Cultures of Action and Shared Ways of Organizing the Construction of Sense

Jean-Marie Barbier
NOWIS
2016; 2 (3):
ICID: 1233793
Article type: Original article
 
 
The object of the culture of action concept is the framework of thinking of entities and verbalization of activity. There has been observed a diversity of cultures of action in various fields, such as education, social work, therapy, management, scientific activity. The culture of action concept can be defined as a shared and evolving way of organizing the process of constructing sense around the activity of the involved entities. It is close to the notion of episteme within the meaning given by Foucault and mental habit (habitude mentale) by Panofsky.
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