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Die beroepsoriëntasies van mediese dokters

P. Koortzen
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology | Vol 21, No 2 | a590 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/sajip.v21i2.590 | © 1995 P. Koortzen | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 20 June 1995 | Published: 20 June 1995

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P. Koortzen, UNISA, South Africa

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Abstract

Occupational orientation of medical doctors. This study describes the career orientations of medical doctors obtained from a comparative study done between self and organisationally employed medical doctors. The group indicated service dedication, life style and autonomy as their primary career orientations, while they did not indicate a need to manage or take responsibility for others. The phenomenon of self versus organisational employment can therefore not sufficiently be explained from a career orientation perspective.

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Hierdie ondersoek beskryf die beroepsorientasies van mediese dokters na aanleiding van 'n vergelykende studie tussen selfgeemplojeerde en organisasie indiensgeneemde mediese dokters. Die groep as geheel het dienslewering, lewenstyl en outonomie as primere beroepsorientasies aangedui, terwyl hul behoefte om te bestuur en ver-antwoordelikheid vir ander te neem laag was. Die verskynsel van selfemplojering versus organisasie indiensneming kan egter nie voldoende vanuit 'n teoretiese beroepsorientasie perspektief verklaar word nie.


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Beroepsoriëntasies; mediese dokters

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