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Building Knowledge Cultures

Education and Development in the Age of Knowledge Capitalism (Critical Education Policy and Politics)

by A.C. (Tina) Besley

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Published by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural studies,
  • Industries - General,
  • Economic aspects,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Knowledge, Sociology of,
  • Investments & Securities - General,
  • Free Enterprise,
  • Education / Educational Reform,
  • Education,
  • Knowledge management

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7924564M
    ISBN 100742517918
    ISBN 109780742517912

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Building Knowledge Cultures by A.C. (Tina) Besley Download PDF EPUB FB2

Building Knowledge Cultures is perhaps one of the richest, philosophically oriented works to come along in quite some time-at least in the arena of higher education and development. [It] is an in-depth theoretical resource that goes to great lengths in elaborating key constructs and concerns linked to the knowledge economy, development, and the role of by: Building Knowledge Cultures is perhaps one of the richest, philosophically oriented works to come along in quite some time-at least in the arena of higher education and development.

[It] is an in-depth theoretical resource that goes to great lengths in elaborating key constructs and concerns linked to the knowledge economy, development, and the role of : Michael A. Peters, Tina Besley. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 23 cm.

Contents: Cultural knowledge economy: education, the new economy, and the communicative turn --The politics of postmodernity and the promise of education --Education policy in the age of knowledge capitalism --National education policy constructions of the knowledge.

This book develops the notion of 'knowledge cultures' as a basis for understanding the possibilities of education and development in the age of knowledge capitalism. 'Knowledge cultures' refers to the cultural preconditions in the new production of knowledge and their basis in shared practices, embodying preferred ways of doing things often developed over many generations.

Read "Building Knowledge Cultures Education and Development in the Age of Knowledge Capitalism" by Michael A. Peters available from Rakuten Kobo. This book develops the notion of 'knowledge cultures' as a basis for understanding the Building Knowledge Cultures book of education and de Brand: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

(2) An attempt to support, analyze and build public knowledge cultures, a term I invented and used in my book Building Knowledge Cultures: Education and Development in the Age of Knowledge.

Building Knowledge Cultures is perhaps one of the richest, philosophically oriented works to come along in quite some time-at least in the arena of higher education and development.

[It] is an in-depth theoretical resource that goes to great lengths in elaborating key constructs and concerns linked to the knowledge economy, development, and the. The book discusses knowledge cultures in relation to claims for the new economy, as well as cultural economy and the politics of postmodernity.

It focuses on national policy constructions of the knowledge economy, 'fast knowledge' and the role of the so-called 'new. The book discusses knowledge cultures in relation to claims for the new economy and the "communicative turn", as well as cultural economy and the politics of postmodernity.

It focuses on national policy constructions of the knowledge economy, "fast knowledge" and the role of the so-called "new pedagogy" and social learning under these by: Knowledge supplements motivation and is an important part of building ICC.

Knowledge includes self- and other-awareness, mindfulness, and cognitive flexibility. Building knowledge of our own cultures, identities, and communication patterns takes more than passive experience.

Lee "Building Knowledge Cultures Education and Development in the Age of Knowledge Capitalism" por Michael A. Peters disponible en Rakuten Kobo. This book develops the notion of 'knowledge cultures' as a basis for understanding the possibilities of education and de Brand: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

The knowledge economy and the knowledge society A number of scholars have contributed ideas to the concept of ‘knowledge economy’, a system of consumption and production that is based upon intellectual capital as well as to ‘knowledge society’, a society that generates, shares and makes available knowledge to all its members.

Building global knowledge cultures. This research aim follows the agenda established by our book Building Knowledge Cultures (Peters & Besley, ) which theorizes the notion of knowledge cultures in relation to claims for the new economy and the communicative turn, as well as related notions such as the cultural economy, the creative economy and social media.

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Free shipping for many products. class cultures, socialization, and the school: the university of chicago’s committee on human development and the fight for educational equity, –51 Author: DAVID A. VAREL building bridges to other cultures Addresses the attitudes, knowledge, and skills needed to interact successfully in intercultural situations Creates a continuous process of working on attitudes, knowledge, internal outcomes, and external outcomes related to intercultural competence.

Table by: 8. Publisher Summary. This chapter provides an overview of the architectural function. The form of a work of architecture is not only determined by nature of the human institution housed but also by the kind of knowledge and skill that is available, through the design team, and by the character, and absolute amounts available, of capital in the form of finance, labor, material, craft and.

She was a Comenius fellow in the Cultures of Knowledge project between andworking on the correspondence of J. Comenius and on the prosopography of the Hartlib circle.

She is interested in early modern intellectual history and the history of science. The Wiig Model for Building and Using Knowledge 61 The Boisot I-Space KM Model 66 viii KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN THEORY AND PRACTICE. Different Types of Cultures Organizational Culture Analysis CONTENTS ix.

Culture at the Foundation of KM Building the Knowledge-Based Organization: How Culture Drives Knowledge Behaviors David De Long May cultures to be a major barrier to this transformation. Our knowledge use is the most direct way to alter organizational norms, which will reinforce the necessary behaviors over time.

Knowledge Exchange and Academic Cultures. Europe and the BSR. likes. KEAC-BSR is an EU-funded (Horizon - RISE), international research project Followers: I am especially impressed with its strong focus on cross-cultural skill-building in addition to knowledge conveyance and case analysis.

For any instructor who teaches an international management course that focuses on developing skills in addition to imparting knowledge, this book is the entire package.'.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.

Contents: A theoretical framework for assessing visual representational practices in knowledge building and science communications / Luc Pauwels --The production of scientific images: vision and re-vision in the history, philosophy, and sociology of.