Advanced further reading

Advanced further reading

Because of the frames of the program, we lack the possibility to dive deep into topics, we merely touch upon a topic before we move on to the next one. The responsibility to dig deeper is, therefore, on you, depending on what you see as valuable. Here is a list of books that we highly recommend looking into before module 2.

We do not have these books available for you because of copy-right restriction, but finding them online shouldn't be a problem. Tips/checklist:

  1. Read what interests you.

  2. Find free reading materials. Check out libgen. (Libgen is not legal.)

  3. Relate what you read to your own life. How does the reading apply to you, and how can you apply what you read in a different context?

  4. Ask yourself questions while reading, what is the essence of what is being communicated here?

  5. Be critical, what does the writer assume or depend upon?


1. Brown, Peter C. 2014. Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. 2. Karp, Tom. 2016. Til Meg Selv (NO)

3. Alvesson, Mats. 2013. The Triumph of Emptiness. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter 1-3, 5, 6, 7, 9.

4. Gergen, Kenneth. 2015. An Invitation to Social Construction. 3rd ed.

5. Cunliffe, Ann. 2014. A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book about Management. 2nd ed. Sage.

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