Leigh Shaffer is a Professor in the Department of Anthropology and Sociology at West Chester University


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

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

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The Use of Recipe Knowledge in Medicine

This paper will explore the literature on the development of decision aids in medicine as a case study of the deliberate construction of recipe knowledge.

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Real Social Theory in a Virtual Social Age

This paper argues that the objects of classical Symbolic Interactionism have changed in the digital age and that classic Symbolic Interactionism is not sufficiently articulate to explain these emergent phenomena.

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When will the Information Society Lead to a Revolution in Curricular Goals and Practices?

A "just-in-time" approach to designing educational curricula is described to take full advantage of the internet to help students develop transferable skills.

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