Work, Subjectivity and Learning

Understanding Learning Through Working Life

Edited by Stephen Billet - Tara Femwick - Margaret Somerville

Work, Subjectivity and Learning

Edited by Stephen Billet, Tara Femwick, Margaret Somerville

Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.

Series: Technical and Vocational Education and Training: Issues, Concerns and Prospects

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Format: Hardback

Publication date: 18 March 2007

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ISBN: 1402053592 ISBN 13: 9781402053597 This product is an E-publication based on: Work, Subjectivity and Learning (2006)

Work, Subjectivity and Learning

Focuses on relations among subjectivity, work and learning that represent a point of convergence for diverse disciplinary traditions and practices. This title provides perspectives that elaborate the complex relations among subjectivity, work and learning, and circumstances in which they are played out. Top page

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This book focuses on relations among subjectivity, work and learning that represent a point of convergence for diverse disciplinary traditions and practices. There are contributions from leading scholars in the field. They provide emerging perspectives that are elaborating the complex relations among subjectivity, work and learning, and circumstances in which they are played out. Top page

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Publisher & Imprint: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.

City: New York, NY

Pages: 298

More info: height 234 mm width 156 mm weight 597 gr thickness 17 mm

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Age recommended: College/higher education

Subject Indexing & Classification Dewey:(DC22) 331.2592 Library of Congress Subject: L1-991 Education

Record updated at: 07 August, 2014 time: 18:42

Summary Work, Subjectivity and Learning Chapter 1: Work, Subjectivity and Learning, Stephen Billett,- Chapter 2: Escaping/Becoming Subjects: Learning to Work the Boundaries in Boundaryless Work, Tara Fenwick,- Chapter 3: Subjected Bodies, or Embodied Subjects: Subjectivity and Learning Safety at Work, Margaret Somerville,- Chapter 4: Learning and Experience, Henning Salling Olesen,- Chapter 5: Dressing Corporate Subjectivities: Learning What to Wear to the Bank, Kathryn Church et all,- Chapter 6: The Moving Subject: Shifting Work(ers) across and Beyond Organisational Boundaries, Hermine Scheeres and Nicky Solomon,- Chapter 7: Exploring Contruction of Gendered Identities at Work, Lena Abrahamsson,- Chapter 8: Epistemological Beliefs and their Impact on Work, Subjectivity and Learning, Christian Harteis et all,- Chapter 9: Personal Agency and Epistimology at Work, Stephen Billet and Ray Smith,- Chapter 10: Developing Subjective Identities Through Collective Participation, Anneli Etelapelto and Jaana Saarinen,- Chapter 11: Action at a Distance: Governmentality , Subjectivity and Workplace Learning, Richard Edwards and Katherine Nicoll,- Chapter 12: Integrating Life, Work and Identity: Farm Women Transfering 'Self' Though Personal Struggle and Conflict, Jan Allan,- Chapter 13: Work, Subjectivity and Learning in the Diaspora: Immigrant Women of Colour in White Academe, Mary V. Alfred,- Chapter 14: Workers, Subjectivity and Decent Work, Catherine Casey,- Chapter 15: Work, Subjectivity and Learning: Prospects and Issues, Tara Fenwick and Margaret Somerville. Top page

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