By K. A. Applegate
The Yeerks are eventually beginning to become aware of that the "Andalite bandits" are not likely extraterrestrial beings in any respect. They're eventually beginning to become aware of that perhaps they've been facing people all alongside. And nobody - in particular the newly appointed Visser One - is excited with this data. now not satisfied at all.
When Tobias, the opposite Animorphs, and Ax detect that the Yeerks are approximately to discover them, its unintentionally. yet that doesn't make the invention any much less critical. simply because in a battle, one aspect wins. And one part loses . . .
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The Yeerks are eventually beginning to observe that the "Andalite bandits" are not really extraterrestrial beings in any respect. They're ultimately beginning to become aware of that perhaps they've been facing people all alongside. And not anyone - particularly the newly appointed Visser One - is excited with this information. no longer satisfied in any respect.
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The communication of knowledge will usually involve a form of the development of new knowledge. ’ and then proceeded to force our own conception of research onto our audience. Wrong, not because it would have been impolite, arrogant, or immoral in some THE FOUNDATION PHASE 27 other way, but because ditching their research concept and replacing it with our own would have the opposite result than the one we desired, namely to link our discourse up with theirs. Even an explication completely devoid of complicated terminology, as an argument for an alternative research conception, would not be assimilated as anything other than a foreign body in their discourse.
It is based on the assumption that if research is to play a contributory role in changing the discourse of the company, then its chances of achieving results are far greater if the research perspectives are made relevant within the framework of the company’s discourse than if the company’s personnel acquire the ability to participate in a new discourse on the company, but within the framework of a research-type discourse. In what follows we shall elaborate on this perspective by presenting some examples of our interventionist strategy as it was manifested in our attempts to link up with the local discourse at the factory where our action research project was carried out.
Our task is 36 THE END OF THEORY OF ORGANIZATION? ” The measures for which our practical assistance is required include various types of dialogue conferences as well as certain training expedients and situationally contingent participation in specified meetings/discussions, for example in connection with unforeseen problems or conflicts that can arise during the course of the project. In addition, if the collaboration is continued further into a project development stage, we presuppose our own participation in a body responsible for coordinating the development activities and formulating a general strategy.
The Diversion (Animorphs, Book 49) by K. A. Applegate