Mooney, Lisa (2014) Knowledge exchange in the humanities and social sciences. In: Handbook of Research Management. Sage, US. ISBN UNSPECIFIED (In Press)
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This chapter explores the derivation, background and current inflections on Knowledge Exchange(KE)and
outlines the key factors affecting the adoption of KE by the arts, humanities and social sciences in the current climate of a knowledge driven society.
In the context of an emergent rise in Knowledge Transfer practices in the modern university this paper attempts to uncover some of the background on how the KE agenda was arrived at and how some have struggled to define and
adopt it as a normative practice in scholarly life. We suggest that the modern university has perhaps not fully embraced the place of the arts and social sciences in that context, and in an attempt to better equip both
academics and their institution for KE, we present a range of possible methodologies and recommendations that may add weight to the argument.
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Keywords:||Knowledge Transfer, Knowledge Exchange, Research Management, Research practices, Co-producing research|
|Subjects:||N Business and Administrative studies > N220 Institutional Management|
N Business and Administrative studies > N990 Business and Administrative studies not elsewhere classified
|Divisions:||College of Social Science > Lincoln Business School|
|Deposited By:||Lisa Mooney|
|Deposited On:||30 Jan 2012 14:45|
|Last Modified:||04 Apr 2014 10:27|
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