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Introduction to Networking: Networking Strategies and Their Background

  • Prediger S
  • Bikner-Ahsbahs A
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In this chapter, the Anthropological Theory of the Didactic (ATD) is given a different status, its lenses and constructs being used for refl ecting on the networking enterprise itself. For this purpose, the notion of praxeology fi rst intro- duced for modeling mathematical and didactic activities is extended to research practices. This extension leads us to consider that the proper level for addressing networking issues is in fact the level of research praxeologies, and to refl ect on the collaborative work carried out by the different teams and its outcomes in the light of this perspective. Along the way, we also rely on other constructs, and especially on the ideas of milieu and media-milieu dialectics

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Prediger, S., & Bikner-Ahsbahs, A. (2014). Introduction to Networking: Networking Strategies and Their Background (pp. 117–125). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-05389-9_8

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