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The Cambridge handbook of sociocultural psychology

Author: Alberto Rosa; Jaan Valsiner
Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2018. ©2018
Series: Cambridge handbooks in psychology
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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Sociocultural psychology is a discipline located at the crossroads between the natural and social societies and the humanities. This international overview of the field provides an antireductionist and comprehensive account of how experience and behaviour arise from human action with cultural materials in social practices. The outcome is a vision of the dynamics of sociocultural and personal life in which time and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alberto Rosa; Jaan Valsiner
ISBN: 1316610284 9781316610282 9781107157699 1107157692 9781316662229 1316662225
OCLC Number: 1010506304
Description: xviii, 671 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Sociocultural Psychology on the Move / Jaan Valsiner --
pt. I Theoretical and Methodological Issues --
1. The Human Psyche Lives in Semiospheres / Jaan Valsiner --
2. Cultural Psychology as the Science of Sensemaking: A Semiotic-cultural Framework for Psychology / Sergio Salvatore --
3. Knowledge and Experience: Interobjectivity, Subjectivity, and Social Relations / Sandra Jovchelovitch --
4."Mediationism" in Cognitive and Social Theory / Alan Costall --
5. Sociocultural Psychology and Interpersonal Psychoanalysis: The Semiotic Space in the Consulting Room / Philip J. Rosenbaum --
pt. II Action, Objects, Artifacts, and Meaning --
6. Spirited Psyche Creates Artifacts: Semiotic Dynamics of Experience in the Shaping of Objects, Agency, and Intentional Worlds / Alberto Rosa --
7. Making Social Objects: The Theory of Social Representation / Andu Rammer Note continued: 8. Beyond the Distinction between Tool and Sign: Objects and Artifacts in Human Activity / Sami Paavola --
9. The Sociocultural Study of Creative Action / Vlad Petre Glaveanu --
10. Symbolic Resources and Imagination in the Dynamics of Life / Tania Zittoun --
pt. III The Agent Rises a Reflective Self: Education and Development --
11. Early Infancy --
a Moving World: Embodied Experience and the Emergence of Thinking / Silvia Espanol --
12. Object Pragmatics: Culture and Communication --
the Bases for Early Cognitive Development / Noemi Yuste --
13. Distinguishing Two Processes of Self-reflection / Alex Gillespie --
14. Making Memory: Meaning in Development of the Autobiographical Self / Katherine Nelson --
15. Mapping Dialogic Pedagogy: Instrumental and Non-instrumental Education / Eugene Matusov --
16. Development and Education as Crossing Sociocultural Boundaries / Giuseppina Marsico --
pt. IV Institutional Artifacts for Value Note continued: 17. Ownership and Exchange in Children: Implications for Social and Moral Development / Gustavo Faigenbaum --
18. Possessions and Money beyond Market Economy / Noboru Takahashi --
pt. V Aesthetic and Religious Experiences --
19. The Sociocultural Constitution of Aesthetic Transcendence / Mark Freeman --
20. Sociocultural Science of Religion and Natural Belief / James Cresswell --
21. Psyche and Religio Face to Face: Religion, Psychology, and Modern Subjectivity in the Mirror / Luis Martinez Guerrero --
pt. VI Practices and Artifacts for Imagining Identity --
22. Imaginative Processes and the Making of Collective Realities in National Allegories / Luca Tateo --
23. National Identities in the Making and Alternative Pathways of History Education / Cristian Parellada --
24. The Politics of Representing the Past: Symbolic Spaces of Positioning and Irony / Ignacio Bresco De Luna Note continued: 25. Beyond Historical Guilt: Intergenerational Narratives of Violence and Reconciliation / Giovanna Leone --
26. Psytizenship: Sociocultural Mediations in the Historical Shaping of the Western Citizen / Jose Carlos Loredo-Narciandi --
pt. VII Experiences Make the Person --
27. The Human Experience: A Dialogical Account of Self and Feelings / Carla Cunha --
28. Knowing Ourselves: Dances of Social Guidance, Imagination, and Development by Overcoming Ambivalence / Emily Abbey --
29. Personal History and Historical Selfhood: The Embodied and Pre-reflective Dimension / Ditte Alexandra Winther-Lindqvist --
30. The Development of a Person: Children's Experience of Being and Becoming within the Cultural Life Course / Jakob Waag Villadsen --
31. The Construction of the Person in the Interethnic Situation: Dialogues with Indigenous University Students / Marilia Antunes Benedito Note continued: 32. Social Identities, Gender, and Self: Cultural Canalization in Imagery Societies / Ana Flavia Do Amaral Madureira --
33. The Experience of Aging: Views from Without and Within / Dieter Ferring --
General Conclusion --
34. An Epistemological Coda: Sociocultural Psychology among the Sciences / Jaan Valsiner.
Series Title: Cambridge handbooks in psychology
Other Titles: Sociocultural psychology
Responsibility: edited by Alberto Rosa (Universidad Antónoma de Madrid), Jaan Valsiner (Aalborg University, Denmark).

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