RE: [XMCA] advice

From: Michael G. Levykh <mglevykh who-is-at>
Date: Fri Jun 20 2008 - 13:02:32 PDT

Thank you, Deborah!

According to the contents of the book and foreword (written by Mike Cole),
it looks like a very informative and down-to-earth book.


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We just finished teaching a class in cross-cultural communication where we
used Giuseppe Mantovani's "Exploring Boders" with great success.


On Fri, Jun 20, 2008 at 12:46 PM, Michael G. Levykh <>

> Dear All,
> Sorry for my self-served email, but I am in need of advice. I am in the
> process of compiling a courseware for a 2nd year undergrad course "Social
> Issues in Education." The topics I plan to cover: Race, Identity,
> Personality, and Values; Gender Role, Violence, Bullying; Cultural
> Diversity, Immigrants, Multiculturalism; Globalization, and Religion. I am
> looking for the names of any articles and chapters that would relate to
> Vygotsky's theory. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
> Sincerely,
> Michael Levykh,
> Sessional,
> Faculty of Education,
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Deborah Downing Wilson
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