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Similar themes are developed by Wicks (1998), who argues that nursing is constituted through a ‘duality of focus’, comprised, on the one hand, of the goals of nursing practice and, on the other, the political reality of nursing positioned as it is in a ‘network of scientific power’. m. observations”, and wanting to sit and talk with a lonely and anxious patient who clearly needed the comfort of contact’ (Wicks 1998: 172). Both Davies and Wicks provide fascinating insights into the gendering of nursing work.

As feminists have pointed out, the professional model is itself inherently gendered (Witz 1992; Davies 1995). Witz (1992) suggests that this is because sociological analysis has taken what are in fact successful professional projects of class-privileged male actors at a particular point in history and in particular societies and treated them as the paradigmatic case of profession. This observation has particular salience for nursing, which, as Rafferty (1996) has argued, has developed largely by analogy with the medical model of professionalism.

Book Page 37 Monday, October 9, 2000 2:25 PM CONCEPTUALIZING THE NURSING ROLE the ways in which nurses manage their occupational boundaries in the work setting, although they clearly consider work place processes to be important. For this we must look to theories of social interaction. The division of labour as social interaction As Freidson (1976) has argued, at the most fundamental level, the ultimate reality of the division of labour lies in the social interaction of its participants. [I]n the everyday world of work from which we abstract conceptions of the division of labor, it seems accurate to see the division of labor as a process of social interaction in the course of which the participants are continuously engaged in attempting to define, establish, maintain and renew the tasks they perform and the relationship with others which their tasks presuppose.

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