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New standards like checklists are introduced to establish so-called "connective professionalism," but it is difficult to work with checklists in daily circumstances. Professionals might comply with standards, but they might also neglect or resist them. By linking the sociology of professions to routine theory, we develop a relational perspective on working with standards, which is sensitive to the actual usage of standards, not so much "by" but "in-between" professionals. We analysed whetherdoi:10.7577/pp.2251 fatcat:losfqyhrw5esjce65inlxzoez4