Subjectivity Within Cultural Historical Approach

Author: Fernando González Rey
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9811331553
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This book offers a theoretical and epistemological-methodological framework as an alternative approach to the instrumental-descriptive methodology that has prevailed in psychology to date. It discusses the differences between the proposed approach and other theoretical and methodological positions, such as discourse analysis, phenomenology and hermeneutics. Further, it puts forward a proposal that allows the demands of studying subjectivity to be addressed from a cultural-historical standpoint. The book mainly highlights case studies that have been conducted in various countries, and which employ or depart from the theoretical, epistemological and methodological proposals that guide this book. The research discussed here introduces readers to new discussions on theoretical and methodological issues in subjectivity that have increasingly attracted interest.

Subjectivity Within Cultural Historical Approach

Author: Fernando Luis González Rey
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ISBN: 9789811331565
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This book offers a theoretical and epistemological-methodological framework as an alternative approach to the instrumental-descriptive methodology that has prevailed in psychology to date. It discusses the differences between the proposed approach and other theoretical and methodological positions, such as discourse analysis, phenomenology and hermeneutics. Further, it puts forward a proposal that allows the demands of studying subjectivity to be addressed from a cultural-historical standpoint. The book mainly highlights case studies that have been conducted in various countries, and which employ or depart from the theoretical, epistemological and methodological proposals that guide this book. The research discussed here introduces readers to new discussions on theoretical and methodological issues in subjectivity that have increasingly attracted interest.

Perezhivanie Emotions And Subjectivity

Author: Marilyn Fleer
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9811045348
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This book draws upon Vygotsky’s idea of perezhivanie, emotions and imagination, and introduces the concepts of subjective sense and subjective configuration. These concepts are crucial for explaining and understanding children’s development from a cultural-historical perspective. A book which theorises the relations between the social and the individual through a study of a child’s perezhivanie, which analyses emotions more holistically, and advances the concepts of subjective sense and subjective configuration, is much needed. This book examines the complexity of human development through a comprehensive elaboration of these concepts, allowing for new insights to be put forward. It doesn’t always follow the chronological order of Vygotsky’s publications, as many of his works remained in the family archives until the 1980s, when his Selected Works were first published in Russian. There has long been a need for a contemporary book on the scholarly treatment of perezhevanie, emotions, and subjectivity, and as such this book revisits dominant representations of these concepts and then puts forward new ways of conceptualising and using them in empirical research. The chapters cover a broad range of case studies where the concepts of perezhivanie, emotions and imagination and subjective sense and subjective configuration are used to give new empirical and theoretical insights into the study of human development.

The Theory And Practice Of Cultural Historical Psychology

Author: Seth Chaiklin
Editor: Aarhus Universitetsforlag
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This volume offers a selection of theoretical views and empirical investigations by researchers in Europe, South America and North America. The theoretical chapters seek to clarify and extend central concepts of the cultural-historical tradition, such as activity, internalisation, personality, the ideal, theory-practice, and forces and relations of production. The empirical chapters, many of them concerned with the role of communication in developing psychological functions, seek to engage, criticise and extend theoretical concepts such as language construction, role, competition and cooperation, internalization, intersubjectivity, heterogeneity of thinking and subjecting aspects of learning. Based on revised and extended papers presented at the 4th International Congress of the Society for Cultural Research and Activity Theory, this volume provides a useful introduction to a broad range of open research topics in contemporary cultural-historical psychology.

Marxism And The History Of Art

Author: Andrew Hemingway
Editor: Pluto Press (UK)
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The first comprehensive introduction to Marxist approaches to art history. 'The best in the field.' --Esther Leslie

Introduction To Cultural Historical Sociology

Author: Robert Peter Siemens
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This text contributes a unifying paradigm to sociological theory that integrates micro and macrosociological, subjective and objective, social scientific and humanistic perspectives. It synthesizes the European critical theory/phenomenological approach with the American radical tradition, and illuminates the internal tension in the discipline of sociology that many see as the result of the European struggle for world hegemony.

Twilight Of Subjectivity

Author: Fred Reinhard Dallmayr
Editor: Univ of Massachusetts Press
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Bucket Shaped Pots

Author: Asbjørn Engevik
Editor: British Archaeological Reports Limited
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A study of bucket-shaped pots from 986 Norwegian graves. These graves include altogether 1179 bucket-shaped pots or fragments of pots. Bucket-shaped pots represent a ceramic category that is special to Norway. Other than in Norway, only a few pots have been recorded in Sweden, and only a single find comes from Denmark. The premise of this study is the consideration that a thorough and careful analysis of bucket-shaped pots will provide information about manufacture, specialization and workshops, and indentify regional groups and regional identity in the Late Roman and Migration periods, aspects that so far have received little attention. It also helps better clarify the chronology of some of the important artefact categories in Norway in this period.

