Profesjonalizm i pseudoprofejonalizm polityków. Komponenty, przejawy, sprawdziany
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A political professionalism is a multifaceted phenomenon. This concept can mean: professional employment; professional competence (knowledge and capacities); consistent specialist thinking and acting; the appropriate personnel policy, the adequate division of work and the allotment suitable to the skill of tasks, of talents and motivation of participants. A professionalism as an attitude is a syndrome of such features as: the professional efficiency and proficiency, even perfection; professional reliability; responsibility; social servility and utility. However unprofessional behaviours, contrary to these requirements, are happening even for genuine professionals; mainly because of emotions, ideological or personal passion. A dilettantism is in contradiction with a professionalism: this is the tendency to entering the field of the own incompetence. In addition the self-confidence and the complacency of the ignorants are disproportionate to their knowledge and real effects. A socially unproductive efficiency and tactical agility or craftiness to own use are only the substitute of the professionalism, if the wingame secure exclusively the own position and the influence of the gambler, no solving any social problems. These are a disabled professionalism, a quasi-professionalism. Also numerous signs exist pseudoprofesjonalizmu: ideological ritualism; ceremonial or procedural routine; vulgar pragmatism (fetishization of the temporary effectiveness); shrewd machiavellianism; surveys and marketing fetishization, which tempt to populistic decision making instead of action in accordance with the professional knowledge and feeling the responsibility.