Knowing and not knowing in work practice

Knowing and not knowing in work practice

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These studies reveal the reality of individuals getting their work done every day within organizations. Knowledge in everyday work is not self-contained, clearly defined, or unproblematic; but in the constant flux of knowing and not knowing.I used audio recordings in all the studies and I used video extensively in the first study of photocopier technicians. Three Studies In the first study, I examined how photocopier service technicians, who mostly fix broken photocopiers, soughtanbsp;...

Title:Knowing and not knowing in work practice
Author: Yutaka Yamauchi
Publisher: - 2006

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