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Communicative spaces – A perspective on learning

Roxå, Torgny LU (2002) Annual International Conference of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) In The Proceedings of the 2002 Annual International Conference of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) p.575-581
Abstract
In this text learning is regarded as something done via communicative

acts. Meaning is constructed and maintained in a communicative process where

responses are exchanged between individuals. Some individuals do this often and

intensively and by doing this, in co-operation with others, develop with them

unique and shared perspectives, and through these perspectives they view the

world and construct meaning in similar ways. The communication goes on

between individuals, and the evolving uniqueness of this communication, and the

resulting perspectives, constitutes the communicative space. Throughout the text

the idea of communicative spaces is explored and also applied,... (More)
In this text learning is regarded as something done via communicative

acts. Meaning is constructed and maintained in a communicative process where

responses are exchanged between individuals. Some individuals do this often and

intensively and by doing this, in co-operation with others, develop with them

unique and shared perspectives, and through these perspectives they view the

world and construct meaning in similar ways. The communication goes on

between individuals, and the evolving uniqueness of this communication, and the

resulting perspectives, constitutes the communicative space. Throughout the text

the idea of communicative spaces is explored and also applied, in two cases:

female teachers in the field of technology and students entering a large

programme in engineering. (Less)
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The Proceedings of the 2002 Annual International Conference of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA)
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575 - 581
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Higher Education Research and Development in Australasia
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acts. Meaning is constructed and maintained in a communicative process where<br/><br>
responses are exchanged between individuals. Some individuals do this often and<br/><br>
intensively and by doing this, in co-operation with others, develop with them<br/><br>
unique and shared perspectives, and through these perspectives they view the<br/><br>
world and construct meaning in similar ways. The communication goes on<br/><br>
between individuals, and the evolving uniqueness of this communication, and the<br/><br>
resulting perspectives, constitutes the communicative space. Throughout the text<br/><br>
the idea of communicative spaces is explored and also applied, in two cases:<br/><br>
female teachers in the field of technology and students entering a large<br/><br>
programme in engineering.},
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