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Concept System Analysis of the ThirdPlaceLearning Theory


The ThirdPlaceLearning (TPL) frame and its sub-frames, constructed by Cognitive Linguistics methods, is a visual representation of the interconnected concepts. A list of defined terms and their underlying concepts were developed to create this frame - a representation of connections and associations within this frame. The concepts were then clustered within mental constructs, named categories, and used to clarify the structure of the TPL theory. The TPL frameand its sub-frames represent an associative network of concepts and terms belonging to different categories. It is a visualization of the TPL theorythat comprises a set of dialogically negotiated mental/conceptual constructs.
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Tatiana Orel, Mara Alagic, Glyn Michael Rimmington. Concept System Analysis of the ThirdPlaceLearning Theory. Terminology and Knowledge Engineering 2014, Jun 2014, Berlin, Germany. 10 p. ⟨hal-01005870⟩
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