I have contacted Carolyn and asked for her clearance, and also whether
she might be willing to field any questions that may emerge in the
discussion. I posted the paper in haste, however I was under the
impression that small parts of books for academic purposes were okay to
use in this way (legally, that is)...correct me if I'm wrong.
Mike wrote: an important place to look for work that links Bernstein
Ruqaiya Hasan has written several papers in this area...I'll post some
On May 22, 2004, at 2:00 AM, Mike Cole wrote:
> Thanks to those who guided me into downloading the chapter. I am still
> that we have no confirmation that this is ok with Panofsky.
> there is lots to discuss here, Phil. but right off the absence of the
> of Harry Daniels points to an important place to look for work that
> links Bernstein and Vygotsky.
> And, re the discussion of Marxism that Steve, Victor, and others are
> conducting, I wonder what to think of the notion of psychological super
> structure. That terminology is reminiscent of the first chapter of
> Psychology of Art, where Vygotsky uses (I believe) Plekhanov's version
> of Marxism that uses the base-superstructure distinction.
> To all interested in current Russian discussions about activity theory
> recommend checking out the march-april 2004 issue of J of Russian and
> East European psychology where many relevant issues are discussed by
> who could either write in a Marxist idiom previously or not work.
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