically have a common set of values which, again, may be more or less rigidly enforced.
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I Professions, even those governed by legislation, are typically self-governing . I
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