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The Cambridge Companion to Vygotsky

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  • Page extent: 476 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight: 0.64 kg

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521537872)




      CONTENTS



List of Contributors page vii
  Editors’ Introduction 1
  HARRY DANIELS, MICHAEL COLE, AND JAMES V. WERTSCH
  Vygotsky in Context
1.   Vygotsky in Context: 1900–1935 21
  RENÉ VAN DER VEER
2.   Vygotsky’s Demons 50
  DAVID BAKHURST
3.   An Interesting Resemblance: Vygotsky, Mead, and American Pragmatism 77
  ANNE EDWARDS
4.   Vygotsky, Mead, and the New Sociocultural Studies of Identity 101
  DOROTHY HOLLAND AND WILLIAM LACHICOTTE, JR.
5.   Vygotsky on Thinking and Speaking 136
  VERA P. JOHN-STEINER
  Readings of Vygotsky
6.   Terminology in L. S. Vygotsky’s Writings 155
  BORIS G. MESHCHERYAKOV
7.   Mediation 178
  JAMES V. WERTSCH
8.   Vygotsky and Culture 193
  MICHAEL COLE AND NATALIA GAJDAMASCHKO
9.   Thought and Word: The Approaches of L. S. Vygotsky and G. G. Shpet 212
  VLADIMIR P. ZINCHENKO
10.   The Development of Children’s Conceptual Relation to the World, with Focus on Concept Formation in Preschool Children’s Activity 246
  MARIANE HEDEGAARD
11.   Inside and Outside the Zone of Proximal Development: An Ecofunctional Reading of Vygotsky 276
  PABLO DEL RÍO AND AMELIA ÁLVAREZ
  Applications of Vygotsky’s Work
12.   Pedagogy 307
  HARRY DANIELS
13.   Sociocultural Theory and Education of Children with Special Needs: From Defectology to Remedial Pedagogy 332
  ALEX KOZULIN AND BORIS GINDIS
14.   Putting Vygotsky to Work: The Change Laboratory as an Application of Double Stimulation 363
  YRJÖ ENGESTRÖM
  References 383
  Index 427

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