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The Cambridge Handbook of Sociocultural Psychology

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  • Page extent: 750 pages
  • Size: 253 x 177 mm
  • Weight: 1.248 kg

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521670050)




Contents



Preface page ix
Contributors xiii
Editors’ Introduction: Contemporary Social-Cultural Research: Uniting Culture, Society, and Psychology 1
Jaan Valsiner and Alberto Rosa
PART I:   THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES
1   The Myth, and Beyond: Ontology of Psyche and Epistemology of Psychology 23
  Jaan Valsiner and Alberto Rosa
2   Language, Cognition, Subjectivity: A Dynamic Constitution 40
  Thomas Slunecko and Sophie Hengl
3   Psychology within Time: Theorizing about the Making of Socio-Cultural Psychology 62
  Jorge Castro-Tejerina and Alberto Rosa
4   Sampling Reconsidered: Idiographic Science and the Analysis of Personal Life Trajectories 82
  Tatsuya Sato, Yuko Yasuda, Ayae Kido, Ayumu Arakawa, Hazime Mizoguchi, and Jaan Valsiner
PART II:   FROM NATURE TO CULTURE
5   The Windowless Room: ‘Mediationism’ and How to Get Over It 109
  Alan Costall
6   Functional Systems of Perception-Action and Re-Mediation 124
  David Travieso
7   Comparative Development of Communication: An Evolutionary Perspective 140
  Adolfo Perinat
8   The Material Practices of Ape Language Research 164
  William Mintz Fields, Pär Segerdahl, and Sue Savage-Rumbaugh
9   The End of Myths and Legends About the Biological and Cultural Evolution: A New View in the Knowledge on Hominid Paleo-Ethoecology 187
  Jordi Serrallonga
PART III:   FROM ORIENTATION TO MEANING
10   Acts of Psyche: Actuations as Synthesis of Semiosis and Action 205
  Alberto Rosa
11   Time and Movement in Symbol Formation 238
  Silvia Español
12   Object Use, Communication, and Signs: The Triadic Basis of Early Cognitive Development 257
  Cintia Rodríguez
13   Network of Meanings: A Theoretical-Methodological Perspective for the Investigation of Human Developmental Processes 277
  M. Clotilde Rossetti-Ferreira, Katia S. Amorim, and Ana Paula S. Silva
PART IV:   SYMBOLIC RESOURCES FOR THE CONSTITUTION OF EXPERIENCE
14   Dramaturgical Actuations and Symbolic Communication: Or How Beliefs Make Up Reality 293
  Alberto Rosa
15   Analysis of Cultural Emotion: Understanding of Indigenous Psychology for Universal Implications 318
  Sang-Chin Choi, Gyuseog Han, and Chung-Woon Kim
16   The Role of Symbolic Resources in Human Lives 343
  Tania Zittoun
17   Perpetual Uncertainty of Cultural Life: Becoming Reality 362
  Emily Abbey
18   Prayer and the Kingdom of Heaven: Psychological Tools for Directivity 373
  Pablo del Río and Amelia Álvarez
19   “Myself, the Project”: Sociocultural Interpretations of Young Adulthood 404
  Jeanette A. Lawrence and Agnes E. Dodds
PART V:   FROM SOCIETY TO THE PERSON THROUGH CULTURE
20   Apprenticeship in Conversation and Culture: Emerging Sociability in Preschool Peer Talk 423
  Michal Hamo and Shoshana Blum-Kulka
21   The Creation of New Cultures in Peer Interaction 444
  William A. Corsaro and Berit O. Johannesen
22   “Culture Has No Internal Territory”: Culture as Dialogue 460
  Eugene Matusov, Mark Smith, Maria Alburquerque Candela, and Keren Lilu
23   Cultural-Historical Approaches to Designing for Development 484
  Michael Cole and Yrjö Engeström
24   Money as a Cultural Tool Mediating Personal Relationships: Child Development of Exchange and Possession 508
  Toshiya Yamamoto and Noboru Takahashi
25   The Family: Negotiating Cultural Values 524
  Nandita Chaudhary
PART VI:   FROM SOCIAL CULTURE TO PERSONAL CULTURE
26   Culture and Social Representations 543
  Gerard Duveen
27   The Institutions Inside: Self, Morality, and Culture 560
  Piero Paolicchi
28   Identity, Rights, and Duties: The Illustrative Case of Positioning by Iran, the United States, and the European Union 576
  Fathali M. Moghaddam and Kathryn A. Kavulich
29   Symbolic Politics and Cultural Symbols: Identity Formation Between and Beyond Nations and States 591
  Ulf Hedetoft
30   The Dialogical Self: Social, Personal, and (Un)Conscious 608
  João Salgado and Miguel Gonçalves
PART VII:   MAKING SENSE OF THE PAST FOR THE FUTURE: MEMORY AND SELF-REFLECTION
31   Social and Cognitive Determinants of Collective Memory for Public Events 625
  Guglielmo Bellelli, Antonietta Curci, and Giovanna Leone
32   Collective Memory 645
  James V. Wertsch
33   Issues in the Socio-Cultural Study of Memory: Making Memory Matter 661
  David Middleton and Steven D. Brown
34   The Social Basis of Self-Reflection 678
  Alex Gillespie
General Conclusions: Socio-Cultural Psychology on the Move: Semiotic Methodology in the Making 692
  Alberto Rosa and Jaan Valsiner
Index 709

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