This chapter discusses expert knowledge and activity, that is, the specific cognitive aspect of expert competency. Particular emphasis is placed on two concepts in modern cognitive science, namely situatedness and artefacts. The chapter begins by discussing some of the findings of the problem-solving studies of the 1980s and 1990s that were further developed by the approach of situated, embodied cognition. The theoretical discussion is illustrated with practical examples from the field of professional translation as intercultural text production.
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- Situatedness and Artefacts in Expert Knowledge and Activity
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