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||Learning in the Experience of Identity Formation-Using NSYSU Guitar Association as an Example|
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Community of practice
Social learning theory
||This research uses the approach of narrative inquiry to analyze the life and learning experiences of the memberships of NSYSU Guitar Association. Based on the concept of Social Learning Theory, Community of Practice and Organization Identity, this research presents the process of the members that how they participate in the community. Explore what they change and learn in the process. hrough scrutinizing in the origins of the members identity, what rooted identity is and how the identity changing in the process. Try to understand how identity to influence membership in this process and how a membership to generate new organization identity and push forward this new organization identity for all memberships to recognition. By analyzing the data and literatures, we sorted out the findings of this research :|
1. Personal identity interacts with the community to shape and adapt. The identity and the ability to learning form each other constantly. How to generate a person have leaning ability is to establish his identity.
2. They confirm each other’s organization though emotional events. If new comers have conflicts between personal identity and organization identity. They will find the way to adapt their identity to coexist with the community.
3. Personal ability will infect the community through accountability. People in the community performances of professional competence will push other community members.
4. The community’s trajectory makes individual’s organizational identity to have access to display and promote community to have the possibility to change.
||Ching-Fang Lee - chair|
Ted Yu-chung Liu - co-chair
Chi-yuan Wang - advisor
Stephen D. Tsai - advisor
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