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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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