An (auto)biographical theologica habitus - Future perspectives for the workplace

Van den Berg, J. A. An (auto)biographical theologica habitus - Future perspectives for the workplace 2nd ed. Bloemfontein, South Africa: Acta Theologica, 2010.

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Author Van den Berg, J. A.
Title An (auto)biographical theologica habitus - Future perspectives for the workplace
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An (auto)biographical theologica habitus - Future perspectives for the workplace
Place of Publication Bloemfontein, South Africa
Publisher Acta Theologica
Publication year 2010
Sub-type Research book (original research)
Open Access Status File (Publisher version)
Volume Supplementum 13
Edition 2nd
ISSN 1015-8758
Language eng
Total number of pages 148
Formatted Abstract/Summary
In professional jargon, architects often refer to the entrance of a particular building. This is a direct allusion to, inter alia, the design and the way in which it influences the aesthetic sense-impressions with which a specific space is entered. In the corresponding space which will be entered in this study, the search for a relevant theologia habitus that has meaning for the future workplace will be mapped out. This quest for an appropriate presentation of a relevant theologia habitus for the future workplace will be informed from the vantage point(s) of an interdisciplinary dialogue between practical theology and futures studies, as formulated and guided on the basis of narrative (auto)biographical accents. In the entrance – which can be regarded as the foyer of the building to which the study pertains – it is thus important to articulate design accents in order to escort the reader towards an understanding and experience of the space(s) that is (are) delineated. [Extract]
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