Recipe Knowledge and Knowledge Work: Does Technology Create Human Capital?

By Leigh S. Shaffer.

Published by The Technology Collection

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Recipe Knowledge — the set of ordered steps required to operate technology — does not always lead to the development of human capital among workers.

Keywords: Recipe Knowledge, Technology, Human Capital, Expertise, Education, Training, Deskilling, Computer Software

International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 1, Issue 6, pp.35-42. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.005MB).

Dr. Leigh S. Shaffer

Leigh S. Shaffer is currently Professor of Sociology at West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania and is interested in sociological theory, sociology of knowledge, and sociology of work. He has recently published a series of articles on advising college students in developing human capital, and has authored a series of articles on the subject of recipe knowledge.


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