I would like to second Eric's recomended review article. Great to work
beyond where we usually have our scrums.
On 10/17/06, ERIC.RAMBERG@spps.org <ERIC.RAMBERG@spps.org> wrote:
> Hello Jenny:
> I feel the need to suggest an excellent article that fails to get cited in
> CHAT based articles.
> Jaan Valsiner's " Process structure of semiotic mediation in human
> it appears in
> Human Development 2001; 44:84-97
> Briefly, Valsiner is outside of CHAT based on his focus of individual
> development rather than the development of cultural-historical signs or
> He writes in the abstract:
> "Much has been written about the role of signs-semiotic mediators- in
> psychology over recent decades. Usually more or less elaborate claims in
> favor of the importance of signs - semiotic mediators, words, 'voices',
> meanings - in human psychological worlds have been made [Cole, 1996;
> Shweder, 1995; Wertsch, 1991, 1998]. That importance is here taken for
> granted, and the questioin addressed moves beyond the discourse about the
> social nature of the human individual.
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