So here we are, at the end of another semester, and it’s time for me to look back at what I’ve done and reflect on the choices I’ve made. My focus here is on my CiteULike tags, which have created a natural and organic folksonomy as a reflection of how I think of articles.
I am blogging about Hara last because, to be honest, I really struggled with this book. There is just so much in it, and there’s so little I know about public defenders. But there was one section I came across that I had to write about: the three types of knowledge Hara presents. Hara writes that there is cultural knowledge, which he defines as “what it is like to be a member of a certain profession” (114); book knowledge, which is knowledge taken in from documents; and practical knowledge, which Hara states is knowing how to use book knowledge.