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To others, the ideological promulgation of the “privacy” of certain transactions facilitates the economic correlation between profits and a deregulated business sector. ”17 While this public/private habitus has a distinct genealogy within the legal field, its logic has broader implications on how individuals view themselves as socially responsible agents. , capitalism) to produce what can be called a market theory of social responsibility, where the interests that emerge victorious from private contests determine social goods and community needs.
1 Within this field, responsibility to and respect for community values is often practiced as something anterior to the legal subject, presumably “safeguarded” in other legal arenas such as the legislative process or the democratic election of political representatives. What is recognized as a “public good” is often discernable from a lawyer ‘s everyday “private” practice, which is presumed to be outside the scope of an overall ethos of advocating in a socially responsible manner. This chapter adopts sociological categories popularized by Pierre Bourdieu to explore the internal barriers that inhibit the “professionalization” of a more substantive ethos of social responsibility and seeks to understand how this problem is reflected in professions outside of the law.
In the next section, we will discuss approaches for the “next generation” in repositioning a robust conception of social responsibility as an embedded aspect of their professional endeavors. Reshaping the Field: The Next Generation and an Alternative Habitus of Social Responsibility Through the preceding analysis of the legal field and its relation to other professions, one can conclude that professionals face at least two distinct perspectives on public accountability, which includes: (1) social responsibility does not necessarily inhere in being a lawyer or a professional per se, but in what type of professional one chooses to be and (2) social responsibility or general sensitivity SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AS A PROFESSIONAL VIRTUE 27 to community needs is a choice of some rather than a expectation of all.
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