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Jonathan A. Crothers MSFollow

Submission Purpose

Graduate Student Award Application

Submission Purpose

Main Conference

Type of Proposal

Paper: Empirical

Abstract

This study investigates how adults informally learn through engaging with the object of their bicycles in the social context of the sport of amateur road racing, and explores how this learning has shaped their individual and social identities.

Keywords

Embodied Learning, Actor Network Theory, Leisure Sports

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Road Warriors: Fostering Object-Learner Assemblages Through a Social Context of Embodied Learning

This study investigates how adults informally learn through engaging with the object of their bicycles in the social context of the sport of amateur road racing, and explores how this learning has shaped their individual and social identities.