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Understanding and Developing Inclusive Practices in Schools

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Analysing third generation activity systems : labour-power, subject position and personal transformation
The purpose of this paper is to describe how Engeström's “third generation” activity theory, with its emphasis on developing conceptual tools to understand dialogues, multiple perspectives and networks of interacting activity systems, has informed research into professional learning in multiagency service settings in England.
Original Document
10.1108/13665620710777110
English

Primary contributor

Author Harry Daniels

Additional contributors

Co-author Paul Warmington

Additional details

19
6
Yes
1366-5626
Emerald Group Publishing
01 January 2007
377-391
Bradford
Post-print
Journal of workplace learning

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Harvard

Daniels, Harry and Warmington, Paul (2007) Analysing third generation activity systems : labour-power, subject position and personal transformation. Journal of workplace learning. 19 (6), pp. 377-391 Bradford: Emerald Group Publishing.

Vancouver

Daniels Harry and Warmington Paul. Analysing third generation activity systems : labour-power, subject position and personal transformation. Journal of workplace learning 2007; 19 (6): 377-391.