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How does knowledge transform as it is transferred Speculations on the possibility of a cognitive theory of knowledgescapes

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How does knowledge transform as it is transferred Speculations on the possibility of a cognitive theory of knowledgescapes

Auteurs : Syed Z. Shariq

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Sketches an interdisciplinary framework for advancing the conceptual understanding of the knowledge transfer process. Uses its central tenet that the knowledge transfer process is ultimately a humantohuman process and since this process is inherently interactive and dynamic, the knowledge, in essence, transforms while or during the very process of its transfer. Argues that there is a need for a more robust representation of human cognition situated in the broader context of dynamic interactions taking place during the transfer or exchange of knowledge. Proposes that by incorporating and explaining human interaction with the external symbolic storage ESS of knowledge and scaffolding to include institutional knowledge, a theory of cognitive knowledgescapes can be built. The implications of a such a theory for knowledge transfer, exchange and uses in the networks of regions, institutions, organizations and technology are examined and topics for carrying out further research are suggested.

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