Variables borrowed from the literature analyzing the middle years of American adults are used to pose questions and suggest answers regarding the mid-life organizational stage of development of sociological practice (applied and clinical) as a professional subspecialization within the discipline Comparisons are made. Issues are raised which require a response and a resolution if sociological practice is both to survive and surpass the potential pitfalls of its organizational mid-life crisis.
Robinette, Phillip D.
"Social Practice's Mid-life Crisis,"
Clinical Sociology Review:
1, Article 6.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/csr/vol10/iss1/6