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[Xmca-l] Re: IRECE special issue on perezhivanie and subjectivity



THANKYOU Nelson and IRECE team. This publication special edition is very welcome indeed. 
Best wishes
Avis Ridgway PhD 


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> On 14 Jul 2016, at 9:55 PM, Nelson Mok <nelson.mok@monash.edu> wrote:
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> On behalf of the journal of International Research in Early Childhood
> Education (IRECE), I’m pleased to announce the publication of our first
> issue of the year, a special issue focusing on perezhivanie and
> subjectivity, guest edited by Daniel Goulart and myself.
> 
> This issue grew out of symposia and conversations between research groups
> within the Australia and Brazil ISCAR regions over the past three years,
> led by Marilyn Fleer, Nikolai Veresov, and Fernando González Rey.
> 
> 
> Access the issue here:
> http://arrow.monash.edu.au/vital/access/manager/Repository?exact=ss_dateNormalized:2016*&collection=monash:131008
> 
> 
> Contents:
> 
> 0. Mok & Goulart - Perezhivanie and subjectivity within a cultural-
> historical approach: Dialogues between Australia and Brazil [Guest editors’
> introduction to the special issue]
> 
> 1. Michell - Finding the “prism”: Understanding Vygotsky’s perezhivanie as
> an ontogenetic unit of child consciousness
> 
> 2. Fleer - An everyday and theoretical reading of perezhivanie for
> informing research in early childhood education
> 
> 3. Davis & Dolan - Contagious learning: Drama, experience and perezhivanie
> 
> 4. March & Fleer - Soperezhivanie: Dramatic events in fairy tales and play
> 
> 5. Adams - Young expatriate children forming friendships: A
> cultural-historical perspective
> 
> 6. Babaeff - Perezhivanija discovered through narrative analysis: Emotive
> and motivational foci in parent’s diverse heritage language and cultural
> sustaining in Australia
> 
> 7. Fleer, Adams, Gunstone, & Hao - Studying the landscape of families and
> children’s emotional engagement in science across cultural contexts
> 
> 8. González Rey & Mitjáns Martínez - Perezhivanie: Advancing on its
> implications for the cultural-historical approach
> 
> 9. Patiño & Goulart - Qualitative Epistemology: A scientific platform for
> the study of subjectivity from a cultural-historical approach
> 
> 10. Campolina & Mitjáns Martínez - The configuration of social subjectivity
> in an innovative educational institution in Brazil
> 
> 11. Bezerra & Costa - Subjectivity in education and health: Research notes
> on school learning area and physical education in mental health
> 
> 12. Coelho - Beyond perezhivanie, sense, and language: An empirical study
> of early childhood teachers’ subjective senses
> 
> 13. Mok - Commentary: Understanding and using perezhivanie and subjectivity
> 
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Nelson