Speclab

Author: Johanna Drucker
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Nearly a decade ago, Johanna Drucker cofounded the University of Virginia’s SpecLab, a digital humanities laboratory dedicated to risky projects with serious aims. In SpecLab she explores the implications of these radical efforts to use critical practices and aesthetic principles against the authority of technology based on analytic models of knowledge. Inspired by the imaginative frontiers of graphic arts and experimental literature and the technical possibilities of computation and information management, the projects Drucker engages range from Subjective Meteorology to Artists’ Books Online to the as yet unrealized ’Patacritical Demon, an interactive tool for exposing the structures that underlie our interpretations of text. Illuminating the kind of future such experiments could enable, SpecLab functions as more than a set of case studies at the intersection of computers and humanistic inquiry. It also exemplifies Drucker’s contention that humanists must play a role in designing models of knowledge for the digital age—models that will determine how our culture will function in years to come.

A New Approach To The Poetry Of Ezra Pound

Author: Helen May Dennis
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These investigations elucidate Pound's own use of Provencal materials in developing his concept of poetry as the lost art of combining words with music, the technical etudes of Arnaut Daniel, etc. culminating in "Langue d'Oc", and the development of his persona method.

Researching Material Culture

Author: Susan M. Pearce
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Using Biographical And Life History Approaches In The Study Of Adult And Lifelong Learning

Author: Linden West
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"Second in a series of edited volumes resulting from conferences and seminars organized by the European Society for Research on the Education of Adults"--Preface.

Recent Trends In Theoretical Psychology

Author: W.J. Baker
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9780387967578
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This volume constitutes the proceedings of the second biannual conference of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology (see Epilogue) held in Banff, Alberta, Canada, April 20-25, 1987. Thirty-nine papers were presented during the four days of the conference including an invited address by Kenneth Gergen. Unfortunately, even after severely restricting the length of the written papers, the required limitation on printed space permitted only 34 of these to be included in these proceed ings. While most of the papers required editorial adjustment, the authors had final word on style and content. The classification of conference papers tends to be somewhat arbi trary' but we decided to structure the chapters under four headings: phi losophy, metatheory, methodology, and theory. By philosophy we refer primarily to issues in the philosophy of science as these pertain to the dis cipline of psychology. Metatheory refers to theory, drawing on the philo sophy of science and having implications for methodology, about psycho logical theories. Methodology refers to both theory of inquiry and specif ic methods of investigation as these derive from philosophical and meta theoretical considerations. By theory we refer to both analyses of the foundations of extant theory, including historical and sociological ana lyses, and the advancement of substantive theory.

Dissertation Abstracts International

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On The History Of Film Style

Author: David Bordwell
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The study of cinematic style has in many ways shaped attitudes towards films. Style assigns films to a tradition, distinguishes a classic and signals the arrival of an innovation. This book aims to show how film scholars have attempted to explain stylistic continuity and change across the history of cinema.

Science Learning Identity

Author: Wolff-Michael Roth
Editor: Brill / Sense
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Over the recent years, identity has become one of the most central theoretical concept and topics of scholarship in a number of disciplines, including science education. In this volume, leading science educators articulate in carefully prepared case studies their theoretical perspective on science, learning, and identity. More importantly, the authors of the chapters that in the different parts of the book engage each other in a collaboratively written chapter concerning some of the central issues that have arisen from their individual studies; and in particular they engage each other over the similarities and differences between their approaches. This book, which features detailed case studies of identity as both resource and outcomes of learners in a variety of settings, will be of interest to anyone concerned with learning science in and out-of schools. The book also caters for readers who have wondered about how identity mediates science learning and, simultaneously, how engagement in science-related tasks and activities mediates the emergence and development of identities. The general tenor of all chapters is a cultural-historical and sociocultural framework that is brought to issues of identity, thereby inherently transcending the individual person and linking identity to cultural possibilities.

Sudjana Kerton In Indonesian Modern Art

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The Journal Of Speculative Philosophy

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Journal Of Russian And East European Psychology

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Contains unabriged translations of articles from Russian and Eastern European sources, primarily from scholarly journals and collections of articles published in book form.

After The Disciplines

Author: Michael A. Peters
Editor: Praeger
ISBN: 9780897896269
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Examines the emergence of "cultural studies" (a generic term used to cover newly emergent fields of study) within the university and implications for a new disciplinary economy.