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



Hi Nelson, 

Thanks very much for sharing. It's great to see the fruition of the symposium and dialogues on this highly important and interesting topic. Looking forward to reading it with great interest. 

Kind regards, 

Kim

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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