Production of Knowledge
of Higher Education have two
production of knowledge
production of scholarly knowledge is not
conducted by isolated individuals,
but rather people who interact within the community
of scholars. A genius sitting
alone thinking brilliant thoughts does not advance
knowledge. The thoughts must be communicated to
communicated, the ideas will be debated and:
and incorporated as part of the "knowledge-base"
ideas that are incorporated into the shared "knowledge"
of scholars are subject to being revised
or rejected at a later time. Similarly,
knowledge that was previously rejected may be
accepted at a later
time. Knowledge production is
a fluid process.