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  • AO: Citing Kelty, the analyst calls collaboration: “mutifaceted and rhizomic” and asks if it could be too weak of a word to describe the entanglements of complicity, cultural orientation, suspicion and paranoia, commitment and intimate involvement, credit and authority, and the production of reliable knowledge for partially articulated goals” (102)

  • AO: The analyst asks if collaboration might be too much of a “feel-good” or friendly term for the commitment, fights and compromises that all actors involved experience.

  • AO: the analyst highlights the situated nature of the moment and its change over time. She seems to hold that polyvocality is important for collaboration: “taking into consideration the different perspectives, experiences, and points of views of the many voices involved in the collaborative moment as well as the multitextual nature of the knowledge produced in collaboration.”


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