Heidegger’s Contribution to the Understanding of Work-Based Studies


ISBN: 978-90-481-3932-3 (Print) 978-90-481-3933-0 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv

  2. Context

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 9-9

    2. Chapter

      Pages 1-8


    3. Chapter

      Pages 11-22

      Work-Based Learning as a Field of Study

    4. Chapter

      Pages 23-33

      Learning as Knowledge of Being-in-the-World

    5. Chapter

      Pages 35-45

      Dwelling at Work

    6. Chapter

      Pages 47-62

      What Is Work? A Heideggerian Insight into the Workplace as a Site for Learning

    7. Chapter

      Pages 63-76

      Heidegger: Time, Work and the Challenges for University-Led Work-Based Learning

  3. Issues in Work-Based Studies

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 77-77

    2. Chapter

      Pages 79-91

      Assessment and Recognition of Work-Based Learning

    3. Chapter

      Pages 93-101

      Quality in Work-Based Studies Is Not Lost, Merely Undiscovered

    4. Chapter

      Pages 103-110

      Adopting Consumer Time: Potential Issues for Higher Level Work-Based Learning

    5. Chapter

      Pages 111-123

      The Concept of Boredom: Its Impact on Work-Based Learning

    6. Chapter

      Pages 125-138

      Practical Wisdom and the Workplace Researcher

    7. Chapter

      Pages 139-147

      Doing Phenemological Research in the Workplace

    8. Chapter

      Pages 149-154

      The World of Work-Based Studies and the Recession

  4. Back Matter

    Pages 155-175