Table of contents for The German experience of professionalization : modern learned professions and their organizations from the early nineteenth century to the Hitler era / Charles E. McClelland.

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Part I. The Problem of Professions in Germany: 1. Introduction
2. Problems and methods in the history of modern German professions
Part II. The Transition to Modern Professions in the Early Nineteenth Century: 3. The beginnings of modern professions in Germany
4. Professions between revolution and unification
Part III. Unified Professions in a Unified Germany?
5. The organization of the 'free' professions: medicine, law, engineering, and chemistry
6. Organization of state-service professions: teachers and the clergy
7. Professional credentials in the new Reich
Part IV. Breakthrough and Breakdowns: The Professions Enter the Era of Cartels and Unions: 8. The 'free' professions, 1900-1918
9. Law-based professions, 1900-1918
Part V. The Weimar era: 10. The 'free' professions under Weimar
11. Professions based on law and pedagogy in the Weimar era
Part VI. The Fate of Professions Under and After Fascism: 12. Collaboration, coordination, and professionalization
13. Conclusion
A word about sources

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Professions Germany History