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65 4 KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER OVER GENERATIONS: CONTINUITY AND CHANGE The transfer of knowledge between the old and the young generation is ana- lyzed in this chapter. Focussing on it reveals the process of knowledge gen- eration and its further transmission. By adapting a temporal perspective, I in- tend not to reconstruct historical changes in a chronological linear way, but to concentrate on the main changes in structures of communication on the one hand and changes in the symbolic and social order of knowledge and society on the other. This approach of seeing

The Construction and Transfer of Knowledge in Antiquity and the Middle Ages
Interdisziplinäre Betrachtungen
Neue Verortungen von Wissenstransfer
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Archiving Body in Dance The Trajectory of the Dance Archive Box Project Nanako Nakajima | 191 Questions of Participation: Implementing the German Dance Congress as an Artistic, Reflective, and Political Project Sabine Gehm and Katharina von Wilcke in Dialogue with Holger Hartung | 219 “Tea Times” Creating Formats of Informal Exchange and Knowledge Transfer Christel Weiler | 231 Contributors | 239

Appendices 297 Appendix B-3a: Overview over types of applied project outcomes in the IWRM funding priority  Project Approach / Topic Outcomes for individuals / households Outcomes for pub- lic administration and policy making Outcomes for larger public Capacity Develop- ment (CD) Transfor- mation knowledge; transfer- ability Guanting, China (added to IWRM priority) Sustainable land and water use from climate, ecol- ogy, economy perspective Modelling and scenario analysis for DS* CD for technology use, science 1 Miyun / Peking, China (added

Sustainable Development in Science Policy-Making300 Appendix B-3b: Overview over types of applied project outcomes in the Megacities funding initiative   Project Approach/ Topic Outcomes for individuals / households Outcomes for public administration and policy making Outcomes for larger public Capacity Development (CD) Transformation knowledge; transferability Megacities project Casablanca, Morocco Urban agriculture Action plan for integrating urban agriculture into the urban development process; Weather/ climate models for DS* Design

for communication, knowledge transfer, and education, but also create forms of knowledge and power of machine-based intelligence that enable new spaces of action for political and human resources economic processes and decisions. (Keedwell/Narayanan 2005) The New Artificial Intelligence movement has abandoned the cognitivist perspective and now instead relies on the premise that intelligent behaviour should be analysed using synthetically produced equipment and control architectures. (cf. Munakata 2008) In order to explore artificial intelligence, today

lights), follow norms and recognize laws. This enables the brain to go through the day in a kind of comfort zone that spares it unnecessary overexertion. According to brain researcher Gerald Hüther, our brain acts in the way we usually use it and have used it in the past. In terms of the cloverleaf model, on average up to 90 percent of our educa- tion and training is taken up with order and logic, or the left-hand side of the model. THE CLOVERLEAF MODEL 279 REASON INTUITION thinking implement experiment thinking outside the box THOUGHT ACTION classical knowledge

mechanisms, however, of knowledge transfer and knowledge produc- tion in the context of serious games and their dual relationship to reality are still to be researched. Various approaches have been attempted. Benjamin Beil, for instance, examined the “deep ‘nesting’ of entertainment game and serious game,”9 and Dominik Wessely pursued the “different strategies of knowledge transfer by developers of (serious) games as well as by documentary filmmak- ers,”10 concluding: “Game designers and developers are not yet subjected, in their productions, to a comparable pressure