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Title Revealing tacit knowledge : embodiment and explication / Frank Adloff, Katharina Gerund, David Kaldewey (eds.) ; contributors, Frank Adloff [and fifteen others]
Published Bielefeld [Gemany] : [Transcript], 2015


Description 1 online resource (309 pages)
Series Pr©Þsenz und implizites Wissen ; v. 2
Pr©Þsenz und implizites Wissen
Contents Cover Revealing Tacit Knowledge; Content; Locations, Translations, and Presentifications of Tacit Knowledge. An Introduction; Part I: Locations; Tacit Knowledge: Shared and Embodied; Embodiment of Tacit Knowledge. Practices between Dispositifs and Interaction; The Background of Moods and Atmospheres. Sociological Observations; Tacit Knowledge in a Differentiated Society; Questions to Theodore R. Schatzki; Part II: Translations; First- and Second-Order Tacit Knowledge. Sociological Consequences of Consequent Pragmatism
Tacit Knowledge and Analytic Autoethnography. Methodological Reflections on the Sociological Translation of Self-ExperienceRacial Formation, Implicit Understanding, and Problems with Implicit Association Tests; For a Sociology of Flesh and Blood. Questions to Loïc Wacquant; Part III: Presentifications; Tacit Knowledge, Public Feeling, and the Pursuits of (Un- )Happiness; The End of Life and the Limits of Explication. Metaphors and Time in Everyman and Tinkers; Moving Images of Thought. Notes on the Diagrammatic Dimension of Film Metaphor; Questions to Mark Johnson; List of Contributors
Summary How does tacit knowledge inscribe itself into cultural and social practices?As the established distinction between tacit and explicit or discursive forms of knowledge does not explain this question, the contributions in this volume reconstruct, describe, and analyze the manifold processes by which the tacit reveals itself: They focus, for example, on metaphors, feelings, and visualizations as explications of the tacit as well as on processes of embodiment. Taken together, they demonstrate that the tacit does not constitute a single or unified knowledge complex, but has to be understood in its differentiated and fragmented forms. In addition to scholarly essays, the volume features interviews with Mark Johnson, Theodore Schatzki, and Loïc Wacquant
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Print version record
Subject Tacit knowledge.
Knowledge management.
Knowledge Management
REFERENCE -- Questions & Answers.
Knowledge management
Tacit knowledge
Form Electronic book
Author Adloff, Frank, editor, contributor
Gerund, Katharina, editor
Kaldewey, David, editor
ISBN 9783839425169