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learned profession

pronounced LERN-ed, as in burn-bed Profession, see there.
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Conceptualizing the learned professions as knowledge communities guides
(18) Part I.C then looks for that hybrid of special and general knowledge in two paradigmatically learned professions, law and medicine.
Lastly, male employment in commerce versus agriculture evaluates the level of economic development in each state, with the percentage of men employed in the learned professions (e.g., law, medicine, ministry) representing the number of men available to teach part-time.
(1) Flexner's expose of the practitioner-dominated medical diploma mills that flourished at the turn of the century was the critical step in making American doctors members of a learned profession. Before then, it was all words, words, words and precious little experience; medical students sat on benches rather than working at them.
Nursing is a learned profession (Rogers 1961, 1964, 1970); thus, education and practice of vocational, technological, and professional nurses must be differentiated and take place in institutions of higher learning.
Moreover, the judge ruled, journalism does not require the kind of special education necessary for a learned profession.
By focusing on biography Ravenel intended to restore the legacy of the learned profession together with the historical district, the legacy of those who could legitimately call themselves "architects" and civic leaders by their stylistic innovations and imaginative designs.
If accountancy is a learned profession, the individual practicing it has a great responsibility to his clients to remain learned.
Chief among these is that accountants (even at the entry level) are engaged in a learned profession that requires specialized education and expertise.
There is no learned profession exception to the antitrust laws.
They demand an education worthy of a learned profession, not merely a technically credentialed one.