Is there a European and an Asian way of learning: If so, will the difference sustain?

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    Many institutional and subjective aspects of cultural processes have their own inertia in periods of rapid societal transition. The Chinese modernisation, until recently an independent and fenced societal development, offers a historical laboratory in comparison with a small western society. This paper presents psychosocietal theory of subjectivity and life history approach to empirical research into learning processes and teaching organizations, with a view to sensitize concepts and test their validity in the cross cultural context of modernizing China, by studying work related learning and work identities.
    Translated title of the contributionEr der en europæisk og en asiatisk måde at lære?: Hvis der er, vil forskellen vare ved?
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication date16 Feb 2011
    Number of pages28
    Publication statusPublished - 16 Feb 2011
    EventExploring Leadership & Learning Theories in Asia: 1st International Conference - Universiti Sains Malaysia , Penang, Malaysia
    Duration: 15 Feb 201117 Feb 2011


    ConferenceExploring Leadership & Learning Theories in Asia
    LocationUniversiti Sains Malaysia
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