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Title: Co-production in professional practice: a sociomaterial analysis
Author(s): Fenwick, Tara
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Keywords: interprofessional practice
Issue Date: 2012
Date Deposited: 14-Apr-2014
Citation: Fenwick T (2012) Co-production in professional practice: a sociomaterial analysis. Professions and Professionalism, 2 (2) p. 16.
Abstract: Co-production, typically defined as services and products that are planned and delivered in full conjunction with clients, has become a popular policy discourse and prescription for professional practice across a wide range of public services. Literature tends to herald the democratic and even transformative potential of co-production, yet there is yet little empirical evidence of its processes and negotiations at the ‘chalkface’ of everyday practice. This article adopts a sociomaterial theoretical frame of professional knowing-in-practice to analyse these negotiations, drawing from a case study of community policing. The argument is situated in terms of implications of these co-production practices for professional learning.
DOI Link: 10.7577/pp.v2i1.323
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