Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 21089
  Title Self-regulation in a small professional group is an important step toward professionalization: The Chiropractic Association in Singapore
URL https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3342802/pdf/main.pdf
Journal J Chiropr Humanit. 2009 Dec;16(1):Online access only p. 32-43
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Objective: The chiropractic profession is immersed in the process of professionalization with particular consideration of self-regulation as an avenue toward state recognition in Singapore. The purpose of this article is to discuss the emergence of chiropractic as a profession in Singapore and the Chiropractic Association (Singapore).

Discussion: The concept of professionalization is varied and context based, and the institutionalization of formal knowledge plays an important role in the socialization of how a profession forms a unifying identity. The difference in institutional socialization of the professions plays a role in the way a profession is perceived in the hierarchy of societal power. Continuing professional development is an essential part of professionalism and is best done within the realm of self-regulation and autonomous control of the profession itself.

Conclusion: The social process of professionalization can be a process of internal conflict and external battles almost from the profession's inception with university training only entering late in its development, rather than being a linear development. A sequential progress ensued as with other professions, with the seeking of legal protection and a code of ethics as the final areas reached toward becoming an acknowledged member of the health care system.

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