profile : Part A : Figure 4
|This figure shows the five
thematic categories related to VETNET ECER papers. These categories are
associated with groups of descriptors which have been applied to
the papers. The breakdown of categories in this figure clearly resembles
the one shown for the projects (figure 2). There
are only certain differences in the pattern of frequency observed among
the descriptors related to these categories.
The most frequently represented
category is process, which includes, above all, the descriptors
work/career and learning. Next in freqency is the category system,
which particularly represents the descriptor VET. The category actor
mainly refers to the descriptors learner and worker; the category framework
to the descriptor economy, and the category environment to the descriptor
As is the case for projects,
each category related to the papers represents at least one major descriptor
(see the top group of descriptors in figure 3).
Again, the category process stands out, not only in the overall
frequency of descriptor applications, but in representing quite a range
of frequently applied descriptors. This particular feature will be taken
up again in comparison with projects (figure 7).
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thematic analysis see introduction and the map of
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