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Canberra: Universities Australia. Zuboff, S. (1988). In the age of the smart machine: The future of work and power. New York: Basic Books. Chapter 3 Knowledge Claims and Values in Higher Education Monica Kennedy Abstract The integration of practice-based learning experiences in higher education is somewhat problematic—traditional ideas about what knowledge is, where is resides, how it is justified and its relative certainty and simplicity are at odds with the notions of practice-based knowledge.
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