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In the next section, and in an attempt to interweave survey and debate, we move from historical background and socio-cultural change, to questions of traditional tensions and their relationship with current inflections of the long-standing Two Cultures debate. 5 Key concepts: the Two Cultures debate The previous two sections have provided background in respect of key words and terms and an outline of key historical landmarks. It is now necessary to return to underlying philosophies, positions and discursive practices.

There is a distinct pattern emerging in those universities that have a long-standing history of applied practice and one where the RAE demands are less influential in a less research dominated culture. This is not a new insight but one predicated in recent history and certainly something that will be extended into the REF developments leading up to 2013. Current variations in how KT is measured as an indicator of esteem increase the pressure on academics to reconsider their relationship with KT in light of the 2008 RAE process.

Chapters 4 and 5 address this in more detail by exploring how knowledge, and more broadly organisational knowledge and behaviour, may be key factors in the KT process, looking closer at how we harness this to best effect within an institutional setting, learning about what patterns of interplay and characteristics lend themselves best to humanities disciplines. Do the arts and humanities have an innate fear of codified knowledge, preferring a paradigm of knowledge as disinterested, and, if so, is this against a cultural instinct for the pursuit of applicable knowledge?

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