A core argument of this book is that professional practice discourse – encompassing written or spoken communications, conversations and dialogue concerning professional practice – is shaped by and in turn shapes professional practice. These phenomena exist reciprocally and give meaning to each other. This chapter extends this argument with a focus on practice epistemology, epistemic cultures and the importance of epistemic fluency.
|Title of host publication||Professional practice discourse Marginalia|
|Editors||Joy Higgs, Franziska Trede|
|Place of Publication||Rotterdam, The Netherlands|
|Number of pages||8|
|ISBN (Print)||9789463005982, 9789463005999|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Name||Practice, Education, Work and Society|