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The sample consisted of educators, apprentices, Master crafts people and industry representatives to reflect the variance of views and experience of the actors involved in the delivery of apprenticeship ... The volume of extant research conducted on apprenticeship in each country was found to be surprisingly low, considering the long tradition of these august systems in both Ireland and Japan. ... One Master who worked in Norway was impressed by the focus on design by craftspeople in Norway and believed that Japan should be more open to international influences and ideas of using existing skills ...doi:10.24377/ljmu.t.00005247 fatcat:i5fariyl4rbk3jujnni6gxjtu4