Abstract is here:
I have the image format pdf.
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From: "deborah downing-wilson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> "Peter Smagorinsky has a good article on a student becoming a teacher, which
> uses chat, ..."
> Would someone please send me the full reference on that article?
> many thanks,
> On 7/25/06, bb <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hi Kevin,
> > In reply to your question, here is something both short and long. On my
> > hard drive I've found an article by Engestrom that seems to go in the right
> > direction -- I actually dislike doing this because its really not a very
> > cohesive and personal response to you, but on the other hand the article
> > seems highly relevant and, having upgraded my workstation OS to fedora core
> > 5, getting it to talk correctly to an exchange server is taking up unplanned
> > time.
> > Yrjo's work on tensions in multiple systems of activity is in his Learning
> > by Expanding, located somewhere on the MCA/lchc web site. Several years ago
> > I did a study which used his approach of historical analysis of multiple
> > systems, recognizing tensions in and between them to look at the
> > simaltaneous development of a person and her contexts. Peter Smagorinsky
> > has a good article on a student becoming a teacher, which uses chat, but
> > not, as I recall, with multiple systems. Peter's or Yrjo's article might
> > be a good place to extend discussion of the issues I think you raise in your
> > paper, although neither has the same focus on language that your paper
> > has. But then Gordon Wells has a couple articles on activity systems and
> > language, which might bridge the gap.
> > bb
> > bb
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