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  • Regardless of approach, we can glean much from existing theories of learning - namely the situatedness, sociability, and contextual dimensions of learning.
  • It is true enough that Dixon's language reflects his protagonists 'perspective, their "situatedness," but that it "attaches itself" to the flow of consciousness seems to...
  • "situatedness" (to steal a term from Dr. Gaffin), so do the Gospels.
  • To that I add the cultural situatedness and affective dimensions!
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