Is More Truly Merrier?: Mentoring and the Practice of Law

  title={Is More Truly Merrier?: Mentoring and the Practice of Law},
  author={Fiona M. Kay and Jean E. Wallace},
  journal={Canadian Review of Sociology-revue Canadienne De Sociologie},
Cet article examine deux questions sur le mentorat. D'abord, qui est le plus susceptible de beneficier de services de mentorat au cours de sa carriere? Ensuite, comment le mentorat influence-t-il les carrieres des professionnels? En utilisant une enquete longitudinale sur des avocats, les auteures evaluent l'incidence des postes et des aspirations en debut de carriere sur les chances de beneficier de services de mentorat. Elles mesurent les benefices du mentorat au moyen des recompenses de… 

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