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||From Practice towards Entrepreneurship －The Story of 3 Film Studio Entrepreneurs|
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Social Learning Theory
||This study discusses “entrepreneurial learning process of film studios entrepreneur” with three film studios entrepreneurs through the approach narrative inquiry and researcher also tried to figure out the relevance of their life experiences of three and endowed meaning.|
The researcher analyzed these entrepreneurs’ life experiences from the prospective of “A Social Theory of Learning.” Through the analysis to realize how they could start the studios business through the process of practicing and cause the development of identity through the continuously process of meaning negotiation under the circumstances of communities of practice. Researcher sorted out the findings of this research into three parts:
1. How the “practice” trigger film studios entrepreneurs’ entrepreneurial learning?
2. How film studios entrepreneurs form entrepreneurial identity through the accumulation of learning experiences?
3. What is the change of entrepreneurial identity to film studios entrepreneurs through meaning negotiation with communities of practice after they started up their studios?
Researcher hope that through the process of interview and literature review can make contributions for those people who would like to start up film studios in the future .
||Yu-Chung Liu - chair|
Chihyuan Wang - co-chair
Stephen D. Tsai - advisor
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