Outlines – Critical Practice Studies: Vol 19, No 1 now online

We are happy to announce that Outlines – Critical Practice Studies Vol. 19, No. 1 is now online. Outlines is a publication providing a forum for theoretically and empirically informed debates about the relationships between individual subjects, social structures, and historically developed cultural forms of practice.

Outlines wishes to stimulate forms of social research in which theory and practice presuppose and move each other in reflected processes of development.

We proudly present the following editorial and articles:

Pernille Hviid: Editorial: Why is Outlines – critical practice studies so critical?

Tine Aagaard & Tove Borg: Patient Participation in Healthcare Practice in Greenland: Local Challenges and Global Reflections

Miguel Torres García: The Evolution of a Practice in Trialectic Space: An Approach Inclusive of Norms and Performance.

Chrisstina Munck: How Contradictions in Professional Practices Become Contradictions in Research Practices

Willy Castro Guzmán: A Change Laboratory Professional Development Intervention to Motivate University Teachers to Identify and Overcome Barriers to the Integration of ICT

Bjørg Kjær: The Reflective Methodologists A Cultural Analysis of Danish Pedagogues’ Individualised Silence and Collective Articulations

We hope you enjoy this new issue!

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