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[Xmca-l] Re: intersubjectivity and perspective taking, po russkii

Dear Mike
I would like to help, but I do not see the question not seeing the paper.
Point of view is точка зрения
while in translations of Piagetian context "perspective" is used for being
able to see from a different point of view (other person)

Sincerely yours Bella Kotik-Friedgut

On Fri, Nov 29, 2013 at 8:21 PM, mike cole <lchcmike@gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Russian experts on XMCA
> I have been reading about the development of intersubjectivity and
> perspective taking, including an article by scholars who say they are
> working in the "sociocultural perspective." It got me to wondering how
> Russian scholars discuss these topics. No Russians are cited in the work I
> am reading, but Mead and
> Piaget.
> When looking at suggested translations into Russian from English for these
> terms, the cognate
> perspectiv seems to appear almost everywhere. The phrase for "point of
> view" is literally that,
> tochka-point  zreniya-seeing, genetive case.
> I figure I am blind to something obvious here, but darned if I know what it
> is. Any help out there??
> mike
> P
> S-- Eugene wrote an interesting article in MCA a while back on
> intersubjectivity and there are Vygotsky
> refs but they do not seem to go to the question I am asking. Perhaps its
> just my bad question!