Why did I coin the new term “Thematic Engagement”?

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  • Part 1: Project, Projecting, and Activity
  • Part 2: Significance
  • Part 3: Complexity
  • Part 4: Genidentity
  • Part 5: Rethinking Activity Theory
  • Concepts and Themes
  • Project and Platform
  • Culture and History
  • Context and Settings
  • Activity, Concept, Culture: this set of keywords is discovered from Andy Blunden’s approach.
  • Actor, Settings, Society: this set of keywords is discovered from the Project Engagement approach.
  • Balloon: Concepts or Themes. It refers to the abstract aspect of social practices.
  • Chair: Materials. It refers to the concrete aspect of social practices.
  • Traditional craftsmen only focus on the concrete aspect of social practices: materials.
  • Contemporary knowledge workers have to deal with a web of concepts or themes.

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Oliver Ding

Oliver Ding

Founder of CALL(Creative Action Learning Lab), information architect, knowledge curator.