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Knowledge in Transformation: Instruction, Interaction and Materiality

Studio 1 addresses issues pertaining to knowledge in transformation, particularly in relation to technological advancements in various professional domains. Empirical studies are conducted in university-based professional education as well as technology intense work settings. Three key-concepts form the basis of the research agenda: Instruction, Interaction and Materiality.

  • Instruction puts an analytical focus on the ways in which people at work and in educational settings make actions and objects intelligible to each other; for instance, how they develop shared criteria for professional judgments or achieve common understandings of a subject matter.
  • Interaction specifies an interest in how instructions and instructed actions are accomplished in moment-to-moment interaction. By video-recording interaction, it becomes possible to capture and analyse detailed aspects of how people deal with problems of critical concern for professional conduct.
  • Materiality refers to an interest in the ways interaction and the transformation of knowledge are bound up with artefacts, objects and other constituents of the material surroundings: for instance, with novel digital tools for diagnosing diseases or with ways of visualizing procedures in dental education. Embodied aspects of the ways participants handle these technologies are also accorded a central analytic place.

The research in Studio 1 relies on inter-disciplinary collaboration between the social sciences and other disciplines, at this point in architecture, radiology, radiation physics, endodontics, health sciences, and shipping and marine technology. The studies take a starting point in issues identified by the disciplines of specific professions, and use video recordings as a basis for analytical observations. The studies aim to produce results of relevance for the social sciences as well as the other participating disciplines. A further aim is to contribute in the development of work practice and in the design of education for the professions.

 

Studio 1

Anja Almén
Ph.D. in Radiation physics
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Sara Asplund
Ph.D.-student in Radiation Physics
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Magnus Båth
Assoc. Prof. in Radiation Physics
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Joakim Dahlman
MD. in Rehabilitation medicine
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Lisbeth Dahlström
Endodontist
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Jonas Ivarsson
Proessor in Education
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Elin Johansson
Ph.D-student in Education
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Åse Johnsson
M.D. in Medicine, Assoc. Prof. in Radiology, Senior Thoracic Radiologist
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Thomas Kvist
Ph.D. in Odontology
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Kajsa Lindberg
Assoc. Prof. in Management
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Olle Lindmark
Msc. in Maritime Management
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Oskar Lindwall
Assoc. Prof. in Education
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Charlotta Lundh
Ph.D. in Radiation Physics
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Åsa Mäkitalo
Professor in Education
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Todd Nicewonger
Ph.D.in Anthropology
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Rauni Nord
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Torben Nordahl Amorøe
Med. Dr., Senior consultant in anesthesiology
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Claes Reit
Professor in Endodontology
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Sanna Rimpiläinen
Ph.D. in Education
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Hans Rystedt
Professor in Education
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Charlott Sellberg
Ph.D-student in Education
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Christina Söderman
Ph.D-student in Radiation Physics
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Alexa von Wrangel
Ph.D.-student in Radiation Physics
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