Tracey L. Adams
Tracey L. Adams
Professor, Department of Sociology, The University of Western Ontario
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Sociology of professions: International divergences and research directions
TL Adams
Work, employment and society 29 (1), 154-165, 2015
Gender and feminization in health care professions
TL Adams
Sociology compass 4 (7), 454-465, 2010
An ecological approach to understanding barriers to employment for youth with disabilities compared to their typically developing peers: views of youth, employers, and job …
S Lindsay, C McDougall, D Menna-Dack, R Sanford, T Adams
Disability and rehabilitation 37 (8), 701-711, 2015
Feminization of professions: The case of women in dentistry
TL Adams
Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie, 71-94, 2005
Profession: A useful concept for sociological analysis?
TL Adams
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 47 (1), 49-70, 2010
Inter-professional conflict and professionalization: dentistry and dental hygiene in Ontario
TL Adams
Social science & medicine 58 (11), 2243-2252, 2004
“I really didn’t have any problems with the male-female thing until…”: Successful Women’s Experiences in IT Organizations
EI Demaiter, TL Adams
Canadian Journal of Sociology 34 (1), 31-54, 2009
Skill, education and credentials in the new economy: the case of information technology workers
TL Adams, EI Demaiter
Work, Employment and Society 22 (2), 351-362, 2008
A Dentist and a Gentleman: Gender and the Rise of Dentistry in Ontario
TL Adams
University of Toronto Press, 2000
Skill development in an employment-training program for adolescents with disabilities
S Lindsay, T Adams, C McDougall, R Sanford
Disability and rehabilitation 34 (3), 228-237, 2012
Employers’ and employment counselors’ perceptions of desirable skills for entry-level positions for adolescents: how does it differ for youth with disabilities?
S Lindsay, T Adams, R Sanford, C McDougall, S Kingsnorth, ...
Disability & Society 29 (6), 953-967, 2014
Professionalization, Gender and Female‐Dominated Professions: Dental Hygiene in Ontario
TL Adams
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 40 (3), 267-289, 2003
Self-regulating professions: past, present, future
TL Adams
Journal of Professions and Organization 4 (1), 70-87, 2017
Exploring employment readiness through mock job interview and workplace role-play exercises: comparing youth with physical disabilities to their typically developing peers
S Lindsay, C McDougall, R Sanford, D Menna-Dack, S Kingsnorth, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 37 (18), 1651-1663, 2015
Feminism and women's health professions in Ontario
TL Adams, IL Bourgeault
Women & Health 38 (4), 73-90, 2004
Professional self-regulation and the public interest in Canada
TL Adams
Professions and Professionalism 6 (3), 2016
The metamorphosis of a collaborative team: from creation to operation
TL Adams, C Orchard, P Houghton, R Ogrin
Journal of Interprofessional Care 28 (4), 339-344, 2014
Dentistry and medical dominance
T Adams
Social Science & Medicine 48 (3), 407-420, 1999
“Drop dead… I need your job”: an exploratory study of intra-professional conflict amongst nurses in two Ontario cities
GO Boateng, TL Adams
Social Science & Medicine 155, 35-42, 2016
Interprofessional relations and the emergence of a new profession: Software engineering in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada
TL Adams
The Sociological Quarterly 48 (3), 507-532, 2007
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