Actor Network Theory and Adult Education
Actor network theory is an emerging approach in the adult education field. Terrie Lynn Thompson explains the central tenets, and pros and cons of the theory for the researcher and practitioner.
Terrie Lynn Thompson is a Lecturer in Digital Media in the School of Education at the University of Stirling, Scotland. Her research focuses on the digital and how professional work-learning practices and pedagogical spaces are changing globally as new web and mobile technologies are increasingly integrated into work and everyday life routines. She teaches in the post-graduate Professional Learning and Leadership program. She is the editor of the ProPEL Matters blog: an international cross-disciplinary network that critically debates professional practice, education and learning. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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