I personally don't ascribe to academic credentialism
and I don't think it is wise to judge an individual's capacity to perform based on his academic qualifications alone.
All we did was drive up the cost because of this credentialism
. (News, 2017) Australian studies have investigated pre-service early childhood teachers' career intentions after studying an early childhood/primary degree and have found that the majority of graduates intend to work in primary schools (Ailwood & Boyd, 2007; Harrison & Heinrich Joerdens, 2017; Nolan & Rouse, 2013; Thorpe, Boyd, Ailwood, & Brownlee, 2011).
is important in colonial spaces, and at the time I was in graduate school, very few Indigenous peoples had PhDs.
I can't imagine a doctoral degree being accepted," while another participant expressed concern that a move to an entry-level doctorate in his or her country would represent "a pure expression of credentialism
, which would reduce access to OT services, without really producing benefits for the population."
They developed a culture that rewarded boldness over credentialism
and pedigree--which may be why so many of the founders of the field were women, immigrants, and people of color at a time when the phrase affirmative action had yet to be coined.
Caplan is not wrong about the existence of signaling and its kissing cousin, credentialism
, which describes the tendency of job categories to accrue more degree requirements, sometimes unnecessarily, over time.
In retrospect (sic) I agree with Labaree and my father, that credentialism
has triumphed over learning in our schools, with a commodified form of education winning an edge over useful substance.
Economists argue about whether education improves people's skills or is just a fancy form of time-wasting credentialism
. But most people seem to believe that higher education is important and useful.
Does it fit our society as it is with its focus on educational credentialism
, socialization (training), meritocracy, economic competition, and so on?
Labor market conditions, such as technological advances, credentialism
, and reorganization of work sectors, impact all women in negative ways.
A comprehensive package of counseling credentialism
comprises certification, registration, and licensing.
Instead of helping to strengthen the shaky foundations of global governance, it seems that South Africa has opted for a crude form of advancing 'credentialism
' among an increasingly sceptical and alienated African leadership and civil society after failing to arrest Sudan President Omar al-Bashir during his visit to South Africa to attend an African Union (AU) summit in June 2015.