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Attitudes to Formal Business Training and Learning amongst Entrepreneurs in the Cultural Industries: Situated Business Learning through "Doing with Others."

Raffo, Carlo , O'Connor, Justin, Lovatt, Andy , & Banks, Mark (2000) Attitudes to Formal Business Training and Learning amongst Entrepreneurs in the Cultural Industries: Situated Business Learning through "Doing with Others.". Journal of Education and Work, 13(2), pp. 215-230.

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Abstract

Presents arguments supporting a social model of learning linked to situated learning and cultural capital. Critiques training methods used in cultural industries (arts, publishing, broadcasting, design, fashion, restaurants). Uses case study evidence to demonstrates inadequacies of formal training in this sector. (Contains 49 references.)

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ID Code: 29904
Item Type: Journal Article
Keywords: Broadcast Industry, Design, Entrepreneurship, Fashion Industry, Fine Arts, Foreign Countries, Nonformal Education, Publishing Industry, Small Businesses, Socialization, Training, Situated Learning, United Kingdom
DOI: 10.1080/713676987
ISSN: 1363-9080
Divisions: Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Creative Industries Faculty
Copyright Owner: Copyright 2000 Taylor & Francis
Deposited On: 21 Jan 2010 16:50
Last Modified: 11 Aug 2011 02:58

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