Understanding expertise: Information and narratives

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This paper aims to continue along a line of research (Bou and Sauquet, 2005) focusing on how professionals develop and use knowledge in practice. It is aligned with a stream of research that understands that knowledge and practice have a rich, complex and productive relationship. In this paper we take a closer look at the issue of expertise as part of the exploration of knowledge and practice. This is a central issue for professionals as they claim to have a special degree of expertise. However, expertise is a problematic issue. Philosophers have accurately questioned the possibility of developing expert judgement (Wittgenstein, 1953) on the basis of the problems involved in developing expert judgement and its complex relationship with rules, experience and learning. Indeed, this last statement comprises many of the central issues encountered in this research.
Idioma originalAnglès
Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 31 de maig 2006
Esdeveniment1st International Conference on Rhetoric and Narratives in Management Research (RNMR 2006) -
Durada: 31 de maig 20062 de juny 2006

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Conferència1st International Conference on Rhetoric and Narratives in Management Research (RNMR 2006)
Període31/05/062/06/06

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