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Lave and Wenger – 1991 – Legitimate Peripheral Participation

Summary: The chapter describes the development of legitimate peripheral participation, a theory of learning in the context of social practice, that evolved from the concept of situated learning. LPP encompasses three dynamics: legitimacy (belonging to a community of practice), peripheral (multiple ways to be involved in the community, that can/should change as learning is acquired), and participation(the degree of relationship in community membership, which also can/should change as learning is acquired).

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Contu and Wilmott – 2003 – Re-embedding situatedness – The importance of power relations in learning theory

Note: Added this to the reading list as a cross-over between sensemaking and storytelling/narrative. Look at how people situate (embody) themselves in the story in order to make sense of the disparate information curated from social media to co-create “situational awareness” — in effect a snapshot in time story for responders used for sensemaking, decision-making, and resource allotment.

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Cunliffe, Luhman & Boje – 2004 – Narrative Temporality – Implications for organizational research

Note: Added this to the reading list as a cross-over between sensemaking and storytelling/narrative. Look at how people situate (embody) themselves in the story in order to make sense of the disparate information curated from social media to co-create “situational awareness” — in effect a snapshot in time story for responders used for sensemaking, decision-making, and resource allotment.

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Cunliffe and Coupland – 2011 – From Hero to Villain to Hero – Making experience sensible through embodied narrative sensemaking

Note: Added this to the reading list as a cross-over between sensemaking and storytelling/narrative. Look at how people situate (embody) themselves in the story in order to make sense of the disparate information curated from social media to co-create “situational awareness” — in effect a snapshot in time story for responders used for sensemaking, decision-making, and resource allotment.

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Dawson & Sykes – 2018 – Concepts of Time and Temporality in the Storytelling and Sensemaking Literatures – A Review and Critique

Note: Added this to the reading list as a cross-over between time/sociotemporality and sensemaking. Look at situated and oriented time to see how this potentially connects with the process of co-creating “situational awareness” — in effect a snapshot in time story for responders used for sensemaking, decision-making, and resource allotment.

Summary: Deep literature review and proposals for a future research agenda that considers the relationships between time/temporality on sensemaking and storytelling.

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Quinn and Bederson – 2011 – Human computation: A survey and taxonomy of a growing field.

Summary: This paper proposes a standard definition and classification system for human computation based on a systematic literature review of computer science papers published by ACM.

Synthesis: Interesting approach that could be helpful to extension of T/R/H framework. See sections: Consider new dimension pairs and Invent new values for dimensions