Competence and its assessment in a professional training situation
Despite its roots in the writings of the German philosopher Edmund Husserl (1859-1938), and secondarily in the work of Alfred Schutz (1899-1959), a phenomenologically-based sociology has only come to prominence in the English-speaking world within the last decade and a half. The publication within a few years of each other of the three volumes of Alfred Schutz's "Collected Papers" (1962a, 1964a, 1966), Aaron Cicourel' s "Method and Measurement in Sociology" ( 1964), Peter Berger and...[Show more]
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