Problems and Methods, Second Edition
Chapter 6: Talking while practising
Talking while working is a specific practical activity, forming a practice and its institutional environment. Discursive practices are entangled and sociomaterial activities that perform several goals: creating identity and professional competence, performing mutual understanding, overcoming absence and distance and building a community by sharing stories. Discursive practices form the discursive infrastructure of a practice.
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