Everyday Life and Learning with Jean Lave

3/26/2012; 57 minutes

Social anthropologist Jean Lave argues that all theoretical problematics across the social sciences include assumptions about learning, whether explicitly or not. She says that learning is integral to conceptions of knowledge, inquiry, revolution, and changing practice, to name a few. Accordingly, social scientists have substantive stakes in the issue – historical, cultural, spatial, political, and social. (#23201)

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