Assign different kinds of Tacit Knowledge to the actions
In the distinguishing process the three kinds of tacit knowledge relational, somatic and collective tacit knowledge, are discerned.
Distinctions between familiar and unfamiliar actions, made at step four, are a precursor (forerunner) for the distinction of different kinds of tacit knowledge as it singles out the unfamiliar. To specify both the familiar and unfamiliar actions I complement the codes of Collins. Collins has developed three codes for three kinds of tacit knowledge: Relational Tacit Knowledge (RTK), Somatic Tacit Knowledge (STK), Collective Tacit Knowledge (CTK).
ñRTK (relational tacit knowledge)
ñSTK (somatic tacit knowledge)
ñCTK (collective tacit knowledge)
To these actions specific (sub)fields as academic and artistic could be connected. See the following codes with abbreviations in brackets:
· Sub / Somatic - academic [Sub-AC STK] / artistic [Sub-AR STK]
· Sub / Collective [C] - academic [Sub-AC CTK] / artistic [Sub-AR CTK]
· Personal [P]
In the assignation of the origin of actions, especially between somatic and collective tacit knowledge, I try to be sensitive to the tendency of my decision. The third one, personal [P], I use as a forerunner to the next step to clear out the specificity of the artistic research project.