Edited by William B. Gartner and Bruce T. Teague
Chapter 13: Socially situated entrepreneurial cognition: promising linkage and directions in studying entrepreneurial behavior, practice and process
In this chapter our aim is two-fold. First, we make a case that there exist many commonalities between the major themes and assumptions of practice theories and those of socially situated cognition theories where human thinking and doing, in general, and entrepreneurial thinking and doing, in particular, is concerned. Second, once we establish these commonalities, we offer a few key insights from socially situated cognition theory that, in our view, can provide fruitful future directions to further our understanding of practice-based explanations for entrepreneurial thinking and doing.
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