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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/2729

Title: The communal 'we'? A conversation piece on the richness of being a network
Authors: Church, Kathryn
Keywords: power relations and social inequality in work and learning
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Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Centre for the Study of Education and Work, OISE/UT
Series/Report no.: NALL Working Paper;15
Abstract: The focus of this paper is on those four or five places where NALL's conversations over the past few years have coalesced. These topics include creating spaces in which to work against the typical social relations of academic work, maintaining and extending collaborative working relationships between academics, labor and community groups/organizations outside of university and other institutional settings, making "common sense" of informal learning using divergent methods, clarifying or challenging the dominant definition of informal learning, and finally formulating strategies that would appropriately address the tendency of dominant groups and discourses to regulate and appropriate informal knowledge. This paper pays particular attention to the small case studies primarily because they are the most latent piece of NALL's work. This document is considered to be a place to begin a broader discussion.
URI: http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/depts/sese/csew/nall/res/15church.pdf
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