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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Workplace learning: Emerging trends and new perspectives
Author(s): Fenwick, Tara
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Editor(s): Merriam, SB
Citation: Fenwick T (2008) Workplace learning: Emerging trends and new perspectives. In: Merriam SB (ed.). Third Update on Adult Learning Theory. New Dimensions for Adult and Continuing Education, 119, San Francisco, CA, USA: Wiley-Blackwell/Jossey-Bass, pp. 17-26.
Issue Date: Sep-2008
Series/Report no.: New Dimensions for Adult and Continuing Education, 119
Abstract: This chapter outlines recent research in four areas that can help us rethink workplace learning: definitions, practice-based system perspectives, identities and literacies, and power and politics in workplace learning.
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