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[Xmca-l] Re: Reading for Novices



Hello Henry, Bella, Larry, and Miguel!

Thanks one and all for your recommendations!

I should have asked for articles that are easily to find online too. There are a few in the texts offered, but if there are others, I am patiently hoping for others to point me to some articles if there are any you can think of.

I decided to list these out in one post for anyone who would like to see a list in one place of introductory texts:

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Introductory Texts for CHAT Novices
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- Martin, J. & Kirschner S., (2010), The Sociocultural Turn in Psychology

     The following articles appear in the title above:

     - Cole, M. & Gajdamashko, N., (2010), "Vygotsky and Context: Toward a Resolution"

     - Martin, J. & Kirschner, S., (2010), "The Sociocultural Turn in Psychology: An Introduction and an Invitation"

     - Stetsenko, A., & Arievitch, I. (2010), "Cultural-Historical Activity Theory: Foundational Worldview, Major Principles, and the Relevance of Sociocultural Context" 

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- Rogoff, B., (2013) Cultural Nature of Human Development

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- Vygotsky, L.S., (1978),  Mind in Society

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- Wertsch, J., (1988), Vygotsky and the Social Formation of Mind 

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- Yasnitsky, A., van der Veer, R., & Ferrari, M., (2014) The Cambridge Handbook of Cultural-Historical Psychology

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